Specifications Of Ezgo Golf Carts

E-Z-GO offers models that surpass the standard golf cart in features and functionality.

E-Z-GO, a subsidiary of Textron Company, specializes in industrial vehicles and golf carts. While E-Z-GO features traditional models, it also has carts that reinvent the purpose and style of standard golf carts. This includes models that are street-legal to models that offer refreshments on the green.

Standard

E-Z-GO produces two standard golf carts, called the TXT and the RXV. Designed to be part of a small fleet that a course or country club might have, both carts come with standard features. These include a two-person seating capacity, Durashield Epoxy coating, and rugged tires for course-riding. The TXT features a 3 horsepower Shunt Wound motor that can travel 10-14.8 miles per hour. The RXV comes in both electric and gas-powered models with 48 volt batteries and 4.4 horsepower. The RXV can travel between 10 and 15 miles per hour.

Street-Legal

As retirement communities become more popular, so does the prevalence of using golf carts as a means of transportation. E-Z-GO offers models for personal use that are street legal and also may be used on golf courses. Both the TXT and the RXV models have a street-legal counterpart, known as the “TXT Freedom” and “RXV Freedom.” These come equipped with all of the same features as the standard models, and also come with headlights, taillights, a horn and brake lights. There is also another street legal cart called the E-Z GO 2Five. Capable of attaining speeds of 25 miles per hour, this cart may be used safely on roads with a posted speed limit of 35. It also has turning signals, four-wheel hydrolic-disk brakes, seat belts, a glass windshield and mirrors.

Hospitality

E-Z-GO has even designed golf meant to serve as a means for mobile refreshments. The standard food and beverage model is the MPT 2000 Refresher. Capable of holding 887 cans or 400 bottles, it can also be equipped with a food warmer, a cash register, or even a humidor to keep cigars in optimum condition. Like the street-legal carts, it comes automatically equipped with headlights, rearview mirror and windshield. Other street-legal additions include taillights and turning signals, which can be added for an additional cost.