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Little Tikes Princess Cozy Coupe - 30th Anniversary
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- Includes a high seat back and storage in the rear
- Driver's door opens and closes
- Easy-to-grip steering wheel has a fun working horn-- beep, beep
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The Little Tikes Princess Cozy Coupe 30th Anniversary Edition ride on toy is an American classic with little-girl flair! Toddlers love this riding toy car’s design and easy maneuverability. Perfect indoors or out. Encourages active play, imagination and the development of large motor skills. Little girls will beam behind the wheel of this smiling new redesign! This cozy features colors and styling to please every little princess. A removable floor and handle on the back for parent-controlled push rides A high back seat driver's side door that opens and closes with optional inside lock Gender Girl Length 29.5 Width 16.5 Assembly Light Assembly Age 1.5-5 years Color Pink & Blue Height_ 33.5
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This charming little girl's version of the classic kid-powered car features colors and styling specially designed to please every little princess-now with an updated look to celebrate the COZY COUPE'S 30th anniversay.
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Top Customer Reviews
Pros: It comes with a "floor" for smaller kids. I'm not sure if they all do now, but my neighbors have a similar one and theirs does not have a bottom. It's a great feature for a child who's not old enough to move it along on their own.
My daughter thinks the door's ability to open/close is very neat. :)
The cons: My husband struggled with putting this together. When I asked what was hard about putting it together he responded "Everything! Just about every piece was difficult to get together."
I'm 4'11" tall and I'm the person who primarily pushes my daughter in this. My husband is 6' tall and I can't imagine him pushing her in it. The handle is probably just the right height for me however steering via the handle - not so easy. I generally walk beside the toy and use the sides to pull it along and steer.
First, for a "toy" like this, the assembly is total unnecessary complex, or in another word, stupid. Too many parts and process, you need both screw driver and hammer to put them together, with the help of 2 extra tools come with the toy. There are tons of ways to make it much simple.
Second, it's too low for an adult to push it, No adult in my family can push it for a while without hurt the back. Only my 8 years old son can push it without any pain.
Third, "push" is one of most bad idea for this tool, you have no way to control the direction by just push the blue top. The handle is really small and it need a 2 feet extension handle to push it and also control the direction at the same time. The only way we can move it around is attach a rope on the wheel and drag it.
We are keeping it because my daughters love it but if they didn't we'd return it in a flash.