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  • ASIN: B00005BRIQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #695,057 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
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This sturdy plastic car gives toddlers and young preschoolers the basic thrills of a real car, while parents can relax, knowing that this cherry-red sports car can go only as fast as their kids' little feet can carry them. Children sit on a bench-style driver's seat and poke their legs through to the ground. When they start walking, the car begins to scoot. The front wheels swirl like stroller wheels, making them especially responsive to the steering wheel. The front dash features a pretend key with a Little Tikes key chain and a horn button that beeps when pushed. A small storage bin in back can carry traveling gear or simply a stash of road snacks. Approximately 35 inches tall, 25 inches long, and 16 inches wide. --Gail Hudson

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Customer Reviews

She loves pushing it around and being pushed in it.
James Vesely
Then take the right front bar and attach it to the roof and then to the left side, then at this point push right side into hole.
M. Qazi
I would have purchased something else if I had known.
C. Miller

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Nicky's Mom on August 8, 2005
In addition to the tools required listed on the 2 page, 27 step instructions, you will also need: A sledgehammer, Xanax, liquid dish soap, power drill and band aides.

I will start by saying so far my son likes this car. It is still in the house though since the roof is not screwed in because there were no holes to put the screws into. I do not own a power drill, so my son will have to wait for Grandpa to come and finish assembly before I can let him take it outside.

It took 2 hours for me and my brother (both handy enough) to put the car together. The instructions could be explained better plus the pieces did not fit right. For the life of us we could not get the roof on. The left yellow arm would not snap in and neither would the roof. We literally pounded it with a hammer and nothing. We even turned the car upside down and tried pushing them on that way. Then we went on-line and checked the reviews (something I should have done before purchasing the car). A reviewer suggested using dish soap. That and every ounce of strength in your body will do the trick. All the pieces for the roof required the dish soap in order to snap in.

Overall it seems like a durable car since we pounded sections with a hammer and it didn't crack. The door could stay closed better though and the cheesy key and horn could have been a little more updated.

Definitely pay the extra $$ ... whatever the cost ... to have this assembled for you. Can you put a price on your sanity?

The injury to my arm received while trying to pop the roof on is healing nicely.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Aunty Lolie on December 4, 2003
I am addicted to the lil tykes name. This is another hit in our home. It is sturdy and sun! My daughter got this for her 2nd birthday. She LOVES cars and was excited when she saw it.
It has been tumped over on its side and used as a stool, slid all over the house. It withstands EVERYTHING my daughter dishes out!
The extra compartment behind the seat is perfect for a sippy cup as well. But BEWARE only one child fits in this awsome Lil Tykes car!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sherlyn A. Carberry on June 30, 2005
I have twin boys, and boy did they LOVE these things! We did have to get 2 of them of course :) They sat outside in the weather, both winter & summer, and didn't look much different this year, than when we got them 3 years ago.

It's too bad that the sound effects weren't attached to the car instead of the key chain - the key chain of course became lost some where along the road.

My only other warning is the age listing on this toy. They say it is from 18 months to 5 years, and they are correct. After five, my guys started thinking up too many dangerous things to do with them. So we had to hand them down to our neighbors. A family with 4 small children who are now all fighting over the 2 cars - (grin).

But my children really played with these things almost every day, and they both were not happy when it was time to get rid of them - well worth every cent we paid for the pair of them.
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By "sheinshine" on April 23, 2003
This is just as good as the "standard" cozy coupe II only more colorful! It really stands out on the street. When I decided to purchase a ride-on car for my son, I wanted to get him one that wouldn't be confused with the three others on our block. This car fit the bill!
The blue roof is easy to spot and gives my son a sense of uniqueness. The kids often fight over who gets to ride in the "blue car".
As well built and durable as the other coupe cars, this has been a winner with us. Be different. Go Blue!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer B on January 7, 2005
I just bought this blue and red car for my 19 mth old son and the bright pink and purple one for my 3 1/2 yr old daughter. They have been in them almost nonstop since my husband put them together. They have a lot of toys but these seem to be their all time favorites so far. We haven't tried them outside yet because of the weather but they have been having a great time just sitting in them indoors. Fortunately we weren't missing any items like some of the other reviewers and it took about an hour to assemble for my husband who is good at putting things together. He had to drill a few things and use a hammer to make everything fit perfectly but other than that no problems. The website for the magenta one is misleading though since it does just have a button horn and not the multiple sticker panel featured. And the "vanity" plates are just stickers with "Little Tikes" on them. The key ignition is just a plastic clicking sound too. So you might think you are getting a more deluxe product by reading their description. It is however still a great product in my opinion and we are very pleased with it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Ross on June 25, 2005
Chalk up another reviewer as frustated to DEATH because the instructions may as well have been written in a language foreign to me. They just don't work - and you end up assembling how you "think" it should go, but be prepared to still be miffed that you can't "follow" simple directions.

As for the roof, I'm going to have my husband try to use the previous posters suggestions because I finagled it for almost and hour and couldn't get the sucker on.

He'll also have to drill new holes for one of the wheels because the existing holes don't line up enough to get the "axle" through.

I know he'll love it - the neighbors have one and he lives in it, but I agree with a previous review - pay the $10 to have it assembled in the store.
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