The Peugeot PM-01 300 contains a 292.4cc single cylinder engine that is liquid-cooled and fuel injected, which allows the bike to have 29 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and 23 Nm (17 ft-lbs) of torque at 7,000 rpm. The six-speed transmission sends power from the engine to the rear wheel. When compared to other bikes in its class -such as the Honda CB300R or BMW G 310 R - the PM-01 300 has similar power capabilities.
With the 17-inch tires - 110/70 at the front and 150/60 at the rear - and a weight of 162 kg (37 lbs), the Peugeot PM-01 300 should be nicely agile and suitable for both the urban jungle and overland curves.
Peugeot PM-01 300
The fuel tank on the naked bike can hold 12.5-liters, which will last a while given that the power output is small. Anodized gold inverted front forks give the bike a more premium look. The rear monoshock is preload-adjustable, and the bike has dual-channel ABS as standard. It comes with front and rear disc brakes measuring 280 and 240 millimeters respectively.
Some of the great features on this bike include full-LED lighting and a unique headlight design. You'll also appreciate the full-color TFT display that shows you all sorts of info and ride stats. Plus, it has a modern look that's sure to turn heads.
Though we don't yet know how much it will cost or when it will be available, the Peugeot PM-001 300 looks like it could roll off production any day now.
In 2019, Mahindra fully acquired Peugeot Motocycles. The brand is primarily known for its wide range of scooters that come in different sizes and classes. Therefore, the motorcycle's debut will be a significant moment for the company.