Known as the oldest manufacturer of scooters, Peugeot has been around since 1898, and it is now over 120 years old. Fast forward to now, and the French company has since changed its logo, rebranded, and refocused to be upmarket. The brand returned to the "Peugeot Motorcycles" name following the rebrand along with a modernized logo that still features a lion. An alternate logo of the brand doesn't feature the lion's head but instead features the brand's shield logo.
Peugeot Motocycles Philippines was officially launched in the Philippines on July 24, 2022, under Motostrada which also holds the distributorship to other brands like MV Agusta and CFMOTO. The first model to be introduced by Motostrada in the Philippine market was the Peugeot Django 150i. The scooter was initially available in up to six colors with the two-tone variants topping the price list.
The Peugeot brand primarily deals with scooters and three-wheelers that are meant to perform exceptionally well in the city. Other than the Django 150i, the brand also has nameplates like the Pulsion maxi scooter, the Tweet, the Metropolis three-wheeler, as well as a selection of electric motorcycles under the E-Ludix nameplate.