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Step2 Easy Steer Sportster, Red/Black/White
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- Caster wheel engages for easy swivel, 360 degree turning and can be retracted for riding on rougher terrains
- Includes folding handle for easy transport and storage
- Features Whisper Wheels for smooth quiet ride
- Push the steering wheel for "beep beep" sounds
- Seat belts included
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Designed for children 18 months to 4 years, the Easy Steer Sportster offers a fun way to ease the transition from strollers. This push car's full-turn front wheels provide optimal maneuverability for comfortable handling around the neighborhood or anywhere else your little adventurer would like to go. Additional features include Whisper Wheels for a smooth, quiet ride, and a folding handle for easy transport and storage. And with two cup holders, seat belts, and a steering wheel with horn sounds, this Sportster is sure to please parent and child alike.
Stylishly Designed with Safety in Mind
The single-seat Easy Steer Sportster is a stylish, safe ride for your little one. Resembling a red convertible, the Sportster is formed of lightweight yet durable plastic. The car has a large storage area under the hood, a child's cup holder, and an in-dash phone holder, and it comes with seatbelts that can be adjusted around the waist of your passenger for a safe, snug fit.
Full-Turn Front Wheels Provide Maneuverability
Boasting Whisper Wheels for a smooth, quiet ride, the Easy Steer Sportster's full-turn front wheels provide 360-degree maneuverability for comfortable handling.
While adults use the push handle to control the Sportster, kids can use the steering wheel to operate separate caster wheels that control swivel turning. The casters can retract for riding on rough terrain, or for allowing adults to take control of steering.
Folding Handle for Easy Transport and Storage
To ensure easy operation, the Sportster's lightly textured handle can accommodate two hands for a secure, steady grip. The handle includes an adult cup holder that pivots to stay level with the ground while cruising along. When not in use, the handle folds under the unit for compact storage.
Assembling and Operating the Easy Steer Sportster
The Easy Steer Sportster took our testers about 30 minutes to assemble. The most difficult part of the process was attaching the front and rear wheel axels, which required significant effort to hammer into the car's underbody. The rest of the components were easy to install by comparison.
Once assembled, the Sportster performed as designed. Steering was easy, thanks to the sturdy handle and full-turn front wheels. The handle was equally easy to fold away for quick storage.
Young children will undoubtedly enjoy the fun, interactive nature of the ride, and adults will appreciate the convenient handling and storage features.
What's in the Box
Step2 Easy Steer Sportster, sticker sheet, and instruction sheets.
Easy Steer Sportster
At a Glance:
- Single-seat rider eases the transition from strollers
- Includes adjustable seatbelts for safety
- Full-turn front wheels ensure optimal maneuverability
- Whisper Wheels provide a smooth, quiet ride
- Contains two cup holders, storage compartment, and cell phone holder
- 18 months to 4 years
- Hammer, Phillips screwdriver, wrench, pliers, and wood block (not included)
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|Item Dimensions||47 x 19.5 x 36.75 in||18.5 x 43.5 x 34.5 in||17 x 45.5 x 37.75 in||45.5 x 19 x 34 in||11 x 24.5 x 14 in||17.75 x 43.5 x 34.5 in|
|Item Weight||18 lbs||14 lbs||16 lbs||16 lbs||7.6 lbs||13.9 lbs|
Top Customer Reviews
-Fun factor: My son looks so stinking cute in this thing. The second he gets in it he’s all business. He wants to go, go, go. When we stop he turns around, like “what’s the hold up”. The other little kids in the neighborhood want to take rides in it also, it’s quite a popular toy. The horn is a nice touch, they all love honking it. Thankfully I don’t think it’s an annoying sound. I also love how the stickers give it a realistic feel.
-Quiet: Like I said, it’s much quieter than the previous version. It’s not silent, like a stroller, but there’s more rubber in the wheel on this version.
-Turning: I used it for a few days before I remembered it had the turning front wheel. After engaging that it became a much better experience. My original model didn't have that, so with every turn you had to push down on the handle to lift the front wheels and turn it. This is a much better design!
-Storage: I love the little storage area in the hood. We walk down to the park with it and I can fit a little snack in it and then put my mail in it on the way back. It’s definitely not a large space, but I’m happy that they at least used the area. My son loves opening and closing the hood.
-Stow away handle: There’s a knob on the handle that can be unscrewed and then the handle swivels around and stores under the car. This makes it easy to take to grandma’s house or down to the field to watch older sister play soccer. I am so thankful that it is quick and easy to do. It’s actually easier to take this places than my jogging stroller.
-Cup holder: This feature is great if you take small water bottles with you. I have a refillable glass water bottle that won’t fit in the cup holder. It’s not a big deal, but I wish it were a little larger.
Overall, I can easily give this car 5 stars. It’s quiet, easy to transport and turns well. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again or give it to someone as a gift. My husband put it together in 30 minutes. He didn't have the wood block that we mentioned, he improvised with the dull end of the screwdriver and put a lot of force behind it. He is usually very vocal when he gets frustrated about assembling things (Ikea furniture always creates a stressful experience), but he sat in the other room and assembled it without saying anything. When I asked him about it he said “It wasn't bad”.
This car is well structured, well-made, sturdy and looks good. I did find the plastic scratched from certain areas (just out of the box), the bonnet scratch is specially visible (see the picture) and wouldn't have minded a somewhat more finished product.
Regarding the stickers - I think they bring life to this car. I wish there were more and specially the windshield one should have been a on-piece rather than two separate pieces. aligning them was tough.
Other than that I like the car for its functionality, it also has space in it trunk for keeping small items like snack bars, a diaper, wipes, lotion etc.
The center wheel makes it easy for us to steer him in different directions rather than just forward in a straight line. This was my main reason for buying this ride on as opposed to the Step2 Whisper Ride II.
Reasons why I didn't give it 5 stars or think he deserves even a full 4 stars...
Horrible installation directions on putting the first axel and wheels together. It indicates to hammer the axel into the frame (which I tried to bang it in for 15 minutes) but it wouldn't budge. Then I decided to wiggle the axel a bit and push it into place. That worked wonders.
The manufacture shipped the car in the oringal box so, if you plan to gift this Iteam, be aware that the box will be busted up and the car will have some scratches on it. I didn't like the decal for the windshield. The problem was, you have to screw on the plastic windshield part then put the decal on. When you put the decal on the windshield, there are round, indentations spots where the screws go into the plastic. I don't foresee the decal being on the windshield for the lifetime of the push car. There is no truck space. Can only store some hand wipes and a small snack. The seatbelt attachments are on the side of the seat instead of the back. I wish the belt attachment were closer to the child's body (toward the seat back).
The sides and back of the seat are not high enough. I wish the seat had a higher back so the child would be better supported. The car pushes to the left on its own, so I have to try hard to keep it straight while pushing it. It gets annoying after about 10 minutes of pushing.
The things I do like about this car is that it's a lot roomier than the older model, so it will last her a longer time. There is more leg space and the wheels are smoother and not loud like the older model. I wouldn't spend the retail amount of $69 for this car. For $41, it is worth keeping for my daughter. she has a huge smile every time she rides her buggy!
I'm attaching two pictures of my daughter (wearing blue hat, now 10.5 months) and niece (wearing pink hat, 1 year old) ridding side by side. As you can see my daughter's car is larger and more spacious. It's held up great so far. The only time she doesn't care when we take her out of it is when we take her out of it to go on the swing at the park! Other times she screams when it's time to come out and put the car away!