Tomberlin E-MERGE E2 SE Review
Tomberlin was started back in 2007 and has had a rocky journey until 2016 as they are back on the top of their game, and the name of this road worthy vehicle is aptly suited for their entry model. The Tomberlin E-Merge E2 SE aligns directly with the brand promise when they discuss “Safety Meets Styling.” The unit is outfitted with a slew of standard safety features such as 3-point safety seat belts, 4-wheel hydraulic brakes, and all the headlights, brake lights, and other lighting needs to ensure people will see you driving on the road.
As an entry model into the Tomberlin line, the Revenge is only lacking in one category in terms of performance. That is the controller at a 275 Amps. Now, compared to the standard E-Z-GO and Club Car makes, this is pretty much the standard. It still has some get up and go though with acceleration. Also, to its benefit, as a standard, all Tomberlins have an on-board charger to make it easier to charge whereever you can find an outlet. With an 8-6V battery pack, there should not be much to worry about in terms of range. Check out our article on battery pack comparisons to understand the difference. Beyond that, see our specs to see the list of features the Tomberlin boasts.
With its features, it will be good to note some side notes about its seating and steering. It has a sport suspension which means it will be tight steering unless you are in a moving state. The seating is nothing to brag about either. This will feel different to the “Cadillac” type feel some other golf carts provide. However, this does provide good reason to upgrade to the next model of Tomberlin if these two items concern you.