Manufacturers like Taylor Dunn offer electric vehicles with rugged chassis and clearance designed for outdoor applications like orchards, farms, gardens, vineyards, nurseries and large private estates. Here are some customer favorites:
Electric Utility Vehicles for Landscaping / Groundskeeping
For something more robust, Taylor-Dunn’s standard Bigfoot is durable, reliable and has a low cost of ownership. The Bigfoot has a top speed of 12 mph and can travel 30 miles on a single charge. It can carry up to 3,000 lbs and tow up to 7,500 lbs. This vehicle also comes standard with some niceties for the operator like adjustable steering wheel tilt and cup holders.
Standard features include:
- 48 volt AC power
- LED lighting
- hydraulic disc brakes
- regenerative braking
- recessed tie-downs
- Smart View display
- and a heavy duty all-gear drive train
The vehicle can be customized to just about any application. Options include: various hitches, fold-away seats, steel cab/doors, a portable charger, aluminum drop-down sides, lockable cargo box, and many more. View the spec sheet for Taylor-Dunn's Bigfoot models (PDF).
Electric Carts for Greenhouses and Nurseries
For nursery or greenhouse applications, we sell a wide range of electric carts, burden carriers and tow tractors. Taylor-Dunn’s SC-100 burden carrier is a best seller. It’s ideal for maneuvering through narrow aisles and pathways and helps the operator be more productive.
The SC-100 48V has all steel unitized body with automotive differential and 48 volt GT drive system. It has a 1,000 lb load capacity, 5,000 lb tow capacity and can be outfitted with a step ladder. Download the PDF spec sheet for complete details on the SC-100.
For more information on any of the material handling equipment described above, view our current inventory of electric and gas utility vehicles . Or, contact us online with any questions, or by phone:
East Bay - Livermore (510) 473-8151
Fresno (559) 834-9500
Sacramento (916) 376-0500
Salinas (831) 757-1091
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