Written on: 19/07/2012 by Mi55Behaviour (8 reviews written)
I absolutely love my Vivacity. I've been using it for getting around town for 2 months now and I can't understand how I ever managed without it! I don't have much experience of scooters (a few rentals on holiday in Spain prior to this), but I would say that it's pretty nippy and very very comfy. There's bags of room under the seat too which will take my whole weekly shop with room for more. I'm sure that there probably better/quicker bikes out there, but for a novice like me this is the... (read more)
Written on: 12/04/2012
i have a 2001 peugeot vivacity and recently tryed to bypass my fuse to see if my startin motor was buggered, which blew front and back light took the wire out and blew another 2 bulbs, so i replace them again and know my headlight blew again, just cleaned the earth wires and regulators up to see if this is the problem if not do anyone know what it could be, i'm seeing peoples review on these bikes mine do's 40-50mph, with just replacing the exhaust to a stage 6 and rollers (read more)
Written on: 13/03/2012 by pigglet444
Hello, i have recently just purchsed a vivacity 50cc moped (2003). i baught it for £400 and it runs really well. i havent filled it up with fuel yet as ive only baught it recently. it has a seperate fuel and oil place but the oil looks like it could be 2 stroke oil. it smokes alot more than others. (could be because its old?) email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you know anything like if its 4 stroke or 2 stroke. thanks (read more)
Written on: 30/10/2011
had new moped for two months and the exhaust blow.took 5 days to get new part,got it fitted and within a fortnight it went again,this time they tied it with a plastic tie and it is still holding at the moment.Next thing that went was the plastic below where you put your feet, started to crack.Got in touch with Peugeot in Madrid and they were totally unhelpful saying it was my fault,which I know that it was not as I am of the older generation .Would not recommend this bike at all. (read more)
Written on: 13/10/2011 by dougylaa
i bought my peugeot vivacity 2 months ago and i have only had it on the road once. i payed £150 for the bike and replaced the cdi and it worked for an hour and the it died i took it home and took it apart and i needed a new piston and kickstart gears and pinion the piston is on the bike. the quality of the kickstart gear and pinion is so badcpinions teeth and sheered of. hhopefully the bike will work if not its guna bee living in the shed for alot longer (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2011
I have recently bought a Vivacity and absolutely love it.
I don't have my CBT yet and am currently just practicing on it.
it's a great little bike, cheap to fill, goes for miles and isn't as loud as other scooters i've heard.
I payed £325 for mine and would definately reccommend it to family and friends.
I am only 5 foot 2 and feel really comfortable on the scooter although i do have to get off the seat to move the bike backwards (lol).
Other than that perfect first scooter. (read more)
Written on: 29/03/2011
stay away from this 2 stroke! have been riding these scooters for over 6 months and have already gone through three - soon to be 4 as the scooter is leaking fuel all over the place due to cheap faulty parts.
when it works it is good, clocking 37-40mph on a flat straight, the only problem is that it hardly ever works as it generally spends more time getting fixed than on the road which isnt good as i commute daily.
found out they are actually built under license in china? explains cheap... (read more)
Written on: 26/03/2011 by RyanTowers (1 review written)
Brought my Vivacity 2 weeks ago brand new 11 plate cost me £1,100.
Very nippy for a 50cc as many people have already said, Would definitely recommend this bike too all 16 year old's or any learners, I'm 16 now and have only been riding approximately 2 weeks and have already done 300 miles.
Very comfortable and very easy bike too learn on, Haven't had 1 problem too date, Also amazing amounts of space being able too fit a XL full face helmet under the seat and a half face helmet in the 2nd... (read more)
Written on: 03/03/2011
I bought a vivacity 50cc because I thought it would savce me money. It did on the insurance, just £90 a year fully comp from Express Insurance.
However the bike has spent more time in the garage than out on the road. I have had it for 2 months and in that time ridden it just 5 hours before it breaks down again and needs to be taken back to the garage.
The seat height is rather high too, especially if oyu are 5ft 5" like me lol.
Personally I would say stay clear of these 2 stroke monsters.... (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2010
I brought my Vivacity about one month ago and all signs are good :) Ive had no problems and the performance of the bike is very good. I say this because my bike is just d-restricted and reaches 50mph. also another plus point is miles to the gallon does about 60-80 miles and only cost £4 a full tank.
