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Peugeot Scooters: 2,000 miles of free fuel

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"Peugeot is celebrating the arrival of its 100 mile per gallon Vivacity Sixties scooter by offering to cover the cost of fuel for the first 2000 miles equivalent to free fuel for a year for most ride… Read More
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
"Peugeot is celebrating the arrival of its 100 mile per gallon Vivacity Sixties scooter by offering to cover the cost of fuel for the first 2000 miles equivalent to free fuel for a year for most riders*"

"The offer is remarkably simple. Peugeot has calculated that, based on average mileage and fuel consumption figures, it would be possible to run a Vivacity scooter for up to 12 months on 100 litres of fuel. Therefore anyone buying a new Vivacity Sixties scooter between now and 30th June will receive a cheque from Peugeot for £120, sufficient to buy 100 litres of unleaded petrol.
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#1
who the hell only does 2000 miles a year! average mileage is 8,000+
#2
the bike costs about £1,700
#3
MadBob
who the hell only does 2000 miles a year! average mileage is 8,000+


if you just pop out to get the sunday papers
#4
utter cack

My C90 used to be better than that on fuel, used to cost 90pence to fill her and would last a whole week running about..

French rubbish
#5
MadBob
who the hell only does 2000 miles a year! average mileage is 8,000+


On a scooter?
#6
MadBob
who the hell only does 2000 miles a year! average mileage is 8,000+


Commuters who would only use a scooter in summer ?
#7
This French piece of crap will only last 2k miles thats why, Then it will need a rebuild
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MadBob
who the hell only does 2000 miles a year! average mileage is 8,000+


http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:4YodLv-is1qxXM:http://divolicious.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/super-fat-man-on-a-scooter.jpg

This guy, and the poor bike struggled very slowly all the way! :roll:
#9
jonny619447
http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:4YodLv-is1qxXM:http://divolicious.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/super-fat-man-on-a-scooter.jpg

This guy, and the poor bike struggled very slowly all the way! :roll:


lol
Does my arse look big on this ?
#10
2,000 miles a year well low I do more that on my bike and thats a weekend toy

shame i don't get 100mpg off mine, lucky to get 25 mpg, well guess engine is 20 times bigger lol
#11
crazylegs
utter cack

My C90 used to be better than that on fuel, used to cost 90pence to fill her and would last a whole week running about..

French rubbish


But 90p worth of fuel then would cost you £5+ now!!
#12
crazylegs
utter cack

My C90 used to be better than that on fuel, used to cost 90pence to fill her and would last a whole week running about..

French rubbish


You could FILL the tank for 90p? Must've been a long time ago, are you sure it wasn't 90d (or 7/6d)?

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