HiSun – make the smart move, and switch to electric

The innovative range of HiSun lithium-ion-powered electric utility vehicles is designed to work just as hard, if not harder, than traditional fuel-powered machines.

There are four models, 5 kW, 7.5 kW, 15 kW and a 4-seater 15 kW. The versatility of these machines makes them ideal for applications in estate management, sports and leisure, events and utility.

HiSun – make the smart move, and switch to electric

HiSun – make the smart move, and switch to electric

The move to electric UTVs offers many benefits over petrol-powered machines. There is no compromise on power, with these latest lithium-ion UTVs providing all the power needed for use in challenging off-road conditions. They are free from harmful carbon emissions, which supports the shift to a virtually zero-carbon economy in the drive to tackle climate change and reduce global warming.

Choosing electric power offers huge savings in fuel costs, with an overnight charge costing around £1. There is also the bonus of no road tax, as electric UTVs can be used both on and off-road. Electric UTVs are usually cheaper to service and maintain with no engine and fewer parts to service.

The quiet electric motor is a key attribute making these machines ideal for driving near animals or in areas where noise must be minimal. An electric UTV has no gearbox, so acceleration is smoother, making for a more comfortable ride.

HiSun UTVs are true multi-functional vehicles. Featuring a winch, tow hitch and cargo bed, they have the versatility to recover and carry equipment and tow-powered machinery.

All models have the option of the DFK fully enclosed cab kit that includes a glass windscreen with wash/wipe, rear screen, metal roof, and lockable doors so that the UTVs can be customised depending on the customer’s requirements.

HiSun vehicles are supported and distributed in the UK by Barrus Ltd.

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