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If you own an electric golf cart, you have probably wondered about the battery. Electric golf carts run on a rechargeable battery. Recharging the battery might be more convenient than refilling a gas tank every week, but it also will eventually need to be replaced. In this article, we are going to go over everything you need to know about golf cart batteries and what happens when they need to be replaced.
Golf carts are a fun, affordable, and extremely practical option for work and for play. There are so many types, variations, modifications, and uses for golf carts. You will definitely find one that fits your needs perfectly with the amount of variety available. In this golf cart buying guide we go over the types of golf carts, pros and cons of new vs used, the top manufacturers, how much a golf cart might cost, and more.
On average, most golf carts will cost between $8,000 and $9,000. However, some golf carts can be priced as low as the $2,500/$3,000 range and some luxury golf carts can be priced at over $20,000. It depends if you’re shopping for a new golf cart or a used golf cart. We go over how much each brand will typically cost, the difference in price between gas and electric and what to expect for maintenance and accessories costs.