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Power Wheels Ford F150

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  • The Fisher-Price Powerwheels F-150 is sporty, tough, and fun to drive—just like the real thing
  • Equipped with Power Wheels® Ultimate Terrain Traction
  • Popular Ford F-150 styling plus a real-working FM radio, cool motor sounds, lift-and-lower tailgate with roomy truck bed
  • Drives 2.5 mph and 5 mph (max.) on hard surfaces and grass; 2.5 mph (max.) reverse.
  • This item is not for sale in Catalina Island
  • Ruts, grass, gravel, mud, and more! Will not get stuck where the others do
  • Pretend seatbelts, built-in cup holders and a battery charge indicator.
  • A high-performance drive system that takes on the toughest backyard driving conditions like never before
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Product Description

Product Description

The Power Wheels Ford F-150 is a two-seat, 12-volt rider that's loaded with hands-on features for drivers.

Adventure and exploration await when your child is in the driver's seat of a Fisher Price Power Wheels vehicle! The Fisher Price Power Wheels Ford F150 is a battery-operated ride-on vehicle that your child can really drive. Your child will gain a real sense of independence playing "grown up" driving a "real" car, and he or she can have great fun practicing coordination skills by steering, stopping, and driving in reverse!

The Ford F150 is a battery-operated vehicle that your child can really drive.

Truck includes great details such as dashboard storage, a working fuel gauge, and a working FM radio.
Just Like a Real Truck!
Designed for children ages three to about six (65-pound maximum weight per passenger), the Power Wheels Ford F150 operates with a real steering wheel and foot pedal -- just like a real truck. Powered by a rechargeable 12-volt battery, the truck can drive up to five miles per hour. The car is designed to travel at a max of 2.5 MPH at first, when your child is a beginning driver: when he or she becomes more experienced, just remove the safety mechanism to reach maximum speed! The vehicle also features a specially designed safety braking system, which automatically stops the vehicle when the foot is removed from the pedal. The truck can also go in reverse at up to 2.5 MPH. The truck includes great details such as chrome accents, hot foiled badges, play seatbelts, dashboard storage, and a working "fuel gauge" that monitors battery level.

Ride in Style!
The truck features lots of cool details that will have your child riding in style. He or she can pop some juice in the cup holder, load up the roomy truck bed with gear, turn up the real, working FM radio, and drive off to exciting adventures! There's room for a friend in the passenger seat, too (up to 65 pounds). The Ford F150 also features the Power Wheels Ultimate Terrain Traction. With this advanced tire package, the truck can "off-road" into areas that others can't handle: It can drive over thick, wet grass, muddy areas, gravel, and other small backyard obstacles such as tree roots and garden hoses. This vehicle requires a 12-volt rechargeable battery designed specifically for this toy, which is included with your purchase, as well as a battery charger. It also requires four C batteries (not included) to operate the FM radio. This Power Wheels toy is covered by a limited 1-year "Bumper-to-Bumper" warranty from the manufacturer.

What's in the Box
1 Power Wheels Ford F150 ride-on toy, 12-volt rechargeable battery, and battery charger.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 29.5 x 35.5 x 51.8 inches
Item Weight 93.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 95.2 pounds
Item model number K8285
Manufacturer recommended age 3 years and up
Batteries 4 12V batteries required. (included)
Best Sellers Rank #367,427 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#75 in Toys & Games > Bikes, Skates & Ride-Ons > Electric Vehicles
#2,014 in Toys & Games > Bikes, Skates & Ride-Ons > Ride-On Toys
#133,113 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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3.3 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By Francis Wright III on December 30, 2007
We bought this for our 5 year old son for Christmas. Previously he has been driving around a "Power Wheels" Jeep that was my daughter's until she outgrew it, so we can give you a head-to-head comparison between the two. The F150 is quite a bit bigger than the Jeep, it came in a HUGE box! It is wider, taller and longer; and has much more clearance underneath. There is some assembly involved as well as applying of decals, but the instructions are good and the assembly is nothing complicated. I haven't seen this mentioned before in the reviews, but the "Monster Traction" feature comes by way of a separate electric motor driving each rear wheel (2 motors total). Typical Power Wheels have a single electric motor driving one rear wheel while the other rear wheel free-wheels. The Monster Traction definitely works, the Jeep gets stuck in certain places in our yard (particularly on the grade changes between pavement and grass) while the F150 easily breezes across those same areas. But here's something you need to know, if you install the low speed lockout on a Monster Traction vehicle, it no longer has Monster Traction! Only the right rear wheel is active at low speed and in reverse. As a result, it gets stuck on all but the most solid terrain in low speed or in reverse. In reading some of the complaints about traction here I'm guessing this is due to low speed running. You've got to keep it on high to take advantage of the Monster Traction driving both rear wheels.

