Spotlight on Club Car’s Urban N1

Harrogate, Yorkshire, England: Club Car will showcase its new road-legal Club Car Urban N1 to customers in the United Kingdom for the first time at next week’s British Turf Management Exhibition (BTME).

Featuring an ergonomic design, superior handling, one-tonne load capacity and impressive acceleration with a top speed of 55 kilometres per hour, the Urban N1 will be on the Club Car stand (near the entrance to Hall 6).

Club Car’s sales team will be on hand to highlight the vehicle’s key features and to discuss the two new additions to the product’s portfolio – the Urban L7e and the Urban XR. Also on the stand will be vehicles from Club Car’s Tempo and Carryall ranges, showcasing the wide versatility of the company’s expanded portfolio.

“Since the new Club Car Urban N1 was launched in October last year, we have been inundated with enquiries. It’s now the perfect time to be able to show the vehicle in the flesh at such a large and prestigious event, in one of our key markets,” said Marco Natale, Vice President of EMEA at Club Car, an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.

The addition of two new products to the Club Car Urban range provides customers with a wide choice of vehicles to suit their needs. The new Urban L7e is road-legal in the European Union and is built to navigate narrow city roads with a compact structure that is nimble enough for urban use, while still durable for driving in and out of construction sites or warehouses.

The Urban XR, meanwhile, is ideal for pedestrian and car-free zones, with a lower speed limit and load capacity than the N1 and L7e.

One of the many benefits of the Club Car Urban range is low operational costs, while the vehicles also boast best-in-class, automotive-grade safety features.

Tony Swinnerton, EMEA Commercial Vehicles Leader at Club Car, said: “The Club Car Urban N1, the L7e and the XR are ideal vehicles for customers in the utility market who are looking for a sustainable transport solution. It’s been an incredibly exciting time for us since the new products launched and I’m looking forward to meeting customers at the BTME next week to have the opportunity to discuss the new product in person with them.”

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