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Electric Utility Vehicle Range from STAR EV Set to Shine

Electric Utility Vehicle Range from STAR EV Set to Shine

Electric power, it’s a hot topic and rightly so. There’s no reason why transportation shouldn’t be predominantly all electric in the next ten years, but you need the right products to make that a reality which is where STAR EV steps in. 

This rising brand from an award-winning company launches in the UK with a comprehensive range of 28 lithium and sealed battery-powered utility vehicles. Leading technology, world-class innovation, breadth of range, strong value proposition and peak performance, STAR EV has it all.  

All the small, medium and large capacity electric UTVs for transporting 4–22 people or carrying materials have the following in common: rapid charge, a good mileage per charge, an extensive warranty – up to six years – along with the usual no more emissions and no more pollution stance. It’s no surprise that STAR EV has taken North America by storm. 

Decision-makers and procurement officers will note the fact that some models are road-legal for city use in food delivery applications, around compounds such as Ministry of Defence sites and prisons, and in retail and warehouse sites, among many, wherever there’s the need to move anything, product or person, from A to B in the efficient and green way, the range from STAR EV is it. 

“Electric powered vehicles and equipment is not a new business for us. Last year we launched the industry-leading all-electric greens mower for golf courses and sports stadiums and the first all-electric compact tractor into the agricultural and landscape sector. We could tell immediately there was a growing customer focus on reducing fuel consumption with an interest and need for greener, cleaner utility vehicle options,” said managing director David Cole.

“Wherever you are and whatever sector you’re in, the ability to work more quietly, earlier and for longer will be an advantage. There simply has to be the choice to buy electric and we identified a choice gap in the market for a comprehensive range of electric utility vehicles.”

There’s so much choice within the range, alongside the option to configure vehicles to the exact requirements for the job. The Capella series for example has six different utility box upgrades, two bed lengths, optional doors and two or four passenger capacity. In all the models, comfort is paramount. 

The range is brought to the UK by distributor Reesink e-Vehicles, a new division dedicated solely to electric vehicles for the award-winning turfcare distributor Reesink Turfcare headquartered at St Neots in Cambridgeshire. 

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