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Power Wheels Ford Lil' F-150
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- Drives 3.5 mph (5.6 km/h) maximum forward and reverse
- Extra-wide tires for super-safe gripping
- Realistic "engine" under the hood - great for role play fun
- Roomy truck bed for hauling kids' favorite things
- Drives on hard surfaces and grass
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This battery-operated ride-on provides miles of smiles!
Kids will feel like a grown-up as they get revved up for real driving adventures! The Power Wheels Ford Lil’ F-150 has wide, rugged tires that make it safe and easy for kids to take their adventures almost anywhere – from driveways to hard sidewalks to off-road grass! They’ll steer, handle and maneuver safely over the terrain. They’ll play mechanic and 'fix' the realistic-looking engine found under the truck’s hood. There’s a big truck bed where they’ll store provisions for their many adventures. The realistic fun is enhanced by foot pedal operation. And, as the battery power kicks in, it’ll take your little one up to a safe 3.5 mph in both forward and reverse. This Power Wheels battery-operated ride-on truck will power endless adventures and miles of smiles in every child.
This rugged and colorful battery-operated ride-on truck is built for 'real' on- and off-road fun! A 6V battery and charger get it revving to a safe 3.5 mph (5.6 km/h) in both forward and reverse. Extra wide tires provide stability and powerful gripping action on hard and soft surfaces. And for added safety, the Power-Lock brakes bring the vehicle to an immediate stop when your little trucker takes his foot off the pedal!
Shift development into high gear!
This battery-powered Power Wheels ride-on gives kids a chance to role play. It helps build self-confidence as children discover that they can drive it on their own. It also promotes an understanding of basic concepts like cause and effect as your toddler learns how to power the vehicle and make it go. And, of course, little imaginations will thrive as children set off on many adventures powered by pedals and a little help from Power Wheels vehicles!
Get ready to get rough and get rugged with the Power Wheels Ford Lil' F-150! This battery-operated ride-on is perfect for younger riders who love adventure! Foot pedal power gets it going, assisted by a 6V battery that reaches a maximum speed of 3.5 mph in both forward and reverse. The truck's extra-wide tires are great for gripping when kids take the fun "off road!" The hood pops open to reveal a realistic truck "engine," and there's a roomy truck bed to haul any gear your little one wants to take along. Built to handle hard surfaces and grass, this battery-powered Ford Lil' F-150 ride-on is sure to get the job done - and be a lot of fun!
Top customer reviews
Width- Jeep is wider than the F150 and takes up more room on the side of our small garage. The truck is more ideal if you have less room for storage.
Ease of use- we feel that this toy would be better if it had a door. Our child has a hard time climbing in and out of the truck and he is about 36 inches tall. It definitely sits higher off the ground and is taller than the Jeep. Both toys go and stop the same way except the truck has two buttons for forward and reverse and the Jeep has a lever.
Power- the truck definitely goes faster than the Jeep- probably because it's lighter weight. The truck goes up and down hills better than the Jeep.
Battery charging- you have to unscrew the battery to recharge it unless you move the entire toy next to an electric outlet. This is bad because not everyone has that access.
Seating- obviously if you have multiple children it makes sense to buy the Jeep. The truck only has room for one child.
Assembly, like with all power wheels, is a time consuming hassle. The instructions leave something to be desired and there are so many nearly identical parts to deal with. I've assembled three others and this took me over two hours to get put together then I had to get the screwdriver back out to open up the hood to remove the battery for charging. This is a big complaint of mine when it comes to power wheels. You can't just plug it in the way you would with an electric car. The battery has to be completely removed then attached to the charger. I know my kids would play with them more if the charging wasn't such a pain.
My younger boys are the ones who are primarily using this power wheels. At four years old the fit is just right but judging by how my other kids look when they sit in it I'd say it will be comfortable for average sized kids 3-6 years old. Older kids can use it especially if they're more petite but this is not a toy that can be used by older elementary school age children.
I like that the speed is a bit more limited than our other power wheels. Even if one of the kids is going as fast as they can I'm still able to walk along side it, no running required to keep up. That said, for kids used to the speed of regular power wheels this will feel slow. My older kids who usually use the larger ones don't care for it at all due to the slower speed.
All in all this is a good power wheels option for children who are on the younger side and who will be most often playing with it when other kids are not around. It's lots of fun but does come with the annoyances of these types of toys - involved assembly and an annoying to charge battery.