2011 NEW 6 PERSON STREET LEGAL GOLF CARTS - $7500$7,500(Mount Pleasant, SC)
Listing has expired on 5-Apr-2013
NEW 2011 STREET LEGAL GOLF CARTS(MORE LIKE CAR) THESE THINGS ARE AWESOME $7500.00 (RETAIL WAS $12,000), LARGER THAN REGULAR GOLF CART, brand new batteries(TROJAN), 4 WHEEL DISC BRAKES, INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION, HEADLIGHTS, BRAKE LIGHTS, TURN SIGNALS, HORN, BATTERY LEVEL GAUGES, SPEEDOMETER, AUTOMOTIVE GLASS WINDSHIELD, WINDSHIELD WIPER, BUILT IN BATTERY CHARGER, SOME HAVE SEAT WARMERS, SEAT BELTS, THEY CAN BE TUNED UP TO ALMOST 40MPH(CURRENT SPEED 20 MPH) THESE ARE READY TO BE REGISTERED STREET LEGAL. PLEASE CALL 843-224-9158, THANKS. CT&T c-ZONE for 6(EMA) Condition New Category Dump Truck > Golf Cart Make CT&T Model c-ZONE for 6(EMA) Manufacture Date 2011.09.15 Engine Volume 1,500 CC Engine Power 43 HP Steering LHD Transmission Automatic Fuel Type Electric Number of Passenger 6 Colors: Ivory and Orange Location S.Korea Number of Wheel 4 Length 1,425 mm Height 1,930 mm Total Weight 0.5 Ton The leading electronic vehicle produce in Korea, CT&T, is pushing for their range of c-Zone electric powered golf cars and functional EVs for worldwide use. The C-Zone is a slow speed car that has enough space for 6 persons and is made of a fiber glass body supported by a tough aluminum frame. The engineering is specifically aimed at improving the safety of the vehicle in the event of crashes. The c-Zone passed the safety standards of Europe and of the US FMVSS301 when it was tested in a 20 mph crash simulation.The vehicle sports a McPherson suspension system utilizing a 4-wheel independent configuration. Controlling the vehicle comes easy with the hydraulic disc brakes and regenerative braking using electromagnetic technology. The c-Zone runs using an AC motor powered by a 72 volt battery. Owners will have two options for the battery packs: a lead-acid set will last for 35 miles while lithium polymer types can stretch from 45 to 75 miles. The car being considered as a low speed utility has a limited top speed of 15 mph. The c-zone has a turning radius of 12 feet.