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Electric and Gas Golf Cart Prices From BuyerZone Buyers

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BuyerZone regularly surveys its users to learn about their buying experience. We've compiled select responses to detail how much businesses and consumers paid for golf cart.

Electric golf carts use lead-acid batteries that power an electric motor. Users can work with an electric-powered vehicle throughout the day and then recharge the battery at night using a standard power outlet. These golf carts may also have features that help conserve battery power so you don't risk running out when you need it the most.

Certain businesses still rely on gas-powered golf carts since they are more powerful for carrying heavy cargo or pulling heavy loads. Gas carts are also best for extensive use in outdoor environments - you can carry additional fuel on board when you're not near a power source.

Keep in mind: gas golf carts are significantly more expensive than electric versions. Businesses like country clubs that need a fleet of vehicles usually purchase electric carts because of the cost savings. And unlike gas golf carts, electric golf carts are emission-free so they can be used for indoor applications.

Electric golf cart prices

"$2,900 - 2002 Club Car, 1-year warranty, new batteries, windshield, rear seat."

- Storage services CEO, Salem, Wisconsin

"Street-ready 8/10 seat with cooler under back rear, face seat and table/cup tray between 2nd and 3rd row - seats - $3,600." [used]

- Advertising CFO, Palm Harbor, Florida

"$2,500 - Included dump bed and battery charger." [used]

- Hospitality general manager, Prineville, Oregon

"$4,500. 6-seat golf cart refurbished with choice of new paint, seats, rims, etc. (Cart like new.)"

- Construction contractor, Las Vegas, Nevada

"$5,500 for front rack, skid plate, turf tires, front tow hitch."

- Facilities agriculturist, Alva, Florida

"$3,000, included were taxes, lights, both headlights and taillights, charger, and rear seat/deck."

- Consultant, Tilghman, Maryland

"$4,600 - 4-person golf cart with lights, turn signals, dash board, side covers, seat belts, top and safety bars on back."

- Professional services firm owner, Long Beach, California

"$3,600 for a 2005 E-Z-Go that was used about 10 times."

- Business Services Provider, Jupiter, Florida

"$1,500 including inter-island shipping, back seat and improved suspension for back seat, longer roof, and all labor."

- Retailer, Kahului, Hawaii

"I purchased a Club Car Precedent that seats 4 passengers and it was a 2005 demo for $4,800."

- Business Development, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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Gas golf cart prices

"$27,409 - Heavy duty 91 inch wheelbase, 14 inch folding steel stake sides, deluxe light package, and low oil warning light."

- Restaurant owner, San Diego, California

"2006 600cc Honda ATV with automatic transmission, big basket on back, pickup & repair warranty, and free delivery - $7,175."

- Ranch owner, Luling, Texas

"$10,000 including taxes and everything for a Polaris Ranger 500 EFI with camo exterior. The Polaris is faster and smoother operating than the others I tested."

- Manufacturing partner, Oxford, Ohio

"$6,000 plus tax delivered. Cloth seats, sand bottle/holder, club/ball washer, windshield, lights, horn, turn signals, dash console, ice chest and basket, custom wheels."

- Engineer, Liberal, Kansas

"$5,110 - Refurbished golf cart price included sales tax and delivery."

- Accountant, Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey

"$6,499 - automatic transmission, positraction, 600 lb. bed, 1,200 lb. towing capacity, turf/road tires, 11 cubic ft. bed. Bed gate comes off and dumps, 401 cc engine, bucket seats covered."

- Education administrator, Lancaster, California

"$5,250 - 2002 Electric E-Z-Go with lights, horn, oversize tires, and wheels."

- Health Care Accountant, Fernandina Beach, Florida

"$2,700 for a 2000 gas-operated model with an electric dump." [used]

- Agriculture partner, Homosassa, Florida

"$2,350 for a 2000 Yamaha gas golf cart in excelent condition."

- Business services owner, Fort Dodge, Iowa

"$3,150 for 2001 gas model. New body, top, lights, mirror, fold down rear seat, draw bar."

- Business services provider, Grand Junction, Michigan

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Want more information on choosing an utility vehicle? Read our Golf Cars Buyer's Guide.

Information was provided by BuyerZone users. Quotes have been edited for clarity only.

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