Other comments- the construction is very robust like all F-P Power Wheels vehicles, it'll no doubt last a long time. The radio is a neat feature for the kids to play with. Reception isn't fantastic, but they like it just fine. The F150 is nicely finished out and looks close enough to the real thing to make our son feel like he's driving a vehicle rather than riding on a toy. I rate this as an excellent purchase for the money and fully expect it to last many years just as the Jeep has.
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We bought this for our 3-year-old daughter for her 3rd birthday. She simply loves it!!! I had started researching ride-on toys when she was 2 and was torn between a few different models (fisher Price and Perego) and after reading reviews and going to the stores to see them in person we settled on this model - It has been by far an EXCELLENT choice.

Assembly was a breeze and took about 30 minutes (not including sticker placement). It is built rather solidly and only required a screwdriver. Of course though, I believe i used a mallet to tap on an item or two.

The seat is adjustable to accommodate your child as they grow and it even has fake little seatbealts (velco) to plant the seed of safety at an early age. Not only does my daughter put it on everytime she gets in the truck, but she also buckles in her stuffed animals who always accompany her for the ride.

It has a working tailgate and area (bed) for her to put extra stuffed animals, toys, (our cat) and anything else she decides to put back there.

we have about an acre of land (bermuda grass) and the truck has done well over the entire yard (our yard is mostly flat). As mentioned by another reviewer, in low speed we noticed an area or two where it had problems going from the grass to the driveway, but in high gear nothing has stopped it yet.

We were first worried that perhaps after getting our daughter this truck she wouldn't want to ride her tricycle or big wheeel anymore - it has not been the case. She actually takes all three out of our shed, parks them in the driveway and switches between them as she loses interest.
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Fisher price power wheels ford F150
My grandson enjoys his F150, (just like his Papa's) immensly. He rides it every day. He is 3 1/2 years old and pretends he is riding it to the store, going camping etc. He loads his Power wheels up and puts the tailgate down to unload. He has a great time enjoying his new power wheels,(he out grew his smaller one)
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I have a 4 and 2 yr old boys, so it made sense to spend the money for something they both would enjoy. However I was a bit disappointed with the product.

The assembly was not too difficult, but it took me 1 1/2 hours to do. For one specific task you need a very short screwdriver otherwise you can't get the screw on. The truck looks good, is the right size and fits 2 kids, its easy to recharge but the biggest problem i have is with the tires.
The tires are very 'knoby' and give a harsh ride that rattles the whole truck when riding on hard surface. At first I thought there was something wrong with the truck. Even the tailgate rattles in its hinge and is very loud, adding to the noise of the plastic tires itself. I could see my son's arm shake and vibrate on the steering wheel, he even mentioned "its so bumpy, daddy". Traction is very poor, going sideways on the driveway ramp from the street (we live on a dead end) at a slow speed, the truck gets stuck where one wheel spins and the other one won't move. The truck has two motors at each rear wheel, so I don't know why this happens. Also even bumpy grass or a small tree root will cause the car to get stuck, I was hoping he can drive it all over the lawn, but the traction is so poor that that will not be possible.

I don't know how other riding cars are, but this one was a disappointment. My kids like it, because they aren't as critical and accept the limitations of the truck and don't have to push everytime they get stuck, I do! I give it 3 stars out of 5.
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