Gas Golf Carts For Sale

Gas golf carts are popular among consumers looking for a vehicle that can go long distances (i.e. commuting around town) or performing work around the yard, farm, construction site etc. The advantage of gas golf carts is that you don't need to charge batteries and for the most part can outperform electric golf carts when it comes to distance and labor. Read more

About Gas Golf Carts

Whether you are looking for a gas golf cart to navigate vast golf courses, transport material to outbuildings, provide campground tours, inspect your yard, or just do the rounds in your neighborhood, an ordinary, electric golf cart may not suffice.You may need a gas golf cart that offers functionality as well as the benefits of the latest technology in the golf cart industry.

Gas golf carts are available in many different models, colors, and specifications to offer a great experience. Unlike the earliest gas golf carts, latest models from the various manufacturers are a true embodiment of technology, style, and functionality. The latest gas golf carts have seen massive developments compared to the first gas-powered golf cart which debuted in 1957 by Max Walker.

One example being Yamaha’s Quietech engine technology - at times, this engine is actually quieter than an electric golf cart.

A few features and specs that are found in gas golf carts include that following:
  • 4-stroke motor engine for more power and torque, cleaner emissions, fuel economy, and durability.
  • Modifications and accessories like canopy tops for shielding from elements like sun and rain.
  • 14” or larger wheels for higher speeds.
  • Spacious racks for carrying various loads such as golf bags, gardening tools or mulch.
  • Wide-tread tires for reduced damage to the fairways.

Things to Consider when Buying a Gas Golf Cart

With provisions for modifications, different makes like Club Car, E-Z-GO, and Yamaha, can be customized to align with your taste and needs. Talk of an upgradable LED emblem and headlights for some cool lighting options. Yamaha’s UMAX, as an example, comes with a dump bed and mechanized windshields for non-golf course uses.

The various features of these gas golf carts makes them suitable for various spaces. For instance, gas golf carts powered by 4-stroke engines have cleaner emissions, making them suitable for use in and around gated communities. Their torque and power also come in handy if you’re into gardening or pro landscaping since they can carry heavier loads.

To keep your gas golf cart in great condition, make sure not to overlook some regular maintenance practices. These are vital to preserving the life of your golf cart, and include:

  • Checking and changing (if necessary) the engine oil on a monthly basis.
  • Checking and cleaning the engine cooling air intake.
  • Washing the engine compartment and the cart’s underside.
  • Washing the cart’s interior and cleaning the upholstery.