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i60 F

The luxurious ICON® six-seater i60F Golf Cart boasts style & sophistication, making this the hottest seller for the hospitality industry.

Transport six passengers around town in next-level comfort. This Golf Cart is ideal for hotel, resort, commercial and residential use. It’s loaded with class-leading features like 10′′ aluminum wheels, 4-wheel disc brakes, powder-coated steel chassis, lights, turn signals, high-speed rear ends, durable front and rear bumpers, painted rooftops, horns, digital gauges, and more.

The ICON® i60 F comes standard with (6) 8V sealed maintenance-free AGM batteries, an upgraded 48Volt ICON 5KW AC motor, and a controller for industry-leading performance!

  • Weight: 654 Lbs.
  • Seating Capacity: 6 persons
  • Cart Dimensions: 11′ x 4′ x 6′

Forward Speed: Up to 28 M.P.H.
Braking Distance: Approx. 8 feet
Turning Radius: Approx. 12 feet
Climbing: Safe Climb 25% grade / Max Climb 35% grade
Maximum distance per full charge: Approx. 30-50 miles
Chassis: A-Frame powder coated Steel. Four Wheel Coil Over Shock Suspension, Four Wheel Hydraulic Disc Brakes.
Top Supports: Galvanized Steel. Anti-Corrosive Dip w/ Powder Coat
Body: PP Material
Ground Clearance: 4.5 Inches Net
Lights: Head, Tail, Brake, and Turn Signals
Wheels: 10-inch Aluminum
Other: Charge Indicator, Horn, Digital Speedometer, Gauges, Side Mirrors, Seat Belts
Optional: A full line of Accessory Upgrades and Parts

  • Motor: 48 Volt AC 4kw
  • Battery: Trojan Lead Acid, NexGen AGM, or NexGen Advanced Lithium
  • Charger: On Board
  • Transaxle: 10.25: 1 High Speed Rear Axle – continuously variable
  • Controller: ICON EV Controller 450 Amp
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LSV Requirements

NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) issued a mandate that requires hybrids and electric vehicles travelling at less than 18.6 mph (30 km/h) to emit warning sounds that pedestrians must be able to hear over background noises- The regulation requires full compliance in all electric vehicles, including LSVs. Because of the quietness of electric vehicles and the possibility of collision with visually or audibly impaired pedestrians, the overall objective is to facilitate proximity awareness and minimize the chance of personal injury. In summary, an LSV (legally licensed to drive on streets up to 25 mph> must emit a sound when the forward or reverse switch is in the:

Forward position:

  • From 0 MPH to 18.6 mph.The sound is allowed to stop once the vehicle exceeds 18.6 mph.

Reverse position:
In order to comply with NHTSA rules, all LSV vehicles have a Pedestrian Alert sound generator installed.

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