Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
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- Lots of fun on and off the road
- Rugged grab bars for easy in and out
- Roomy rear storage compartment
- Goes two speeds forward (2.5 and 5.0 MPH) and one speed in reverse (2.5 MPH)
- Rechargeable 12-Volt battery and charger included
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Rubicon (roo’bi-kon) n. A limit when passed or exceeded permits of no return. True to its name, the Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler Rubicon takes kids on real backyard driving adventures as far their imaginations can go! Perfect fit for two riders ages 3 years & up. Max. Weight: 130 lbs.
Roomy rear storage can hold what you need!
Take a friend for a ride, and role-play an off-road adventure!
Built Fisher-Price tough, with rugged grab bars for easy in and out, pretend seatbelts for role-play fun and a roomy rear storage compartment—just pack it up and go! Driver-friendly features include a high speed lock-out for beginners and Power Lock Brakes, with plenty of interior space. 12-volts of battery power and big, treaded tires takes it two speeds forward (2.5 and 5 mph, max.), and one speed in reverse (2.5 mph), on hard surfaces and grass.
Driving a “real” vehicle, maybe even just like the one you drive, gives kids a feeling of independence, accomplishment and self-confidence—all of which are important to healthy social and emotional development. Learning to go forward and backward, change speeds, steer, stop and go is good for them, too. Physical motion aids in the development of motor skills, balance and body awareness, and built-in role play features fuel endless imagination (and of course, it’s just plain fun and exciting).
Safety, Durability, and Quality…
Every Power Wheels vehicle is built Fisher-Price tough, with innovative play and performance features you won’t find in other ride-ons. And only Power Wheels vehicles come with a comprehensive One Year Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty backed by 300 service centers throughout the country. Before they’re produced, Power Wheels vehicles are put to the test on our own in-house Quality Assurance Test Track to ensure quality performance, mile after mile. They're put to the test by kids, too, in the Fisher-Price onsite Play Lab and through the Fisher-Price in-home test program, to make sure they’re age-appropriate, easy to operate, and of course, fun to drive.
What's In The Box?
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, Power Wheels rechargeable 12-volt vehicle battery, Power Wheels12-volt charger, and Owner’s Manual.
Hold on tight with easy to grab side bars!
From the Manufacturer
The Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler Rubicon takes kids on real backyard driving adventures as far their imaginations can go! 12-volts of battery power and big, treaded tires drive two speeds forward plus reverse on hard surfaces and grass. Equipped with rugged grab bars for easy in and out, pretend seatbelts for role-play fun and a roomy rear storage compartment - just pack it up and go! High speed lock-out for beginners; Power Lock Brakes. Includes 12-volt battery and charger. For two riders ages 3 years & up.
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We first searched on dedicated sites and looked at Ferraris, BMWs, Mini-Coopers, you name it, there seems to be a toy that represents it. We were discouraged by high prices ($400 or more was not unusual) and few of them allowed a passenger. Then we went to a large and popular discount store and saw a toy Mustang for $250. Upon close inspection it looked like it was very poor quality, which made us wonder if all were like this.
Next stop Amazon. At the time (just before Xmas 2010) Amazon only had a couple of electric toy cars, if I recall correctly, and I do remember that it was the only electric car eligible for Amazon Prime (I am a Prime member). We were lucky! It seated two and was priced at only $250. Unsure about the quality, we took a chance and ordered it.
When it arrived my son-in-law and I unpacked it for assembly. It comes mostly assembled, electric drive-train, transmission and wheels already in place (thank goodness - that would have a hassle). Assembly consists of mostly adding external parts like the windshield, steering wheel and steering assembly, seats, decals, and so forth.
I was relieved to see that the toy was very, very sturdy. The body and wheels (tires) are made of durable, tough plastic (good thing too, the first journey attempted by my 5-year old grandson sent the Jeep head-on into a tree, on purpose I think). It is not thin and it is not flimsy at all. I look a close look at the two electric motors (one for each year wheel) and the gearbox/transmission (2 forward, 1 reverse) and they were mounted very solidly. The wiring harness looked like a wiring harness from an actual car. Most of all, though, I was delighted when I saw the battery. It is a large, heavy, sealed (important) traditional acid battery with a high quality charger. I know something about batteries and this is about the best you can do for a toy like this. (If you are not familiar with such batteries, there is pretty good chance that the alarm system for your home has this type of battery for a backup - and how often do you have to replace it)?
And the kids love it - absolutely love it. Its plastic wheels do not grip well on wet grass or any kind of slope. It works best on flat concrete or asphalt. (If you ever see a child climb into one of these things for the first time, it becomes clear rather quickly that they do not have clue about how a steering wheel works. That can be pretty funny and reminds us that children aren't born knowing how to steer).
This thing came in a huge box (4' by 2" by 2' or so) and was heavy. I ordered it on two-day delivery on Prime, free shipping!! Even though it was the week before Xmas, this monster box arrived on my porch within two days, no charge!! Yay Amazon!
The only headache with this jeep was purchasing it from Amazon. I purchased it from Amazon on cyber monday when they had a great deal on it but five days later (3 days before it was supposed to arrive at my house) I was told it was no longer in stock and would not receive it before Christmas. I checked online and found they were still selling the jeep but at a much higher price. When I asked why they weren't shipping me a jeep I was told I could reorder it and receive it before Christmas but pay the new higher price which was almost double what I had originally purchased it at. Over the course of a couple weeks I spent hours on the phone, with multiple people from customer service in order to get the jeep in time for Christmas at the original price I had bought it at. I was told so many different things by each person and had to constantly check the progress of my order since so many mistakes were made on my billing.
The jeep itself I love and I am so happy I bought it for my daughter. Amazon, however, I would be very leery of ever doing business with again.