Motocaddy has unveiled its new line-up of M Series power trolleys with the launch of upgraded M3 GPS and M3 GPS DHC models, followed by the brand new M7 GPS with remote-control touchscreen, which goes on sale later this summer.  

The comprehensive range of compact-folding electric trolleys now comprises nine different models, including the M1 and M1 DHC, the M5 GPS and M5 GPS DHC; the M7 REMOTE and the flagship M-TECH GPS.

All M-Series models either offer a separate DHC option or feature the automatic Downhill Control function as standard. This enables them to maintain a constant speed while moving down a gradient, coupled with an electronic parking brake and special ‘all-terrain’ DHC wheels.Incorporating a lightweight waterproof Lithium battery, the compact M-Series is powered by an next generation 28V motor, while the space-saving inverting wheels allows the trolley to fold down to a compact size for easy transportation and storage. The trolley handle is adjustable to any height, while the brand’s EASILOCK connection system removes the need for a lower bag strap. All models also feature a USB charging port.M3 GPS 

The new M3 GPS has received a technological upgrade, with the addition of a new dynamic green view mode which updates to display the shape of the green being played, plus the ability to move the flag position on its 2.8-inch LCD touchscreen display. The M3 GPS can also connect to the Motocaddy GPS app via Bluetooth for optional smartphone alerts, plus course and software updates.

Additional features include yardages for more than 40,000 preloaded courses around the world with front, middle and back distances, plus hazards; a super‑lightweight Lithium battery with on-board charging; shot distance measurement; on-course AED locator and CPR instructions; clock and round timer; plus Adjustable Distance Control up to 60 yards in five-yard increments.

It is available in Graphite/Lime colour scheme at the following RRP’s – Standard Lithium battery £829.99, Ultra Lithium battery (£879.99). The M3 GPS DHC is also available at an RRP of £879.99 for Standard Lithium battery and £929.99 for the Ultra version.


The brand new M7 GPS is the world’s first remote-control touchscreen trolley, featuring fully-integrated GPS for over 40,000 courses through its high resolution 3.5-inch display. It also features cellular connectivity through the Motocaddy Performance Plan that unlocks a selection of features that are available on a 12-month free trial with the purchase of the trolley, Extra features include:

Full hole mapping across 40,000 courses directly onto the trolley handle;
Detailed green view with greenside hazards and drag & drop pin positions;
Score & statistics tracking through the trolley’s touchscreen display;
Performance analysis through the free Motocaddy GPS app;
Real-time course updates to ensure access to the latest mapping;
Notifications of software updates and ‘on-the-go’ downloads.

The new M7 GPS also features a rechargeable remote-control handset to manoeuvre the trolley forward, left, right and in reverse, with a handy pause and resume feature, plus handset lock function to prevent it from being engaged accidentally. The remote offers an impressive 50-meter range for the golfer to feel in control at all times. The M7 GPScan also switch readily from remote to manual mode and back again if the user wants to control it from the handle like a regular trolley via the speed control button. The super-responsive LCD touchscreen display incorporates all of the high-performance GPS functions found on the

M5 GPS and M-TECH GPS models including Dynamic Green view, clock, round timer, score tracking and shot distance measurement. It also combines automatic Downhill Control with the latest advances in remote control technology to offer the ultimate in responsive control, plus a removable anti-tip rear wheel to provide the trolley with stability uphill. RRP: £1,399.

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