Manufacturer: Club Car
Seating Capacity: 2
2-Passenger Transportation Vehicle
Top speed: 25 mph
Exterior color: Blue, White, Platinum
Interior color: White
Power source: Electric
Power: 4.4 Horsepower
Fuel capacity: N/A
Oil capacity: N/A
Drive system: 2*2
Length: 118 inches
Width: 52.3 inches
Frame: Aluminum I-beam
Front Body: ArmorFlex® with automotive paint/clear coat
Rear Body: Rust-proof aluminum
Brakes: 4-wheel hydraulic drum
Club Car is a world-renowned manufacturer of golf carts and low-speed vehicles (LSVs) for both private and commercial use. The company’s products are known for their versatility, durability, and environmental standards, and they are among the most popular electric vehicles in use today. In most states and cities, LSVs are perfectly street legal, which has expanded their usefulness, and one of the most popular models Club Car offers in this class is the Carryall 510 LSV.
The Carryall 510 LSV is a combination of a traditional, full-sized truck and an electric car. It is adaptive, nimble and economical, yet it can haul loads of equipment or materials of all types in its bed. This vehicle can be used in a variety of situations and environments, although it should not be subjected to rough, uneven roads. Although the Carryall 510 LSV is often used in enclosed properties, such as college campuses, resort grounds, and worksites, it is street legal on roads with speed limits of 35 mph or less in most places.
One of the greatest advantages of the Carryall 510 is that it requires no fuel other than electricity, and it gives off zero emissions. Another great feature is that it has an extremely short turning radius, making it perfect for narrow pathways and trails. This vehicle has a top speed of 25 mph and can be driven 30 miles before the batteries need to be recharged. Also, it is tough and durable, making it a great choice when you need to haul heavy loads in restricted spaces.
While many other electric utility vehicles have slim profiles, the Carryall 510 LSV is brawny and is not far off from a traditional truck. However, the interior has the feel of a cockpit, which is enhanced by contoured seats, foot wells, ample driver space and all-new hip restraints. These features allow drivers to enter and exit the vehicle with ease, feel comfortable in the driver’s seat and operate the LSV without any obstructions.
The bed of the Carryall 510 was developed through advanced engineering, and it includes the VersAttach bed-attachment system. This track-based feature gives you a simple means of carrying tools, equipment, and other hardware in a variety of configurations so that you can make the best use of the space. The bed dividers and holders allow you to carry equipment of all sizes and types, including landscaping gear, ladders, water coolers and cargo.
The specifications of the Carryall 510 LSV are quite impressive. It sports a 48-volt, three-phase AC motor at 4.4 horsepower continuous and 16 horsepower peak. The motor turns a direct-drive transmission with a double-reduction helical gear and starts with a push of the pedal. The 400-amp solid-state controller acts as the brains of the Carryall 510, and the batteries are charged through an onboard DeltaQ QuiQ charger operating at high frequency.
The rack-and-pinion steering in this LSV is self-adjusting, and the independent leaf-spring suspension has dual hydraulic shocks. All of the above is mounted on an aluminum I-beam chassis. The body has two distinct parts. The front is made of ArmorFlex with automotive paint and a clear-coat protectant while the rear is rustproof aluminum.
The curb weight of the Carryall 510 LSV, including batteries, is 1,656 pounds. The vehicle can carry up to 550 pounds in the bed, and it has a maximum capacity of 950 pounds. In addition, it can haul a trailer weighing up to 1,150 pounds, although this is also the vehicle’s combined maximum capacity, which means with a full load of 950 pounds, you can tow another 200 pounds.
The overall length of the Carryall 510 LSV is 118 inches while the overall width measures at 50.3 inches, or 62.6 inches including the outside rearview mirrors. The vehicle’s height is 74.3 inches, and the 205-65-10 six-ply DOT tires give it a ground clearance of 5.6 inches. The bed of the Carryall 510 is 44.2 inches by 47.5 inches by 10.5 inches, and the vehicle has a maximum speed of 25 mph.
The Carryall 510 LSV includes several standard features, including all those necessary to make it street legal. It has three-point safety belts, hip restraints, headlights, taillights, turn signals and a horn. The high-efficiency charger is designed to work almost anywhere in the world, and it can tolerate high voltage swings. The aircraft-grade frame is, pound for pound, stronger than steel with the added benefit of corrosion resistance.
The Carryall510 is available in five colors: silver, white, gray, green and blue. It can also be equipped with optional accessories, including wheel covers, brush guards, a cargo box, and a rear receiver hitch.