Since our founding more than 50 years ago, Club Car has become the world’s largest manufacturer of small four-wheel electric vehicles. Our extensive portfolio includes electric, gasoline and diesel-powered utility and turf utility vehicles as well as golf cars, low speed vehicles and transport vehicles.
Renowned for their durability and versatility, Club Car vehicles are designed specifically to meet our customer needs and solve their problems. They are engineered with exclusive features that improve durability, versatility and reliability.
The vehicles are backed by industry-leading warranties and a network of more than 600 Authorized Club Car Dealers who staff factory-trained technicians and stock genuine Club Car parts.
We also offer complimentary fleet planning services by trained experts, the industry’s largest portfolio of commercial and industrial accessories and a variety of leasing options.
Made in America
Club Car products are made by American employees in a 400,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Augusta, Ga. The company is a division of Ingersoll Rand, a $14-billion global business whose brands also include Thermo King® and Trane®.
Our diverse portfolio includes more than 50 models and configurations of vehicles designed to meet your work, transport and golf needs.
Carryall® Utility Vehicles
The Carryall line is comprised of utility and turf utility vehicles in:
Villager™ and Transporter™ Transport Vehicles
We also offer heavy-duty Transporter transport vehicles that carry two to six passengers as well as more refined Villager transport vehicles that seat two to eight in comfort and style.
Golf Cars and Mobile-merchandising Vehicles
Our Precedent® golf cars are the backbone of many prestigious golf clubs, as well as many city, county and state courses. Our Carryall turf utility vehicles and Café Express mobile-merchandising units improve golf course operations.
Affordable Street-legal Vehicles
Our zero-emissions low speed vehicles (LSVs) are legal on roads with speed limits of 35 mph or less in almost all states. These include Villager LSVs designed primarily for transportation as well as work-ready Carryall LSVs that deliver the power and versatility of pickup trucks.
Club Car vehicles are used for:
By listening to the voice of our customers, Club Car consistently introduces vehicles renowned for durability, versatility and automotive performance. Key features include:
We also offer:
Our contract with U.S. Communities makes it easy for public sector entities to purchase Club Car vehicles.
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How do I place an order with Club Car?
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Our vehicles are sold through Authorized Club Car Dealers and Distributors, not through our corporate office. To find a dealer or distributor near you, visit www.clubcardealer.com and contact the dealer directly. The dealer will arrange an on-site demonstration, discuss accessories, provide pricing, arrange shipping and act as a liaison if you need customized vehicles or other special services.
If you need additional support, please contact Club Car directly at email@example.com or 706-955-0252.
Who can participate?
States, state agencies, counties, cities, schools, colleges, universities, non-profits and special districts.
Do you lease vehicles?
Yes. Various types of leasing options are available.
Do you offer maintenance contracts?
Yes. Your Club Car Dealer or Distributor offers maintenance contracts and service by factory-trained technicians.
Shipping varies based on state, type of vehicle and quantity ordered. Standard Club Car freight rates apply.
Many colleges and universities purchase their utility vehicles (UTVs) on a piecemeal basis from a variety of vendors, rather than developing a comprehensive transportation plan. This complicates every aspect of fleet management in the years ahead.
Read the White Paper to learn the four-step plan to create a strategy for your campus.