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Old 11-05-2019, 07:31 AM
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newbee here....will be buying a cart soon....thought i wanted 4 seater so visitors could go for a ride....but some said go rent a 4 seater if company is coming.......please give advice.........thanks
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Old 11-05-2019, 07:37 AM
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We have one of each. We use the two seater for golf but use the four seater for tooling around and shopping (and guests). More room for groceries under back seat. We also upgraded seats on 4 seater for comfort.

If we had to own only one, it would be a four seater. Gives more flexibility.
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I would agree with that advice. We were really gun-ho about a 4 seater but found it was not as needed as much as we thought. Much easier to rent the size cart you need.
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We have one of each. We use the two seater for golf but use the four seater for tooling around and shopping (and guests). More room for groceries under back seat. We also upgraded seats on 4 seater for comfort.

If we had to own only one, it would be a four seater. Gives more flexibility.
Same here. 4 seater is great for shopping.
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We bought a 2 seater and I now regret it.
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We just upgraded to a 4 seater, but ours has the option that the back seats fold up as well as the extension for the rear facing passengers feet. This design is only 4 inches longer than the standard 2 seater version. We purchased a 2017 Yamaha quite-tech and we love it.
The length was a concern for storage in the garage as well as space required in perpendicular parking along a street. Many 4 seaters with permanently mounted seats tend to stick out into the driving lane and present a hazard to the automotive traffic.
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newbee here....will be buying a cart soon....thought i wanted 4 seater so visitors could go for a ride....but some said go rent a 4 seater if company is coming.......please give advice.........thanks


We have a 4 seater and love it. Our bench opens up in the back so we also use it for shopping. We never regretted it for a second.


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newbee here....will be buying a cart soon....thought i wanted 4 seater so visitors could go for a ride....but some said go rent a 4 seater if company is coming.......please give advice.........thanks
Monthly rate for a 4 seater is $400.00... you do the math.

2 seater is a good choice if you can get a deal... car from visitors can still be used.
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We had a four seater for a year. Found out nobody wanted to sit in the back, so wife and I got stuck in back. Sold it and have had a 2 seater since.
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newbee says thanks.....lots of 2 seaters available...but still worried about groceries and company....gas definitley 2017 or newer soon to buy
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