Power Wheels Cars

This is one of those hubs that you will be shaking your head and saying "I wish we had the toys our kids have now when we were kids". So many new and exciting things. One of them is Power Wheels. I remember how excited I  was just ti have a car to pedal  around the house. Now they have battery operated Power Wheels. Kids can have far sweeter rides than their parents! They can drive around a Cadillac, Jeep or even their own Escalade. As parents we really enjoy how cute our kids look in their Power wheels. They make a great Birthday present! Make a backyard driver out of your child!

Fisher-Price Power Wheels Jeep Rubicon

The Power Wheel Jeep Rubicon is the updated version of the Jeep Wrangler. This Jeep is a two seater that is powered by a rechargeable 12 V battery. It has two speeds, reverse and forward. It has a maximum speed of 2.5 mph forwards and backwards. Parent reviews gave this product high marks on durability and fun. Parent comment that although it takes while to charge the battery the battery lasts a long while. The jeep is easy to drive and does well in wet or dry grass.

Fisher-Price Power Wheels Ford Mustang

The Fisher Price Power wheels Ford mustang has a lot of sporty features including chrome wheels and a glossy red finish. This Power wheel is a tow seater that has cup holders,beeping horn and many gage lights. Vehicle comes with a 12 V battery and a charger. The Power Wheel has a revers and a forward. it also goes 2.5 Mph to 5 mph. The car has a radio with two prerecorded songs. The radio lights up when played. Customer reviews are overall favorable. On customer did state the vehicle had a hard time with traction due to the plastic wheels. Read the customer comments for more details!

The Power Wheels F150 truck is ready for off road driving! This rugged truck has a lift up hood to reveal a realistic motor. It goes from 3 1/2 miles per hour to six. It has reverse and forward. It has a weight limit of 75 pounds. This truck runs on a 6 V rechargeable battery system. Parent reviews are mostly favorable. Parents report the battery lasts around two and a half days. Parents state it takes about 60 minutes to put this truck together. This product averaged four stars in durability and four stars in fun!

This is not Power Wheels brand but it definitely caught my attention. This tough looking Mighty wheels jeep is made by National Products Limited. It can fit two passengers. It even has a drop down tail gate for extra storage. It operates on a 12 V battery and has a speed of 2.5 MPH to 5 MPH. Over all it received favorable parent reviews. It rates a four and half out of five stars.

The Fisher Price  Power  Wheels Barbie Jammin Jeep is a cute pink and purple two seater. Made for girls ages 3 to 6, this jeep has a functional FM radio. There is even a digital clock on the dash. It has forward and reverse and has two speeds 2.5 MPH and 5 MPH. It can hold up to 130 pounds. It runs on a 12 Volt rechargeable battery. Parent and grandparent reviews are positive. Most adults commented on how they loved to watch their little ones drive around. Other reviews share how durable the vehicle is. Even though the jeep was driven into buildings and over ditches it still kept running! Get one while you can This Item is difficult to keep in stock

A bit about safety

If you are seriously considering purchasing a Power Wheels toy car please consider the following safety recommendations

  • Adult Supervision required
  • Never Ride at Night
  • Never ride near swimming pools, other bodies of water or stairs.
  • Only two children ride at a time
  • Always sit on the seat and always wear shoes
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The Fisher Price Power wheels Ultimate Terrain Traction Jeep Hurricane is a vehicle to make us parents jealous! This two seater has a lot of cool feature for your child to enjoy! The tires allow your child to go over all kinds of terrain. It has a working FM radio and cup holders for those juices boxes! It is powered by a 12 Volt rechargeable battery. It has the standard two speed, 2.5 MPH and 5 MPH. It also has a safety brake system. If your little one is not pressing the gas the vehicle stops.Parent gave this jeep high marks in durability and fun. Some parents commented on how large this vehicle is compared to other Power Wheels.

Barbie always has all the coolest stuff! And this shiny Pink Cadillac Escalade is no exception! It can hold two children and runs on a rechargeable 12 Volt battery. Check out the chrome wheels and the Grill! The Escalade has a working FM radio and doors that open and shut. Your children can look through the windows as they drive! One customer review is very favorable to this Cadillac. This parent believes they got a lot of value for their money because their three year old daughter will be able to drive it for three or four more years! The Cadillac Escalade also comes in black.

Power Wheels Black Cadillac Escalade 2008 - Toys R Us Exclusive

The Power Wheels Dune racer is an amazing looking little Dune Buggy! This two seat vehicle is made for cruisin around the yard. This vehicle has "Monster traction" that can go over lots of terrain. This vehicle has forward and reverse and two speeds, 2.5 MPH and 5 MPH. This vehicle has a front storage compartment and seat belts. This is the car that is featured at the top of the page!

Power Wheels Dune

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drbj 6 years ago from south Florida

Hi, Ms Chievous. Kids are really fortunate today with the choice of small battery-powered wheels to run around in. In the past, if we were fortunate enough to get a small car to ride in, the only way we had power was with our feet. Great exercise, of course, but very tiring. Not everything was grand about the "old days."


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breakfastpop 6 years ago

These are fabulous toys. I think I could ride one to the supermarket!

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