4th Annual Golf Cart Review (Part 2)

Max Car

 In a recent conversation with Jim Lester, VP and Division Manager for Maxer Corporation, he confirmed that the Maxcar is indeed the Hyundai spinoff. Lester said that several of the features of the older Hyundai will be used in the Maxcar design but there are many changes and more to come. Maxer Corp currently offers only a 36 volt ‘regen’ electric car. The MaxGen adjustable ‘regen’ controller and motor is made by the Youngsoo Mulsan Co, of Korea, the parent company. There will be a lower speed controller for fleet sales and a higher speed (16.5 mph) controller for privately owned golf cars. The golf car will come equippped with a Lestronic II, 25 amp charger. Continue reading

The SoloRider

Lee Iacocca

Single Rider Golf Cars

Single rider golf cars, born primarily because of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act, first appeared at golf shows a few years back. They were ‘interesting’ but not much happened for a couple of years but that is all changing now. In our opinion the SoloRider is leading the pack. We’ll describe some of the features of this single rider golf car and then we’ll talk about why you’ll be seeing and hearing a lot more about them.
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4th Annual Golf Cart Review

Highlights of the 2000 PGA Show

  • Golf car companies are taking a hard look at the utility market. It is a fast growing segment in an otherwise mature industry.
  • New golf course development has slowed from the feverish pace of the last few years.
  • E-Z-GO displayed a programmable electronic speed controller for their ‘Regen’ electric vehicles. It will allow the customer to choose from one of four different programs to provide the safest speed mode for the particular terrain of their course. Continue reading

Maxcar

This article comes from our 4th Annual Golf Car Review, published in January, 2000. The Maxcar is no longer being manufactured. In fact, Maxer ceased production after only a being on the market for a year. This is all we know about the car, so any further information on the Maxcar would be appreciated.

MaxcarThe Maxcar

In a recent conversation with Jim Lester, VP and Division Manager for Maxer Corporation, he confirmed that the Maxcar is indeed the Hyundai spinoff. Lester said that several of the features of the older Hyundai will be used in the Maxcar design but there are many changes and more to come. Maxer Corp currently offers only a 36 volt ReGen electric car. Continue reading