Motocaddy has upgraded the S1 and S3 Pro trolleys for 2016 to bring an improved look to the proven engineering found under the hood.
Both the models have new styling and enhanced hi-tech performance features that David Wells, Chairman of Motocaddy, says will add to their existing popularity:
The latest S1 is a great trolley designed for golfers of all ages and abilities. It’s incredibly sturdy and easy to use and the S1 family has proved itself to be the golfer’s best friend for a decade.
We’ve responded to requests for features that are most regularly used on the S3 PRO and made it much easier for the golfer to access them.
Both the trolleys now feature a soft-touch ergonomic handle, low-profile quick release wheels and a new streamlined battery tray that accommodates the full range of batteries Motocaddy offers.
The trolleys are easy to get up and down thanks to the Quickfold mechanism and both incorporate the Easilock bag to trolley connection system that Motocaddy introduced in 2014 across its entire bag range.
Nine speed settings, a battery indicator, whisper-quiet motor and adjustable bag supports complete the features shared by the S1 and the S3 Pro.
The S3 Pro also boasts a new, more-user friendly, hi-resolution full colour screen whose simplified layout makes it even easier for golfers to access the range of functions the S3 offers.
These include Adjustable Distance Control up to 60 yards, a USB charging port, a CartLock security pin code and three distance measurements for drive, round and lifetime.
Both the S1 and the S3 Pro come with option of either a Lead-acid battery or the choice of a Standard or Extended Lithium battery.
Over 80% of overall Motocaddy trolley sales for the period leading up to Christmas 2015 were fitted with Lithium batteries. With the release of the new trolleys Motocaddy has made Lithium even more affordable by bringing the price gap between Lithium and Lead-acid batteries to just £100.
The S1 and S3 Pro join the S1 Lite push trolley and the S7 Remote to form a complete line-up that Motocaddy says covers every aspect of the golf trolley market.