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The French manufacturer Peugeot is one of the most prestigious brands in the auto and motorcycle industry. Being the world’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer, Peugeot motorcycle has been leading the pack with futuristic innovations and design ingenuity. Just like its lion emblem, the company’s bravery has been proven to be true having withstood difficult economic times.

The success of Peugeot dates back to 1810, in Sochaux, France, during the tenure of Napoleon’s Empire. The family-owned business started by manufacturing pepper, salt, and coffee grinders as well as bicycles. 1989 marked the official start of Peugeot as a car and motorcycle manufacturer in France. In the same year, the company dazzled the masses at the Automobile Exhibition with its first-ever motorcycle, which had a Dion-Bouton engine. However, the firm didn’t put it into production. With a motorcycle industry that was then beginning to gain traction, Peugeot was inspired by the Werner Brothers’ motobicyclette. What followed was superb engineering by the company, producing the trailblazing Peugeot 500 M in 1914. It was a unique machine which had a dual overhead camshaft engine with an astounding 500 cc.

The 1930s were some of the heydays the business has ever witnessed. Production was in full gear and sales were over the roof. The firm also stunned the world with yet another monumental creation, the Peugeot P110. In 1962, Peugeot made another bold move by fully absorbing Automoto, which was one of the leading bicycle and motorcycle companies in France.

In 2016, Peugeot made a short-lived comeback in the motorsport world having won the twin-cylinder category of the maiden Isle of Man TT races in 1907. Peugeot teamed up with its parent company Mahindra in the Moto3 races. With John McPhee as Peugeot’s rider, the firm managed to win its first-ever Grand Prix in Brno, which was also McPhee’s first victory. In 2017, the Mahindra Group decided to focus on FIA Formula E, a decision that resulted in team Peugeot-Mahindra withdrawing from MotoGP.

In 2019, Mahindra acquired 100% ownership of Peugeot Motorcycle after being the majority shareholder with a controlling stake of 51% since 2014. Today, the firm continues to make various tantalizing motorcycle and scooter models including the Metropolis 3-Wheeled scooter and the infamous Django.


PEUGEOT 1918 - 1935 2
PEUGEOT Geopolis 2000 - present 1
PEUGEOT Looxor 2002 - present 1
PEUGEOT V-Clic 2005 - present 1
PEUGEOT VOGS2 2005 - present 1
PEUGEOT Speedfight 2000 - present 1
PEUGEOT Elystar 2000 - present 1
PEUGEOT Satelis 2000 - present 1
PEUGEOT Ludix 2004 - present 1
PEUGEOT BLASTER 2008 - present 1
PEUGEOT XR6 2000 - present 1
PEUGEOT XP6 2006 - present 1
PEUGEOT Elyseo 2000 - 2007 1
PEUGEOT Vivacity 2002 - present 1

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