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Old 11-21-2018, 05:11 PM
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Bought a 2019 Yamaha Quiet tech EFI PTV from a Massachusetts dealer before I came down to new home for 7500. he added sunbrella enclosure , turn signals and seat belts for another 1500 bringing total to 9K.
500 in taxes and 711 to ship brings total to $10, 211 for a 2019!
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Old 11-21-2018, 07:55 PM
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I just bought a "Previously owned" 2018 EFI2 quiet tech Yamaha, 50 hours...Called Sumter landing, good ol' boy "Gordens Garage" for some goodies to be added ..Explained I did not buy there...Good ol' boy Gorden said, no problem, come on down we will take your money...

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Old 11-21-2018, 07:57 PM
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Based on what we have seen from our close-knit circle of friends I believe I will only buy Brand New and Only from The Villages Golf Cart In Spanish Springs. Of Course, if Sharron Star ever left them then I would take a look elsewhere. She has taken care of us well before, thru and after the sale. I bought a Gas Yamaha in 2016. I have it serviced there and they are Superior.

A whole lot of people have had different experiences, good & bad, here and other places but the friends who bought used and bought off the premise are switching over to The Villages Golf Cart's and it's not because I sold them, they noticed I never cry about my Cart related experiences. Enough said. Next!

I want an Atomic Cart but found out The Villages Golf Carts doesn't service them so for me it was a deal killer. I respect others decisions to go on their own path and wish them the best.
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Old 11-21-2018, 09:10 PM
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And there's the part about the villages golf carts only servicing what they sell, so you would have to take it back to Dirty Boots , Texas for your warranty repairs.
Actually, according to their service desk they will service any cart under warranty.
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Old 11-22-2018, 06:25 AM
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The way I understand it is: The Villages Golf Carts will service any cart. You can't make an appointment unless you bought it from them. So you have to be there when they open, and they only take 4 or 5 carts a day without an appointment. If you are cart # 6 you may be out of luck. In the off season you have a better chance of getting in.
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