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Cricket Electric Carts

Any pros & cons

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#1 BK5057



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Posted 07 September 2013 - 07:57 AM

How well do they work for campgrounds & rallies?

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Posted 07 September 2013 - 12:27 PM

BK5057, Talked to a person that attended the Rally in Gillette who has one and in a general conversation he mentioned that his unit has worked well for them. The unit he has did have a switch fail while using it that week, but over all and I think he said 3 years that was the first time it had let them down.



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Posted 08 September 2013 - 03:40 PM

We have had a Cricket SV3, Resort Model for 5 years. It has a hard top(not available anymore), windshield, flip down rear seat and front seat side handles. It fit in a Pontiac Vibe and would fit in newer Chevrolet HHRs. We have Chevrolet Equinox now and a little easier to load it in. I have had a bushing go bad in the drivetrain, but no other problems. Ricks RV that sold the unit to me have been great to work with on any issues.

I would recommend a Cricket to anyone that can use a 2/3s size "golf cart" that will travel about 1/3 the speed (8 mph).
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