Overall a very good first time moped and i would adversive anyone to get one (read more)
Written on: 19/04/2010
the moped only breaks down in the rain because the rear wheel doesnt have a mudgard to stop the water getting onto the spark plug. to solve this i got a milk carton and gut it in half and then cable tied it on to the bikes spark plug sprayed it with wd40 and then it works fine, i can garentee that this wil work and then if not u might need a new HT lead becuase it might have a whole in it and as soon as water gets init it cuts out then engine. hope this is god enough info for u .. (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2010
Well under powered ,not as good as other 50cc'c like the Yamaha aerox or the Speedfight,but after saying that it does seem to keep on going & it's a good scooter for a 16 year old to learn on (read more)
Written on: 02/03/2010
The bike at first doesn't seem very good but it actually has a lot of potential. When i derestricted it it ran at about 45-49mph...I know people who had to put sports parts on their bikes to achieve those sorts of speeds...now that I've put a sports exhaust 19 carb and mertakit sports variator it goes about 65-73mph and I'm thinking about putting in a 70cc cylinder. Someone mentioned how it breaks down whenever it rains...this is true..anyone know why? (read more)
Written on: 08/02/2010
rijd fantastisch goed mijne is 3 jaar oud was het weer niet zo slecht in belgie dan ging ik elke dag met de brommer werken ik zou geen andere willen hebben is wel niet opgefokt (read more)
Written on: 07/12/2009
amazing bike i just passed my C.B.T. and started riding and i would recommend this bike to anyone.
i paid £800 from a dealer and i would pay it all over again because in 6 weeks i have put 500 miles on the clock and could do loads more .
this bike would be good for a new rider as it handles easily and is reliable, mine is still restricted so 35mph top whack but derestricted i know people that have had them up to 70mph so amazing oil round bike. (read more)
Written on: 04/12/2009
Well had it 2 weeks and it broke, cdi box,coil broked on me,wasnt happy getting a present from family then breaks, Only 30mph standard then put a TT pipe on does 50mph wtf...
does anyone know why it hate rain, keep breaking down?????????? sucking in the water.... (read more)
Written on: 17/10/2009
I bought a peugeot vivacity for £150 it was well worth the money.Its a very quick bike and i would love to have anothere one. only thing thats gone wrong with it was the fuel tap has broke but cheap and eas repair (read more)
Written on: 28/08/2009
i have a vivacity 50 i have rid a lot of m8s moped and none of then are as good as the vivacity, it is very fast for a 50cc it is cheap 2 run aroud on it is a very good bike if u want a 50cc this is what u should get!!! (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2009
i have had Peugeot Vivacity 50 for 2 months and runs perfecty.its even faster than my friends speedfite 2 wicch has been tuned (read more)
Written on: 01/05/2009 by 796andrew (1 review written)
i have an 02 plate and my Peugeot Vivacity 50 runs like a dream . its a nice size not to small like some scooters . it has got a nice smooth ride so that you can relax and just have fun riding . the seat is a nice size for a pillion passenger . just hope the new style is as good as the old one but the new light on the front dont look that good (read more)
Written on: 29/12/2008 by buzzmaverick (1 review written)
I've had my 2001 Peugeot Vivacity for only 2 months but for 5 weeks of that it's been in the garage. I am aware some of the faults are due to it having been off-road for 2 years but others just occuring during use
1. Leaking fuel, wasn't leaking when I picked it up, but after first fill up petrol going everywhere, apparently carb/float/valve were screwed, so had to get them replaced.
2. Rattles... I can hear a really irrtating rattle when riding above and beyond the normal whine of a 50cc... (read more)
Written on: 28/09/2008
Excellent bike. Absolutely brilliant scooter, this is my first scooter and i honestly wouldn't of got a different scooter, my mates have a Suzuki AY50 and Piaggio NRG and it beats them for acceleration easily and there bikes have sports exhausts and are derestricted where as mine is standard and resrticted. (read more)
Written on: 24/06/2008 by dermots
The worst buy of my life. Bought brand new, oil leaks at 500 miles, Battery dead at 1500, Engine ceased at 3000 miles, shop find no reason why as they see it is well kept.and know me well. 500 'to fix new engine parts.
Major disappointed guy!
Surely a fault in the bike but nobody wants to know. (read more)
Written on: 17/04/2008
Due to the oil problem but its grat ride comfort i would give this a 5 but would still like to know if the same oil problem happened any other owners! (read more)
Written on: 11/04/2008
I have had my Peugeot Vivacity for about 1 year now I find if quite fast beats yamaha neos and speedfight, nrg I have racing rollers and a leo vince zx pipe and stage 6 drive belt makes it go bit faster had it derisked and it goes 45-50 quite fast but the only things is when I go up hills it goes 40 mph not that bad tho great first bike. (read more)
Written on: 02/04/2008
I have a Peugeot vivacity scooter and it goes fast. I have the big one sports exhaust and it is fully de-restricted with sports rollers nice ride. (read more)
Written on: 30/01/2008 by vivacity1
Had this scooter three years purchased at 2,500 kms now done 15,000 klms runs great deristricted does 80 klms per hour approx. I weigh 85 kilograms and it handles my weight easily only has required basic servicing but has blown its exhaust but has not affected performance so I have not replaced it live in Australia in Adelaide so no mot required in my hometown. (read more)
Written on: 30/01/2008
This is my fist legal bike and its alright I would recommend it to anyone. Its quite good of the mark its beaten all my mates scooters even a derestricted speedfighter. One tip I have always make sure tha oil is topped up my mate did tha mistake and now is bike less anyways very good bike just waiting to get a sports exghaust then im up for a race. (read more)
Written on: 15/01/2008 by Anogonda
Have been a proud owner through the time where by moped friends owners put loads of money into there's, whilst i had no trouble with engine period. (read more)
Written on: 13/01/2008 by deanpuff
I have a Peugeot Vivacity xrace. I have fully desisted it goes about 60mph I got racing rollers leo vince racing exhaust zx new stage 6 drive belt. I like the bike now it's fast. (read more)
Written on: 06/09/2007 by rapture (1 review written)
Great choice for a first bike. I paid £1600. For the Silversport model.
