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Club Car launches Fit-to-Task utility vehicles

Club Car Carryall Fit-to-Task

Club Car is launching the new Carryall Fit-to-Task Series of pre-configured utility vehicles.

Each of the Fit-to-Task vehicles made by the small-wheel vehicle manufacturer for hotel, golf, commercial, business and personal use, arrives configured with the equipment needed for a specific application.

Pierre Lhernould, marketing leader for Club Car in Europe, Middle East and Africa, said the utility vehicles can help companies switch from expensive full-size vehicles.

He added: “Rather than buying generic utility vehicles and adding accessories or make-shift attachments, our customers can now order vehicles fully equipped for the task at hand."

The entire series will include 15 Carryall Fit-to-Task vehicles configurations. Purpose-built for work, they feature rustproof aluminum frames and boxes, suspension systems designed to carry loads.

Two-wheel drive vehicles are available in gasoline or electric models. Electric models feature standard extended-range batteries and single-point watering systems.

The new configurations are Carryall 700 food service vehicle, Caryall 500 facilities engineering vehicle, Carryall 700 housekeeping vehicle and transporter ambulance.

 

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