• Christ Church Grammar School and their new Cushman

    Golf Car World – the State Distributor for E-Z-GO, Cushman and Bad Boy Buggies in Western Australia recently supplied the…

  • Wembley Golf Course


    Wembley Golf Course, one of Perths premier public golfing facilities has over the past few years been…


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  • “Changing from petrol to electric will help improve efficiencies and the golfer’s enjoyment with no engine noise. We are excited about the introduction of the RXV to the golf car fleet here at The Vines Resort and Country Club. Having a high volume of golfers through the Resort, it is important that we offer a comfortable and reliable golf car. I am impressed with the technology and the new braking system which will increase safety and help to minimize damage to the golf cars. The price of a golf car is one thing, but reliability, service and operating costs is where the E-Z-GO golf car wins. This will greatly improve our golfers experience.”

    General Manager of Golf, Scott Armstrong – The Vines Resort & Country Club.


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CUSHMAN Commercial & Utility Vehicles

For over a century Cushman has been bringing the world quality utility vehicles, and has become one of the most highly regarded manufacturers in the industry.

The Cushman brand has witnessed two World Wars and a number of owners, including The Easy Manufacturing Company, Outboard Marine Corporation, Ransomes and currently Textron, Inc.

During World War I, Cushman provided two- and four-horsepower engines to operate water pumps, cream separators, washing machines and wood saws. By World War II, the company was producing scooters used by the Navy, the Army and the Army Air Force.

By the end of the decade, Cushman moved on to three- and four-wheeled commercial and industrial vehicles. With it came a commitment to building 'green' vehicles, such as the quiet, electrically powered and energy-efficient Titan, Tug, Stock Chaser and Minute Miser, and the introduction of heavy-duty utility vehicles such as the Haulster and Hauler.

Today, 100 years after the first engine was shipped out of the Lincoln, Nebraska plant, Cushman is still striving to provide rugged, dependable solutions for a variety of industries. And with the ever-expanding resources of Textron, one of the world's most renowned manufacturers of transportation vehicles, Cushman continues to grow.

Cushman vehicles are now manufactured in Augusta, Georgia, in a 650,000-square-foot plant recently honored as one of the top 10 manufacturing facilities in North America by IndustryWeek magazine. The company continues to build on its reputation for delivering quality, heavy-duty industrial material carriers and comfortable personnel transport vehicles.

View the full range here; Cushman Passenger/Hospitality Vehicles, Cushman Turf, Cushman Work Vehicles,  & Cushman Industrial Vehicles.