"You want less vehicle noise to deer hunt. But most electric UTVs are glorified golf carts, with not nearly enough power. I almost bought a Polaris electric, but heard the battery power wouldn't last. We took the Intimidator Electric out in the first snow. It was 20 degrees, and I was skeptical. But we drove it up and down steep hills and still had 70% battery left. You can't hear it just 20 yards off the trail. Intimidator is more heavily built -- and so much beefier -- than Polaris. Plus, because it's taller and wider than a Polaris electric, there's room for three instead of only two."
"The price was fair. UTVs all seem to be in the same general area on price, but Intimidator is much better built. In fact, it's built like a brick-you-know-what. You can see the quality in the welds and the thickness of the steel. It's U.S.-made, from the Bad Boy family of mowers, which is a reputable brand that Zac Benson also sells."
Intimidator ingenuity and creativity has taken the high-end golf cart concept to an entirely new level, creating the eNVY. Which, in turn, created a new side-by-side UTV category: The Neighborhood Vehicle. This ultra-quiet A/C machine will get some major attention whether you're golfing, cruising the neighborhood with your family, or putting it to work.
Check out three models of the eNVY online here and (exclusively) at Benson Ace Hardware. See why the eNVY is different from the crossover competition.