Little Tikes Cozy Coupe
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- Classic kid-powered car
- Caster front wheels for easy maneuverability
- Working horn and door
- Recommended Age Range 1 1/2 to 5 years
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He has done everything from pretend grocery shopping with it, placing can goods in the little space/trunk, making it into a pick-up/dumper truck with a basket tied on with a bungie cord, to turning it into a mobile tent with his blankie. It has also carried every toy, animal and goodie from here to eternity!
I have to say it is the best toy purchase I have made for my son that has lasted day after imaginative day. It could be the fact that my son is enamored with driving, but I think this toy is a hit with almost all kids that own them (boy OR girl). They are worth the money, and will withstand a few kids easily. The only real wear it shows is the headlight stickers are beginning to peel off.
I plan on passing it down to my baby daughter as she grows into it...IF HE WILL LET HER that is! :)
Warning the top is a pain to assemble...at least ours was. I finally had to skip the directions and find my own way to get the pieces to pop in place.
I would recommend this gift to any child..boy or girl. If you are considering one though check into all the different kinds Little Tikes make. After my son's was assemble I found out they make one for (a few $$) more that has sound effect buttons on the steering wheel. Other varieties include a truck, police car, and possibly more.
Later, at home, my three-year-old companion rode her tricycle and let her little (13-14 month old) sister "use" her car. She also loved it, but we did have to watch to make sure she did not slip through the opening where her feet were. She was a little too short, but a taller child should have no problem. The recommended age is 18 months to 4 years, if a child is riding her trike, or skating on her Barbie learning skates, or zipping (okay, a slow zip) around on her scooter by then, she might not be as interested. 1-3 year olds cannot help but love it.
It takes minimal storage space, which can be outside because it is easy to clean. The molded plastic is strong and does not come apart. The colors are bright, and even the ones in the play yard had not faded. 5 stars for durability.
I received a question from a mom who has this toy and the wheels don't turn directions. I have been watching the twins, and they are able to turn the car using the steering wheel. So, if you get one that does not change the directions, it is defective.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The kids are way to old for this now so my wife and I recently donated this item to charity in nearly perfect condition after several years of use. Read morePublished 22 months ago by George Elkins
this is the most excelent toy for the littles of the house, it was made in excellent plastic and it's parts are too hard to get break. This toy is fully recommended.Published on May 15, 2013 by andres mathison
This just came home with us yesterday. It is one of the best toys for encouraging imaginations and teaching children to entertain themselves. I hope it lasts.Published on July 31, 2011 by Mark David Cowan
This is literally impossible to assemble if you merely follow the instructions, which encourage you to screw the upper yellow parts to the red body. Read morePublished on June 25, 2011 by Mark Wise
This sloppily made plastic toy took all the pleasure out of purchasing a special toy for our grandchild.
Next time you try putting it together. Read more
I have been wrestling with the roof of this toy for an hour. Yes, I have all pieces facing the correct way. Read morePublished on December 26, 2010 by Alfred Santos
A friend of mine had one of these as a kid. I broke my left arm while riding in it. I would recommend you to buy this for your kids if you are some sort of Horrific sadist who... Read morePublished on October 10, 2010 by Aditya
This car is obviously fun for all kids. However, the assembly is a pain in the rear, especially the front roof supports. I bought it for my son's second birthday. Read morePublished on August 6, 2009 by Tim