Expected miles for gas cart

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Old 01-26-2019, 08:00 PM
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How many miles should you get on a yamaha gas cart assuming you do all the required maintenance
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I'm curious about the typical lifespan of a gas golf cart, in years. How many years will one run well, before you'd usually think - hm. Maybe it's time for a new one. Would a 2005 be considered ancient? Is a 2000 a veritable antique? If it's properly maintained, can these things last until they start to rust?

We'll be looking into a used one for our first one. The newer models (2016 and up) look to be around $6000 and up, so we're thinking maybe an earlier model. But we don't want to get something so old that it'd cost us a fortune to keep it maintained.
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Back when I was in Michigan I had a customer come in to trade in an old Yamaha G16. He told me it was a great cart. I had it for 7 years never changed the oil or had to ever add oil. I don’t recommend ever doing this but it is a testament how good these carts are made. There is always your normal wear and tear parts that will need to be replaced like belt, brakes, bearings and so on. Properly maintaining the cart it will last you a life time.
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