Test: Compact trolleys
Two of the newest compact electric trollies go head-to-head
Motocaddy and Powakaddy.
Size is everything when it comes to technology, and smaller is generally better. It’s so important for electric trolleys that the two market leaders, Powakaddy and Motocaddy, are locked in a size war. Motocaddy started the “compact” trend with their M-series a few years ago; Powakaddy hit back last year with the Compact C2, and then C2i
for 2018. But Motocaddy has just launched a whole new M family, aimed at size and space-conscious golfers. Motocaddy say that compact trolleys account for 30% of sales, and they’re expecting that to rise to 50% thanks to the new M family. So we thought it only fair to put the two leading models head-to-head to see how they measure up.