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Please use the following information to determine the model and year of your cart.
The serial number can be located on the frame near the air filter canister, or below the driver's side rear bumper.
G1~1979 The G-1 was the first two-stroke powered golf car to have an oil injection system as standard equipment.
It was also the first model to have a solid-state electronic ignition system.
The electric version of the G-1 came along one year later, in 1980.
GAS-G1                              ELECTRIC-G1
J10-000101=1979               J14-000101=1980
J10-007705=1980               J14-100101=1981
J10-030101=1981               J22-000101=1982
J17-000101=1982               J26-000101=1983
J24-000101=1983               J36-000101=1984
J31-000101=1984               J36-010101=1985
J31-100101=1985               J36-011212=1986
G2~1985 The G-2 was the first golf car to feature a 4-stroke, overhead valve engine.
It was also the first golf car to have an injected molded, plastic front and rear body.
GAS-G2                              ELECTRIC-G2
J38-000101=1985               J41-000101=1985
J38-007101=1986               J41-016101=1986
J38-020101=1987               J41-030101=1987
J38-071101=1988               J41-053101=1988
JA2-000001=1988               JE2-000001=1988
J55-000101=1989               J56-000101=1989
J55-100120=1990               J56-100101=1990
J55-200101=1991               J56-200101=1991
G3~1986 Standard features included deluxe bucket seats, headlights, tail lights, turn signals,
a tempered glass windshield, lockable glove box, and a large front storage compartment.
GAS-G3                              ELECTRIC-G3
J42-000101=1986               J46-000101=1987
G5~1990 The G-5 replaced the G-3 model as the next generation "Sun Classic". Improvements to the G-5 included, lightweight,
high-strength Metton® resin body panels, a rack & pinion steering system, a rear view mirror and sun top integrated air vents to cool passengers
GAS-G5                              ELECTRIC-G5
J50-000101=1990               J51-000101=1990
J50-100101=1991               J51-100101=1991
J50-200103=1992               J51-200101=1992
G8~1990 The G-8 was first golf car that utilized a semi-independent rear suspension that included coil over shocks.
GAS-G8                              ELECTRIC-G8
JF2-000007=1990               JF3-000005=1990
JF2-100101=1991               JF3-100101=1991
JF2-200101=1992               JF3-200101=1992
JF2-300101=1993               JF3-300101=1993
JF2-400101=1994               JF3-400101=1994
G9~1991Based on the G-2 model, the G-9 was designed to be a value conscious fleet alternative to the G-8 model.
GAS-G9                              ELECTRIC-G9
JG5-000101=1991               JG6-000001=1991
JG5-100101=1992               JG6-100101=1992
JG5-200103=1993               JH7-000125=1992
JG5-300101=1994               JH7-100101=1993
JG5-400101=1995               JH7-200149=1994
G11~1993 Yamaha's first Utility Vehicle had a durable steel front bumper, a solid, all-aluminum bed with folding tailgate and a trailer hitch.
The 1996 G-11 featured a larger 301 cc motor and a impact-resistant front bumper.
G14~1996 A new larger engine (300 cc) and a longer and wider stance than earlier models made the G-14 the ultimate golf car, hence the name Ultima. The G-14 was the first golf car to have a 360° body protection system (Yamaha's Sentry Wraparound Protection System™) and blow-molded 5 mph impact-resistant front and rear bumpers.
GAS-G14                              ELECTRIC-G14
JN3-100101=1995               JN4-100101=1995
JN3-200101=1996               JN4-200101=1996
G16~1996 The G-16 was the next generation Ultima model. Improvements included an improved 301cc engine,
a re-designed primary clutch and 4 factory available body colors.
GAS-G16                              ELECTRIC-G16
JN6-000101=1996               JN8-000101=1996
JN6-100101=1997               JN8-100101=1997
JN6-200101=1998               JN8-200101=1998
JN6-300101=1999               JN8-300101=1999
JN6-400101=2000               JN8-400101=2000
G19~1996 Yamaha's first 48 volt electric golf car. The G-19 featured such innovative features as a
roll-away safety protection and regenerative braking.
G20~2000 Yamaha's first production multi-passenger vehicle carried 4 passengers in comfort and style
and was equipped with standard features like 4-wheel brakes.
G21~2001 The replacement to the G-11, the G-21 model featured 4-wheel brakes and a larger engine than its predecessor.
G22(GMax)~2003 Standard features on both models included a newly designed brake pedal (with top left parking brake), Ergo-Shade sun top and Tru-Trak rack & pinion steering. In addition, the 4-stroke model received a powerful 357 cc motor, while the 48 volt electric model received the advanced Genius System.
G23~2005 The G-23 (U-MAX Medium Duty I) was one of 5 new utility vehicles for 2005. Available in gas and electric it had a large roto-molded polyethylene dump bed, a 12 volt DC accessory outlet and standard head & tail lights.
G27~2005 The G-27 (U-Max Light Duty) was one of 5 new utility vehicles for 2005. The G-27 model was available in gas and electric included a lifted suspension, a tough roto-molded polyethylene dump bed and standard head & tail lights.
G28~2005 The flagship of the 2005 Yamaha utility line-up was the G-28 (U-MAX Medium Duty II). It had a lifted suspension, a large roto-molded polyethylene dump bed and featured standard head & tail lights.
YDR(Drive)~2007The DRIVE features several industry firsts including an internal wet-brake transaxle that eliminates the need for brake drums and shoes, an automotive-style dash and an ATV inspired clutch that provides better response and greater hill climbing ability.

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