Club Car Onward Four Passenger
What is it?
The Onward was built by one of the biggest and longest-tenured names in the golf car industry — but with the neighborhood in mind. Club Car has been around since 1958, and when it debuted the Onward in 2017, it had one particular mission in mind: Build with the same legacy of craftsmanship and automotive quality that Club Car is known for, but allow for unprecedented levels of customization, so owners truly can showcase their personal style, whether on the course or visiting the local park or shop.
Why is it popular?
Bill Renz, owner of Golf Cars Etc. in Spokane Valley, has been in the business for more than 30 years, and so he takes notice when a vehicle like the Onward really advances the industry. He said what sets the Onward apart is its plethora of smart options.
“Personal transportation vehicles shouldn’t be one size fits all, or else they cease to be personal,” he said. “The intended uses for these vehicles vary by the owner, and the Onward is the best vehicle I’ve seen for helping people personalize it to their own active lifestyle. Impressively, the Onward is sold at a price comparable or better than less-customizable alternatives on today’s market.”
Whether its choosing the color, wheels or various other accessories and accents, the ways to put a personal stamp on the vehicle are numerous. You can even choose between electric or gas options, the latter of which greatly increases the vehicle’s range.
While all these options are wow-worthy on their own, it’s important to remember what all of this personalization is being built upon: Club Car’s 60 years of innovation and industry leadership. The Onward is built on a highly durable, aircraft-quality aluminum frame. This isn’t Club Car’s first rodeo.
NOTE: A version of this article first appeared in the 2019 Liberty Lake Yearbook.