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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 125
AGOLF-going version of this bad boy is still in production, but just imagine rolling up to your weekly round in a spaceship. The Cruser Sport is about as futuristic as carts get. It’s all-electric and can steam along at up to 60km/h. Sure, there’s the $12,000 price tag for the top of the range version in the US, but hey, racing seats, 14-inch alloy wheels and ABS brakes don’t come cheaply. THE tiniest percentage of people will ever set foot in a Bentley. Understandable, really, given their price tags generally start around the cost of an inner-city apartment and max out around the price of running a small country. So, just like when your folks gave you the Matchbox version of a Lamborghini Countach when you were seven, you can now treat yourself to the next best thing to the real thing. And at least with this one you won’t have to auction off one of your kidneys if you scratch a panel. The Bentley-styled cart lovingly captures the essence of the genuine article, from the bulbous front end to the mesh grille and creamy gold paint. Seems a shame to take it out of the garage. 5 4 Ecocruise Cruser Sport The Bentley
OTG Express 124
OTG Express 126