Recalculating: Turn Right into Club Car
“As people grow increasingly conscious of environmental issues, they’re looking for alternative transportation options,” says Mary A. Sicard, Club Car’s consumer marketing manager. “As a result, more communities are allowing golf cars and other non-traditional vehicles on their streets.”
As the world’s largest manufacturer of small four-wheel electric vehicles, Club Car offers vehicles that fit that trend, most built on rustproof, corrosion-resistant aluminum frames.
From April 15 – June 15, 2014, at participating Authorized Club Car Dealers, qualified retail buyers can purchase a new Precedent® golf car or zero-emissions, street-legal Villager™ LSV (low-speed vehicle) and choose either 0% financing for 12 months or $500 Close-Out Cash.
LSVs are a relatively new class of electric vehicle with a maximum speed of 25 mph. They are legal in almost all states on roads with speed limits of 35 mph or less. (Check your state.)
“In the United States, the Villager LSV costs about a third as much to own and operate as a gas-powered vehicle. And it can be charged through a standard 110-volt outlet, so you won’t have to pay $300 – $1,500 to install a 220-volt outlet as you would to charge an electric car,” Sicard says.
Get off the Beaten Path
Club Car’s spring sales event is also making it easier to buy XRT™ utility vehicles for work, hunting and trail-riding.
From April 15 – June 15, 2014, at participating Authorized Club Car Dealers, qualified retail buyers have a choice between 3.9% financing for 36 months or $300 or $500 Close-Out Cash, depending on the model selected.
Close-Out Cash Offer
$300 All new, unregistered 2011 – 2013 electric XRT800 electric, XRT850 electric, XRT900 electric or XRT950 gasoline utility vehicles
XRTs are available in compact, mid- and full-size models; gas, electric and diesel models; two- or four-passenger models; and two- and automatic four-wheel drive that senses the ground it’s on and shifts automatically. The largest XRTs have a total vehicle capacity of 1,600 pounds.
Club Car vehicles are sold through Authorized Club Car Dealers. To find a dealer near you, visit www.clubcardealer.com.