Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX
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- The Monster Traction tires give you the ability to ride in the toughest terrain
- Full size ride-on
- 2.5 mph
- 5 mph
- 2.5 mph reverse speed
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With its Monster Traction, twist grip throttle and realistic ATV styling kids can experience the excitement of real ATV riding in their own backyard. Ruts, wet grass, gravel, mud and rough terrain are no match for this Kawasaki. It won't get stuck where the others do - ATV twist grip throttle revs it into high speed taking kids on a thrilling adventure. 12-volts of battery power allow for two speeds forward (3 and 5 mph, max.); plus reverse. Includes 12-volt battery and charger.
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Assembly was relatively fast and easy; I did it all by myself - no man required :) You do need a small / medium phillips head screwdriver for the assembly, but most of it is done with an included wrench (they include 2 for one of the steps, see below). The only things that I struggled with for a minute were getting the rear axle to go through both holes - You have to line it up just right, and with the weight of the tire on one end of the axle as you're sliding it through, that can be challenging; also, once you get the rear axle in place and the second tire on, it's a little hard to hold the axle bolt with the wrench on one side while tightening the other side's axle bolt with the second wrench. I found that getting both wrenches in place on the nuts and then straddling the unit while holding one wrench with one hand and turning the other to tighten the nut was the most effective way. It'd be easier if you had an extra set of hands to hold one wrench while you were tightening the other.
I'm also very impressed with how sturdy this model is - my son has run it into a couple of curbs and so far I haven't see any damage!
Getting the stickers lined up just right was another minor challenge. You really have to look at and study the pictures on the box, as well as on the sticker placement manual to get it right, especially the stickers on the rear tire well covers. I got those backwards, but oh well. Also, the stickers are prone to air bubbles. I found the best method was to figure out the placement and start at either the top or bottom of the sticker and slowly and methodically smooth the sticker down. Even then, you do still get a few bubbles. I took a sewing pin and gently pierced the bubbles and they came right out. Note that the headlights do not function - they are stickers only.
My only gripe is that the tires slip somewhat on hard road surfaces, and are pretty loud. I was amazed to discover that there's an entire community of power wheels modders out there who do some pretty insane things to these toys. One handy thing I saw was how to apply actual rubber tire material to the wheels to make them work better on different surfaces, including hard roads. We're probably going to do that soon. And then we're probably going to add actual head and tail lights and a horn...
Overall, I couldn't be happier with my purchase,and it's a joy to see my son enjoying it so much. I've seen several other people inquire as to whether this would work for a 2 year old, and I'm here to tell you YES!
Most recent customer reviews
The two speed feature is great.