Pre-orders open for Peugeot XP400

Peugeot Motorcycles are set to introduce their XP400 to the Australian market this coming Spring. Offering a unique blend of innovation and style, it will be priced from $15,690 ride away as a special introductory offer.

Available in two variants, the Allure and GT, pre-orders are now open ahead of its arrival down under. An exquisite French creation, the XP400 features a 400cc engine that offers 26.5kW of power and 38.1Nm of torque.

It features a raised dashboard with a full colour TFT screen, with integrated connectivity and i-Connect technology. Linked to the Peugeot Motorcycles app, it provides turn-by-turn guidance, journey details, and SMS notifications, enhancing both comfort and safety.

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The XP400 Allure, is the tarmac-focused version, and is available in Aurora Satin or Matt Black. It sports a two-tone body, adjustable transparent windshield, and aluminium footboard. It’s priced at $15,690 ride away.

The all-terrain friendly XP400 GT, a uniquely styled version that embodies the essence of versatility and adventure, features a smoked windscreen, high-end suspension, spoked wheels, and off-road tires. It’s priced at $15,990 ride away.

2023 Peugeot XP400 GT
2023 Peugeot XP400 GT

The GT can be had in Shark Grey or Snow White. The 2023 Peugeot XP400 range also offers peace of mind with a 2-year unlimited kilometre warranty and 2-years roadside assistance.

You can pre-order by visiting and selecting either the Allure or GT. For further information contact your local Peugeot dealer.

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