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Another vote for Country Power in Webster if you want new.. Plenty of used available on TO TV every day. Would only buy Yamaha. Get the seat upgrade.
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I have two 2013 Yamaha EFI carts for sale.
Both have Curtis Cabs. Private owner, purchased from The Villages. $5500 ea.
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Yes carts and golf - beat villagers by 450$ for new cart .
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My guys from my golf group have purchased golf carts from carts and clubs new and used. We haven’t had any problems with the dealer in 9 years. They come to your house and service the cart
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No one has mentioned Atomic Cool Karts in Wildwood. The carts are manufactured in China and are not designed for large people but for most are a great alternative to a Yamaha with a cab. You get electric windows, air conditioning, heater, windshield wipers, radio, back up camera, and remote controlled locks with your fob. Love mine.
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We are getting ready to buy 2 carts. What are the pros and cons of different dealers? Thanks
Carts & Clubs on 301 just before you hit Ocala city limits were about $600 less when I priced new Yamaha carts vs the Villages Carts. However, many of my friends have bought refurbished Yamaha carts from Birdie golf on 466 across from Hacienda Mission Villas and have been very satisfied.
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I have a 2019 cart for sale Black and red for 8,000 if interested. Located in Historic side of villages. 954 701 6566. I need a bigger one for grandkids so have to sell.
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We are getting ready to buy 2 carts. What are the pros and cons of different dealers? Thanks
The only place to buy is Carts and Clubs in Ocala. 352-351-2278.
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I wouldn’t buy new one, IMO you never get you’re money back. There value drops like rock just like new vehicles. Plenty of used ones for sale in classified for at least half price Or more few years old if you can evaluate the condition? Non golfer cart would be better IMO. If not then maybe new better choice?
We have two. We have one that is now 18 years old that was used and still perking along fine with good maintenance and repair and we have one purchased new from The Villages. Our resident expert makes the choices about golf carts and I handle world affairs. So far his decisions are doing better than mine.
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Club Car World on 441 just west off CR-466 has a buy one and get the second for half it's price.
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My cart came with everything except the Sunbrella (spelling) and mirrors. They added the Sunbrella for I think $400 and I put the mirrors on for about $35. I got custom reclining seats with armrests for $800. The Villages charges $1900 for the same seats and they get them from the same place.

Yep, The Villages Golf Carts are convenient and that comes at a cost.

This was my experience. I saved thousands and picked my colors, fabric and options.

My neighbor spent over 16k for his and could've got the same cart with the same options for about 12k.

I have nothing against the Villages selling golf carts and having a large territory that keeps out the competition for the Yamaha carts. They can sell them for whatever they want. They add quality parts to a great cart and I recommend them to anyone not worried about cost over convenience.
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And u bought from where?
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Best is to buy privately !
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I bought mine in Indiana - shipped hear. Total for two carts was $15,000 including shipping.
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Budget carts in Hains City which is south of i4 and 27.
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