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Beirut, February 5th, 2015: RYMCO Powersports, the exclusive distributor of Kawasaki, Peugeot Scooters, Sw-Motech motorbike accessories, Spidi gear and Nolan Helmets in Lebanon, announced today the launch of its new classic line of Peugeot scooters to the market in an entertaining event at RYMCO Powersports showroom in Mathaf with the presence of media representatives,journalists and automotive experts. Over 200 guests attended the event and had the chance to take a close look at the appealing models of Peugeot scooters while enjoying a live painting of the talented Miriam Hatem. For those who love to stand out from the crowd, RYMCO Powersports provides an answer of6 letters: Django. From the outset, it has been designed to provide scooters lovers with many choices so that they find the Django that most closely corresponds to their needs and desires. The Django scooter seems to want to re-write history more than half a century later: a history of style. The modern scooter project itself firmly like a flagship with its 12" wheels, its extended body, inviting dashboard and upholstery, flat foot-board and numerous storage compartments.The Django plays with contrast, its retro style opposing the resolutely modern equipment. With efficient and economical engines,RYMCO Powersports offers the Django in four styles: The Allure, the Sport, the Evasion with 150cc in addition tothe Heritage with 125. “We are very proud to provide this distinguished new line of Peugeot scooters to the Lebanese market, and we are confident that the new Django models will definitely stand out with its trendy style and outstanding performance. RYMCO Powersports, as always, is committed to deliver the best riding experience and professional after sale services to its clientele” said Makram Rasamny,the Brand Manager of RYMCO Powersports, during the event. While undeniably retro the Django comes with authentic design that is both high-tech and practical, it is perfectly adapted to daily travel on the Lebanese urban streets and aimed at attracting young, male and female clientele with a sense of fashion, seeking an easy stylish way of travel.