Here is a quick and easy form to instantly determine your golf cart value for your Golf Cart, PTV or LSV with estimated private party and trade-in values. This is your official blue book guide to golf cart values. Designed to help everyone evaluate their golf cart’s value. Easily get your appraisal with a few details. To begin, click a logo below.


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Golf Cart Value Guide

Whether you are looking for a golf cart private party value or golf cart trade in value, GolfCartResource.com has what you need. We provide consumers and industry professionals with accurate valuations for both private sales and trade in values for purchasing a new or used cart.

To get your golf cart values from GolfCartResource.com, you only need a few details. You’ll need to identify the year, make and model of your cart first. If you are unsure of the year of your cart, then typically you can find this information out by looking at your title. Also, you can look at the serial number. If you have a refurbished unit, then sometimes the best year to use is the one based off the serial number. A refurbished 2007 unit that was sold as a 2010 unit is still a 2007 unit. However, it may be in better condition.

Also, you are going to need to know the condition of your cart. If you are unsure, then it is advised to select “fair”. Fair condition is over 55% of the units evaluated. Less than 5% of the units evaluated will qualify as “excellent” condition. For “good” condition, around 25% of units are in “good” condition.

Lastly, if you have an electric vehicle, you will need to know the age of your batteries. If you do not know how to find the year of your batteries, then be sure read our article covering how to do so.

Used golf cart valuations

For our used golf cart values, our databases digest thousands of data points from units for sale and sold throughout the industry on a quarterly basis. Our database is the largest in industry with valuations for various makes and models in the industry. Additionally, our extensive dealer network provides direct feedback for nationwide accuracy.

Basic info needed to get cart Blue Book

The best way to value a golf cart is by looking at the make and model, condition, and year of the golf cart. Additionally, you will need to know if the golf cart is electric or gasoline powered. Lastly, you will need to know the age of your batteries. With all this information, you can input the data into GolfCartResource.com and it will give you an approximate value for your cart.