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Old 12-21-2019, 10:11 AM
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Looking for recommendations and input for best make of golf carts and pros and cons for gas or electric. Thank you
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Old 12-21-2019, 10:15 AM
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Since this is apparently your first post, you may be unaware that there is a search function for the site.

If you do a search on gas versus electric and best name brand carts, I think you'll find way more info and opinions...than you'll need to make a choice.
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Old 12-21-2019, 10:29 AM
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Gas Yamaha Quiet-Tech
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Since this is apparently your first post, you may be unaware that there is a search function for the site.

If you do a search on gas versus electric and best name brand carts, I think you'll find way more info and opinions...than you'll need to make a choice.
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EZ GO - Elite Freedom (lithium) 8 yr warranty on battery... hundreds of lbs lighter than conv carts. (many courses outside TV are moving to this setup for the maint free aspects and lighter on the course)

You tube it.

It's the TESLA of carts!
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Agree - gas - Yamaha Quiet Tech .... purchase from Carts and Clubs in Ocala.

And so it is.....
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That was exactly...my first thought.
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Agree - gas - Yamaha Quiet Tech .... purchase from Carts and Clubs in Ocala.

And so it is.....
Does Carts and Clubs give a better deal than TV?

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Does Carts and Clubs give a better deal than TV?

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Maybe maybe not remember to compare the exact same cart.
Also service at the villages includes a loaner
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Go to Webster for the best deal ! Believe me carts and clubs the price is the price !the villages the price is the price ! No negotiations at either spot. I think you will find a better price right off the bat in Webster at I 4 motor sports.
I saved ell over $2000.00 by buying at Webster !
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Old 12-22-2019, 06:51 AM
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EZ GO - Elite Freedom (lithium) 8 yr warranty on battery... hundreds of lbs lighter than conv carts. (many courses outside TV are moving to this setup for the maint free aspects and lighter on the course)

You tube it.

It's the TESLA of carts!
Sorry if this is a dumb question, but where did you get it?
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Default Buy used

If u can find a low mileage used yamaha buy it and save a lot of money
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