Sample golf cart and utility vehicle prices from BuyerZone buyers
Many BuyerZone users have asked to learn more about golf cart pricing. Here's a sampling of actual prices paid by golf cart and utility vehicle buyers who used our service.
A couple of points to keep in mind:
- New vehicles in our survey ranged from $4,700 to $15,000. In addition to providing the best reliability and warranties, purchasing new lets you choose the options that are most important to you: lift kits for ground clearance, enclosures for protection from the elements, and more.
- The average golf cart - electric, with a top and windshield, goes for between $5,000 and $7,000. This will get you a basic electric cart and some useful add-ons such as a cooler or club covers.
- Buyers reported purchasing used vehicles for between $2,500 and $5,000. If you're interested in used vehicles, make sure you get a reconditioned cart from a dealer - buying an as-is cart is a risky choice.
- Many buyers mention windshields, headlights, and other safety equipment as an important part of their purchase. Making your golf cart street legal requires these and other options - and it will add substantially add to your costs.
New golf cart prices
"Purchased a Club Car 4-seater with fold-down option and enclosure. Total price was $6,450."
-- Ridgeland, South Carolina
"$7,000. 11hp gas golf cart with lift kit, flip-back seat, brush guard, headlights, tail/brake lights, turn signals, rear-view mirror, seatbelts, windshield, towing package, and extended top."
-- Apalachicola, Florida
"Yamaha 2006 g22, gasoline, with light kit, full side covers, and shipping to my door -- $4,645."
-- Las Cruces, New Mexico
"$6,177. 4" lift, 23" tires, lights, high speed motor, top, windshield, pin stripe, and company name stencil."
-- Pembroke Pines, Florida
"Bought an electric E-Z-GO with a basic package: headlights, and horn, but no outside cover. Total price was $9,000, delivered."
-- Hiawassee, Georgia
"Approximately $5,000 for a gasoline-powered golf cart with light kit and windshield."
-- Port Washington, Wisconsin
"Purchased a top of the line Western vehicle - $14,000."
-- Naples, Florida
"Around $9000, 2006 electric President, 10" chrome wheels, custom seats, key security system, rain curtain, custom dash, color upgrade (burgundy), ball/club washer, beverage cooler, split windshield, light system, canopy top, charger, full view mirror, programmable speed control and braking. "
-- San Jose, California
"$5,000. E-Z-Go electric car with top, rain cover for clubs, cooler, divot bottle and holder, headlights, taillights, and rear view mirror."
-- Union, Kentucky
Specialized utility vehicle prices
"$17,000 with cab, lights, windshield, hitch." [ Burden carrier.]
-- Brooklyn, Michigan
"$14,500 - personnel carrier w/fold-down windshield, top, fold-down rear seat, rear hitch."
-- Henderson, North Carolina
"$9,890 - new hunting cart. 4wd, camo, gun rack, lifted."
-- Fenelton, Pennsylvania
Used golf cart prices
"2002 Club Car. Reconditioned, 48v, hinged windshield, 3 sided snap/zipper cover, club protector, 2 sand bottles, headlights taillights, propane heater and 5 panel mirror. $3,653."
- Clarksville, Georgia
"$4,000 with an 8" lift kit, bigger tires/rims, fold-down rear seat, front brush guard. Cart was a 2003 [gasoline powered] Club Car"
-- Milton, Florida
"$2,800 -- 2001 Club Car with our own color choice, enclosure, and 1 year bumper to bumper warranty for parts, labor, pickup and delivery. Car had minimal use -- in great shape."
-- Tyrone, Georgia
"2002 [gasoline powered] E-Z-Go 4-seater, 6" lift, custom tires and rims, under $4,000."
-- Cottonwood, Arizona
"$2,500 for 2003 Club Car 48 volt with windshield and new tires and wheels in excellent condition."
-- Pecos, Texas
"Club Car 2003 model. Street legal, $5,000. Too good a deal to pass up with all the add-ons."
-- Shelton, Washington
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.