- Mileage: 1
- Street (optional): 16330 S. US Hwy. 441
- City: The Villages
- State: Florida
- Zip/Postal Code: 32162
2011 Yamaha Drive Gas.
High performance gear. Sunbrella enclosure with valance. Flatback zippered window and club protector. Folding, tinted, and contoured windshield. 10 inch alloy tires. Luxury bolstered seat with folding arms. Custom floor mat. LED roof bar light. Sand bottle. 6 months of 24 hour Cart Club membership.
2 convenient locations, CR 466 , 1/2 mile east of Morse Blvd, and Hwy 441 just north of CR 42.
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