Westward Vehicles is leading the way with compact, specialized, sustainable fleet utility vehicles.
Whether you’re looking for parking enforcement vehicles, food service, delivery or an energy efficient vehicle for your landscape business, Westward has you covered. Many models and options to choose from. Please take a look around and let us know how we can help.
Westward MAX-EV Off-Road Vehicle
This robust, zero-emission, electric off-road vehicle will come standard with turf tires and wider fenders. The MAX-EV ORV makes a fluid transition to off-road as standard features already include: 4 wheel independent suspension, 4 wheel hydraulic disc brakes and a robust uber-tough 2.5 steel full rollbar chassis. The new base MAX-EV ORV will come standard with an open canopy, 6kw Lithiu-Ion battery and flat deck. Customers will be able to order a base model starting at a new lower MSRP. Option up to larger batteries as desired. Enclose the vehicle with options to accommodate your needs: roof, DOT windshield, signal package, doors, heat and more.
Built in North America with availability typically being 18-22 weeks! (depending on model and customizations).
ORV or LSV? Which Westward Vehicle Best Serves Your Needs?
LSV’s (on-road low-speed vehicle) provide more flexibility for the diverse needs of companies, universities and government agencies. The MAX-EV is an electric workhorse that is specifically designed to be used for work-site maintenance, vector control, street painting and cleaning and many other work environments. Also available as an ORV (off-road vehicle). See video and description above.
Electric Vehicles are a Better Long-Term Solution
Zero emissions: Electric vehicles have a real environmental impact. Reduced carbon footprint, reduced running costs and tax incentives make them an attractive option for personal purposes, city fleets, university parking & mail departments, campus maintenance, indoor construction sites and the last-mile delivery industry. An MIT interactive online tool estimates that on average, a light duty vehicle will produce 189 grams of carbon dioxide for every mile driven over its lifetime. By contrast a new similar, gasoline-fueled vehicle is estimated to produce 385 grams per mile.
Save on escalating fuel costs: According to the US Department of Energy, charging an electric car costs about half as much as fueling a gasoline-powered car. Sometimes charging may be offered as a free benefit (included in public parking costs). Home charging may take take advantage of overnight reduced utility rates. See how much you can save with our Fuel Saving Calculator.
Reduced maintenance: To keep an electric car running costs less when compared to conventional automobiles, as stated by Forbes. When compared to combustion units, some vehicles run on the latest Lithium-ion batteries that balance themselves for a longer lifecycle.
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