Lithium Battery Conversion

Converting to lithium batteries in wet cell car systems, like those in golf carts, offers a transformative leap in both performance and sustainability.

Lithium batteries provide a higher energy density, meaning they deliver more power while being significantly lighter than traditional wet cell batteries. This weight reduction alone can markedly improve the vehicle’s speed and handling. Additionally, lithium batteries boast a much longer lifespan—they can cycle thousands more times than wet cells before their capacity diminishes. This longevity translates into fewer battery replacements, lowering the long-term ownership costs. Snow birds benefit even more due to no battery watering required when not home.

Moreover, lithium batteries are virtually maintenance-free, eliminating the need for regular water top-ups and decreasing the risks associated with acid leaks and spills. They also charge much faster, ensuring that vehicles are ready to use more quickly, which is especially beneficial in commercial or frequent-use scenarios. Environmentally, lithium batteries are a cleaner option, with a more sustainable life cycle and disposal process compared to lead-acid batteries. Opting for a lithium battery conversion thus aligns with eco-friendly practices and helps in reducing the carbon footprint of battery-powered vehicles.

Lithium Battery Conversion Options for Golf Cars Lets make wet cell a thing of the past. We offer two types of lithium conversion styles:

1) Single Pack Drop-In

  • Simple setup with only one pack to manage.
  • No messy acid leaks.
  • 105 Amp-hour pack.
  • 5-year warranty.
  • Estimated range of 50 to 60 miles.

Cost: $3,000 – $3,500 (depending on upgrades).

2) Multi-Battery Drop-In

  • Lighter weight.
  • Visual condition monitoring of each battery.
  • Redundancy: if one battery fails, the cart continues to run.
  • 8-year warranty (4 years free replacement, 4 years prorated).
  • Flexible configuration from 2 to 4 batteries.
  • Up to 120 Amp-hours for extended range.

Cost: $3,500 – $4,000 (depending on your needs).

Got Questions?

Each store has factory trained mechanics, with years of experience to keep your Club Car running smoothly. Problems that occur are solved competently and quickly. Each of our service centers is equipped with specialized tools, proprietary diagnostic equipment and repair machinery. Factory-provided training, technical manuals, regular factory service bulletins and on-call assistance through Club Car’s Technical Hotline make all the difference to our customers’ peace of mind when it comes to keeping their Club Cars in good shape.

Yes. Golf Cars of Arizona, Southern Arizona’s only factory-authorized Club Car dealer, strictly adheres to the business ethics and standards demanded by the manufacturer.

Buying a golf car is a lot like buying an automobile. It is a big ticket item, and choosing the right dealer will make all the difference in your long-term satisfaction. The same is true for selecting service and parts for your golf car.

Servicing a golf cart takes around 45 minutes. Repairs will depend on what is required, an estimate will be given at the time the cart is brought in. 

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