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- Disney Cars 6v Battery Powered Ride-on Quad
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Your little one will love riding around on this Disney Cars Quad. The battery-powered ride-on is controlled with a push-button for easy stop and go. It has ATV wheels, which provide a safe and smooth ride during acceleration and braking, and overall balance. The quad drives at a max speed of 2 mph on hard surfaces for additional safety. Disney Cars Quad 6-Volt Battery-Powered Ride-On: 1 speed Drives at a max speed of 2 mph on hard surfaces Controlled with a push-button for easy stop and go ATV wheels provide a safe and smooth ride Requires one 6-volt battery (battery and charger included) Battery charge time: 8-10 hours Battery delivers up to 60 minutes of run time Dimensions: 27.56"W x 14.96"H x 16.93"D Maximum weight capacity: 45 lbs Some assembly required 90-day warranty with receipt of purchase
Top customer reviews
- Turn Radius: This was pretty poor, it couldn't make the turn from driveway to sidewalk for my son. To fix this you need to disconnect the steering column and remove the column/handlebars then trim the notches in the hole to allow more turning.
- Range: You can fit a second 6V 4.5ah battery under the seat quite easily. You can hook it up in parallel for added run time or just leave it there so you can swap batteries if you're out on a walk and he runs out of juice (might need to carry a screwdriver to remove the seat then)
- Rough Terrain: barely moves through a yard and constantly gets stuck when the single drive wheel lifts off the ground. To fix this I acquired a second motor from a craigslist quad and put it in, goes like a champ now!
-No reverse: This can also be modded in utilizing an SPDT switch.
Overall, not the best platform, but not the worst. Shortcomings can be fixed if you're okay modifying the toy. The size is very nice for the 1-3yo group, though the younger kids tend to have a little trouble with the finger "go" button. If you plan on using this in a yard and don't want to bother with converting it to 2WD yourself I recommend you stay away from this one and find a model that drives both rear wheels.