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Written on: 28/12/2015 by glenn83 (1 review written)
I got this scooter a few months ago, boy I it good. Mine is a 1999 model with low mileage,I had to change the headlight as the bracket had cracked. This one has disc front and drum rear, cruises at 60 - 65 but got 75mph going down hill on A3. Headlight with standard 35/35 W bulb is poor especially on fast A roads and B roads with no street lights, unfortunately not suitable for H4 bulb on this older model. I just done a 260 mile non stop trip, no complaints from the bike and only minimal… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/07/2013 by chunuk (1 review written)
After much reading, decided on elyseo 125, great scoot, does the job well, use it on all roads, even m6, m5, good road presence from size. All clocks work, its a 1999, in racing green !!!! verdict, well recommended… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2013 by ToneEssex (1 review written)
At the age of 64 next birthday and still having to work i got fed up to the back teeth with the unreliable train service not to mention the cost of the season ticket, so I took my test and got a 2nd hand (2006) Peugeot Elyseo from an even older rider. He decided to hang up his leathers at the age of 84. I was in truth apprehensive riding daily into London as I usually drive a Land Rover Disco and here I am now on a little 125cc scooter! but hey it's great my own space and it feels bigger than… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/12/2011 by Zoid (1 review written)
Bought a very low mileage 2004 example. Have been used to scoots like the Vespa ET4 and Honda C90 ( Classic!)as well as much larger bikes. The Elyseo feels like bigger bike than a 125 in many ways - its also has very smooth and fluid handling and great brakes ( Discs front and back) Lots of room under the seat and a torquey engine. Knocks the socks of the ET4 which feels primative and very " italian" in comparison! If you are thinking about one - you wont be disapointed! Tops out about 60 mph… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/11/2008 by reviewmole (3 reviews written)
If you want a good solid commuter Scooter that can cruise at around 60 mph, with a top speed of around 65 mph. Then this has to be on your short list. Has much in common with other Scoots with the same 125 leader engine fitted, but build quality in my opinion is high. Comfortable with good weather protection, and if you are a bit loopy (like me) fine for the Motorway (at around 65mph). I do 100 mile round trips about once a fortnight and other than boredom setting in, is fine. For a more… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/03/2008
My favourite scooter. Good economical engine, good acceleration and great front wheel brake,lots of space under the seat and beautiful design… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2004 by Campsie Lad (2 reviews written)
After hiring a scooter on holiday, I decided to buy one, for some fun, and as a cheap commuting alternative to the car in summer. I bought the Peugeot Elyseo 125P at two years old and with 6000kms. on the clock; I have covered 9000kms. in the last 2 and a half years, and still love riding it.
It handles well, will do 70 flat out, and returns nearly 100MPG. There is enough room for a full-face helmet under the saddle, and a hook under the handlebars for a small carrier bag.
Security is good… Read Full Review
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