Peugeot Pulsion 125 Allure / RS


Make Model

Peugeot Pulsion 125 Allure / RS




Four stroke, single cylinder


125 cc / 7.6 cu in

Cooling System

Liquid cooled
Ignition EFI



Max Power

10.9 kW / 14.6 hp @11000 rpm
Max Torque 11.9 Nm / 1.2 kgf-m /  2.7 lb-ft @ 7000 rpm


CVT Automatic

Final Drive

Frame Steel Tubular

Front Suspension

Hydraulic telescopic forks

Rear Suspension

Dual shocks

Front Brakes

Singe hydraulic disc, ABS

Rear Brakes

Singe hydraulic disc, ABS
Wheels 14 in


1435 mm / 56.5 in

Seat Height

790 mm / 31.1 in

Wet Weight

165 kg / 364 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

12 Litres / 3.1 US gal / 2.6 Imp gal
Fuel Consumption 2.9 L/100 km / 81.1 US mpg / 97.4 Imp mpg (claimed)

Distinction between Allure and RS:


Allure - High adjustable screen, support for a top box and i-Connect connectivity.

RS - Two tone paint, uncovered handlebars, shorter (but still adjustable) windscreen and INOX footrest.


A  unique  design  showing  right  away it  belongs  to  the  Peugeot  family,  with  particular  attention  to details, including its analog speedometer and tachometer, the hands and the reverse rev-counter of which echo those on the Peugeot 308 car.  Peugeot  Pulsion  features  a  contemporary  and  sporty  silhouette,  with  energetic  proportions  and crafted style. An urban GT with a strong personality.   Sharp, precise and muscular lines sublimate the front of the scooter. The vents provide a sporty tone and highlight the full LED projectors. Black and chrome masks structure the optics for a sharp look. The  “lion’s  canines”  LED  lights  signature  design,  introduced  on  the  new  508  car,  is  recognizable among all.  The checkerboard air intake grille with chrome inserts also pays homage to the Peugeot family DNA.   The  “3  claws”  LED  taillights  design  captivate  and  surprise.  Their  crystalline  rendering,  their transparency and their 3-dimensional effect make them true jewels of technology. Lit by day and by night, these luminous signatures are directly inspired by the Peugeot Instinct concept car and found on the latest Automobiles Peugeot cars.  All these stylistic details put Peugeot Pulsion in the lineage of the last born of the Peugeot family. Finally, the wheels equipped with diamond rims, a carved windshield, and crafted footrests highlight a sharp musculature, and give Peugeot Pulsion a bold style.

Take your place on the Peugeot Pulsion, the new urban GT from Peugeot Motocycles. The Peugeot Pulsion is highly innovative, well-connected scooter offering all of the comfort and safety of a two-wheeler that is perfectly in tune with its time.


The Pulsion is the first model in the range to feature our integrated i-Connect® technology, inspired by the Peugeot i-Cockpit. This provides you with a unique and safe urban driving experience.


Peugeot Motocycles is the first manufacturer to offer Daytime Running Lights on the two-wheeler segment for maximum safety day and night.  ABS  brakes,  associated  with  combined  braking,  also  provides  unprecedented  performance  in  this segment. Driving is facilitated with the acceleration on the right hand and braking only on the left hand.  As another innovation of Peugeot Motocycles, Peugeot Pulsion features automatic warning signals activation in case of emergency braking, introduced on the new Peugeot Metropolis in 2017.

Compact handlebars

Driving with your arms closer to your body reduces the range of movement needed for manoeuvres, which in turn improves responsiveness and agility, while also creating a more relaxed driving position.


Drive with your head held high

The raised dashboard allows you to see driving information without taking your eyes off the road, thereby allowing you to concentrate on your route. This ergonomic position also increases safety by limiting fatigue.


Mobile application and connectivity

Connect your smartphone to your Peugeot Pulsion(1) and use the colour TFT screen to read your messages while stationary, receive calls and discretely display the GPS on your dashboard (GPS via the mobile Here Wego(2) application).