March 24 2006.

Peugeot has introduced a highly specified and stylish new 125cc motorcycle that is designed to appeal to the growing numbers of young learner riders - the UK's best-selling bike in 2005 was a 125cc learner-legal machine). 
The new XPS CT125 is a full-sized motorcycle that takes its styling cues from enduro machines, but is built to handle the rigours of the urban jungle.  Most people associate the French manufacturer with cars and scooters, but Peugeot built their first motorcycle over 100 years ago. 
The CT125 combines the looks of a modern enduro bike with road tyres. Offering light weight and wide bars, the new Peugeot is ideally suited to novice riders as they are easy to handle, particularly on congested urban streets. 
A Yamaha-derived 125cc 4-stroke engine, housed in a modern alloy beam frame, powers the CT125.  The front forks are 36mm diameter Paioli items, holding a 19" front wheel with a 240mm disc brake. At the rear is a Paioli mono shock that holds a 17" wheel and 200mm disc brake. Overall weight is an easily manageable 104 KG and the fuel tank has a 7L capacity (1 ½ gallons) - plenty for such a frugal engine. 
The Peugeot XPS CT125 will sell  for £2,599 OTR in Metal Black and Blue Star colour schemes.  A two-year warranty is included for peace of mind and a competitive insurance scheme is provided by long-term insurance partner MCE.

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