Prepare for some exciting off-road adventures with this Power Wheels Dune Racer in Red. The frame is made from steel, and the open cockpit has enough space for 2 riders. The Monster Traction drive system on the Power Wheels can go over hard surfaces, wet grass & rough terrains. It also comes with a storage unit that's designed to store your toys & other necessities. The black against red makes for a great contrast, and the tires have bright chrome wheels & grills. The dune features metal sidebars to provide support with power lock brakes, and the vehicle comes with a charger and 12-volt battery.
Spent much time deciding what 12v ride on the purchase for my three year old’s birthday. So glad we chose this one! I have three boys, 9, 5, and 3, and this dune racer is exciting times to all of them. Assembly is time consuming, but a nice product in the end. We keep it at the 2.5 mph speed for the three year old. The older boys love to let loose at the 5mph speed. The dune racer is definitely different from all of the typical car, suv, Jeep ride ons. Definitely more rugged!
This was the hit of our grand son's 5th birthday party. It took a bit to put it all together, but the end result was more than worth it. It's more than fast enough in high gear and holds two small children easily. An added bonus is the width, so we don't have to worry about him flipping it, although it does have two steel side bars. He was thrilled to get this present, and even took some girls for a ride.
My granddad and my mom got this car for my son's 4th birthday. We were told in store that there should only be about 3 parts to put together. When I got it home... There were more like 300.(Exaggerated a little, but there were wayyyyy more than 3 parts!!) But no problem! I can follow instructions so I put it together. He rode for about 10 minutes before the pin that they give to keep the tire on, broke off and damaged a car in my driveway. I know I am part to blame for not purchasing a warranty, but I thought it would last longer than 10 minutes. My son has been heartbroken ever since, which breaks my heart, because he cannot ride it and I can't find anything to keep the tire on. If anyone has any suggestions on this, it would be greatly appreciated. I do have to say though, other than it being a lot of work and the pin breaking off, my son LOVED it and I LOVED seeing him enjoy it. It ended up being worth it, to go through the hassle of putting it together. I just wish the pin would have lasted.