New or Used Golf Cars. Which is a better option?

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Are you having that time old inner monologue about whether you should buy a new or used golf car? Let’s break down the options!

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New vs. Used?

Time to decide which is the better choice for you. In this post, we will go through the top three reasons for either buying option. Both new and used golf cars are a great purchase for your home or business they each have different options. Here are a few things about each option you should consider.

Buying a New Golf Car

Do you want something customized by the manufacturer? Or maybe you want something that only you have driven. If so then getting a new car is for you. However, with that comes a steeper price tag. With a new car, there is no history of it so no worry about accidents or overuse. A big plus is a new car will almost always come with a warranty. Whether it is from the manufacturer or the dealership.

Buying a Used Golf Car

If you are looking for a more cost-effective option then buying a used car is the way to go. This can save you thousands of dollars sometimes. When buying used remember to get the make, model, and serial number prior to purchasing. With these, you can check the age of the car as well as help you see how easy it will be to get parts and accessories. Prior to purchase remember to check how many cycles and hours are on the car. This is the same as checking the miles if you were buying a new vehicle.

Whether buying new or used it is always smart to do a general check of the car. Check for any cosmetic things wrong or that you may want to change as well as checking the tires and batteries. If buying from a dealer check to see if they offer a service plan or if the car comes with a warranty. They may always be able to do any custom work you may want. Whether it is a new or used golf car you can always add your personality to it!

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