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3 Ways Cushman Helps Out Around the Farm In SC

Posted by Katherine Faulk on Apr 5, 2017 12:42:24 PM

Cushman golf carts for work around the farmOur blogs often talk about our E-Z-Go golf carts or the Bad Boy and Bad Boy Off Road offerings that provide some pretty rugged usefulness in the woods, the back forty, and just about anywhere you can imagine in South Carolina.

The one brand that just doesn't get quite as much attention? Cushman.

Today, we'll take a look at why you should consider Cushman golf carts for the farm or pasture here in South Carolina.

1. They're Designed Just For Agricultural Work

When you think about Cushman golf carts, odds are good you're picturing the bright yellow Minute Miser, designed for used in manufacturing or factory environments, or even the Hospitality Shuttle that would fit right in at a beach resort. How could any of these fit in on a farm?

They can't. But the Cushman 1600XD fits in just fine.

The 1600XD was built to withstand tough jobs that would send any weaker low-speed vehicle running back to hide in the shed. Just click the link to take a look and you'll see heavy-duty tires with a built-in lift to help you travel over uneven terrain that's been sown with crops or beaten down by hundreds of hoofbeats.

A diesel engine provides extra power, and you can choose to utilize the available Four-Wheel Drive to move even faster over rough terrain. With optional hydraulic power source, a dump kit, and a rear hitch receiver, you'll have plenty of options to help you get the job done.

2. You Can Carry Heavier Loads

With a steel cargo bed and rollover protection, Cushman's 1600XD will work just as hard as you do at getting bales of hay, animal feed, or just about any cargo you can imagine across the back forty. If you're hard at work at farms not far from the coast and it's wet, uneven ground you're worried about, the Turf Hauler 1200 will keep you steady with a limited slip differential.

The Turf Hauler Pro Electric goes even further, carrying loads up to 1,000 pounds with a whisper-quiet electric engine that will ensure you can work sunup to sundown without waking the neighbors — or disturbing the livestock.

3. The Details Get the Job Done

The biggest positive you'll get from choosing to go with Cushman for agricultural work in South Carolina? The little details that give you exactly the hauling power, cargo space, choice of diesel or electric, and tire lift you need. Headlights let you legally drive after dark and help you find your way after the sun goes down. 

There are plenty of customizations to be made, too.

Adding in a cooler lets you keep your drinks cold while enclosures keep the wind from clogging up your cart with sand or dust. Speakers that connect to Bluetooth let you take your favorite playlist out to work with you every morning, and fender flares ensure that even rocky ground won't kick gravel up to damage your Cushman.

Hard at Work This Spring? Let Cushman Golf Carts Help You Out

The best place in South Carolina to locate these rugged Cushman LSVs designed to work around the farm? Go With Garrett's Golf Cars and Specialty Vehicles! We have locations in the Upstate, Midlands, and Lowcountry, so you'll know when you walk in that it's a local helping you make the right choice.

We've been in business since 1992 here in South Carolina, and it's our mission not just to provide the best new and preowned golf cars available for every purpose, but to ensure our customers become our lifelong friends. Reach us by phone at (843) 881 8894 for Charleston, (864) 862 7709 for Greenville, and (803) 407 2687 for Columbia, or just contact us online at any time! Let us know when you need your Cushman to do, and we'll set you up with the perfect option for you!

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Topics: Cushman