Club Car rolls out new attachment system

September 26, 2014 -  By

Club Car’s VersAttach system can fit up to 10 VersAttach tools. Photo: Club Car

Club Car recently introduced its VersAttach bed-based attachment system for its Carryall line of utility vehicles. The attachment system aims to organize and protect equipment in the beds of the utility vehicles.

The system can fit up to 10 VersAttach tools, including standard, ratcheting and long tool holders; backpack blower racks; ladder racks; short and long bed dividers; cargo tie-downs; and water cooler and fuel-pack holders. It can also be easily removed, the company said.

“The VersAttach system, coupled with the Carryall’s new best-in-class EFI engine and rustproof aluminum frame, make the Carryall line the most powerful, durable and versatile utility and transport vehicles on the market,” said Kurt Meyer, commercial marketing manager at Club Car.

The company’s new Carryall utility vehicles feature Rhino-linings and latch-and-release tailgates that run across the width of the vehicles, allowing them to be opened from the sides or the center. They are available in electric, gas and diesel; two-wheel and automatic all-wheel drive; and two- and four-passenger models.

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