Has chrome footplates.
NRG spark plugs
All standard on Silversport range. (read more)
Written on: 30/03/2007 by DonJon (1 review written)
I have owned my Peugeot Vivacity compact 50 scooter for about a year now, and the first thing that springs to mind when I think of it is the nippiness of the thing. It will do 50 quite happily once de-restricted, although going against the wind or up even the slightest hill (I live in the fens so I know when the road is not level) will reduce the speed down to about 40.
The second thing that springs to mind is the strength of the scooter, although some panels feel a bit tacky.
I had a... (read more)
Written on: 05/03/2007 by lennox (1 review written)
Would be a very good bike if it would run properly! (read more)
Written on: 11/10/2006 by charlieflecther (3 reviews written)
Having ridden the Peugeot Vivacity 50 moped for over a year, I have found it to be a very safe and useful piece of kit. I would now like to sell it as I have moved on to a bigger bike. I wonder what it could sell for. (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2006 by samc89 (1 review written)
The Peugeot Vivacity is a great first bike, easy to control, a real confidence builder but overall costs make it quite an expensive bit of kit.
Costs so far
3rd Party insurance £200
New Panels and lights (unless written off) £430
Total = £1610
A loveable bike which when off the road for 5 weeks in the winter I really missed (carburettor knackered)
Takes an awful lot to stop it (even used it for ferrying sandbags when the place I worked at was flooding... (read more)
Written on: 06/02/2006 by liddle
I have had no problems with my Peugeot Vivacity 50 scooter and I am the second owner. It went through the MOT with no problems. It is a reliabe scooter. (read more)
Written on: 30/11/2005 by copeland (1 review written)
We have had the Peugeot Vivacity 50 scooter from new and it is 5 months old from the day it came from the showroom it has suffered from starting problems. When trying to use the electric start it just cranks over and over and over and over again without firing up but if you use the kick start then it will fire on the 1st or the 2nd kick (read more)
Written on: 03/10/2005 by darren hall (1 review written)
I brought a brand new Peugot Vivacity sportline because of its class looks and it is a lot better built than any other moped on the market. I also find it stands out a lot better more than any of the usual Speedfights and Yamaha neos! and so far I am loving it! The only problem is that it is still restricted to 30 and I am lookin into derestricting it. I would like to get a sports exhaust but as it has a catalyst I'm not sure if I can! Anyone got any tips? (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2005 by williamsonavivacity (1 review written)
I have had no problems yet with my Peugeot Vivacity 50 Scooter, touch wood, the only reason I brought it was because it was virtually brand new and cheap! Only fault is on cold mornings! Has anybody had theirs done up or derestricted? If so do you have any tips and what sort of speed are you hitting now? Please reply. (read more)
Written on: 18/04/2005 by Magpie13 (1 review written)
My wife selected this Peugeot Vivacity 50 Scooter due to its good looks! Within 3 months it had to have a new carburettor and by Xmas 2004, it had been in and out of the dealers on several occasions to have fuel problems sorted out without any real success. The dealers were brilliant and have eventually replaced the carbs again, cleaned them out on several occasions but we are still experiencing problems now (Feb 05).... I would not reccommend this scooter to anyone else. (read more)
Written on: 09/10/2004 by hannah001 (1 review written)
Only had the Peugeot Vivacity 50 scooter for four months, but no problems so far. I've been told that the electric start sometimes won't work in rain and cold, but I have had no problems as yet with this facility and the kick-start adds an extra solution should the electric start fail. Fuel consumption is minimal, and this machine gets me to and from work every day without fail (- darn). Nippy and stylish for a scooter and it's quick and easy to learn how to ride. (read more)
Written on: 19/07/2004 by alisonbcrawford (1 review written)
I bought my Peugeot Vivacity 50 Scooter 2 years ago and now HAVE to replace it. After having the bike stolen and recovered, I discovered that the parts are very expensive to replace. Bodywork is soo expensive that only a few panels costs more than the entire bike to replace. Now after only moderate use, I'm having to buy a new bike as it's not worth paying to replace worn-out parts as they are so expensive and can take a while to get hold of (although that might be down to my dealer). OK... (read more)