Welcome To Our 10 Best Electric Ride-On Cars For Kids Review, Here You Will Find The Perfect Ride-On For Your Kid!
Every kid wants to feel like a grownup, and there’s no better way for them to get that feeling than with a realistic looking toy car of their own. Ride-on toy cars have been around for years, but in the recent past, these kids’ toys have become extremely realistic. These traits have made electric toy cars very popular among kids and their automotive-minded parents. These toys make awesome birthday or holiday gifts, and kids of all ages can get in on the fun. Below, you’ll find a guide to the ten best electric ride-on cars for kids.
Your little ones will like playing “pretend”, as most kids do, with their favorite characters from the Disney hit Frozen. The Disney Frozen Jeep Wrangler, made by Fisher-Price, is styled with graphics and colors straight from the movie. There’s a radio that plays the movie’s best songs, a cargo area in the rear, and room for a friend to tag along. This Wrangler has a steel frame for added safety and support, and the interior has rounded edges to protect kids from scrapes and scratches. Kids can get all the driving fun they want at a very safe 2.5 mph, whether they’re going in forward or reverse. With all of these great features, your kids won’t ever “let it go”.
This ride-on has all the Escalade styling of its bigger brother, including some of the best luxury features. Your kids will love the real FM radio, chrome wheels and grill, doors that really close and open, and a lot more. 12 volts of power and two speeds (2 and 5 mph), plus reverse with a high speed lockout will keep even rookie drivers safe. It comes with a battery and charger, but you’ll need four C batteries to play the FM radio.
Parents who love sports cars typically raise kids who love them too, and the Power Wheels Corvette Stingray ride-on can cause that love to grow when Santa leaves it under the tree this year. This 6-volt roadster goes 3 mph in forward and reverse, and it comes with a battery and a charger. It’s best for kids 3-7 years old, and it can make any little boy or girl feel ready to hit the road. Start a lifelong love for Corvettes with this ride-on electric car, while teaching kids how to drive in a safe, non-threatening way.
With this pint-sized F150 truck, your toddler can get in the driver’s seat and control the action. Help them build self-confidence, balance and motor skills as they learn how to stop, start and steer. With a top speed of 3.5 mph, it’s enough to make all your kids’ adventures safe and fun. For additional safety, the electric braking system automatically stops the truck when the child’s foot comes off the accelerator pedal. This ride-on truck’s realistic detail makes it easy for your kids to play pretend as they go “off road”, down the trail or to the “garage” for a tune-up.
Volkswagen looks and cute details make driving the Power Wheels Nickelodeon Dora and Friends Volkswagen New Beetle Ride On fun. The toddler-friendly design has a working driver’s door and a foot pedal that makes stopping and going safe. It has a top speed of 2.5 mph on compact surfaces, making for an exciting but safe cruise. Your young daughter will start building her self confidence early on, and she’ll learn the basics of cause and effect, along with cognitive and motor skills.
Hot graphics, flashy chrome and realistic styling will appeal to rough-and-tumble little boys and girls who want to go off-roading. The drive system can get the Hot Wheels Kawasaki KFX over rough terrain, such as mud and wet grass. The 12 volt battery offers enough power for two forward and reverse speeds of 2.5 and 5 mph, plus reverse and a high-speed lockout. With its rugged but cool looks, the KFX is ready for any adventure in the backyard.
For parents, a dune buggy likely brings back memories of the 1970s—but for kids, they’re just FUN! Razor puts its own spin on the old classic to give older kids a bigger thrill. The Razor Dune Buggy goes at speeds of up to 9 mph, and the rugged dune buggy has diamond-plate floorboards and a bucket seat. With 40 min. of continuous use, a chain-driven motor, a rear disc brake, two 12V batteries and 8” knobby tires, this buggy will have the “dunes” in your backyard begging for mercy.
This quad lets your kids get ready for adventure, whether they’re saving the day in Gotham City or their own backyard. The Power Wheels Lil’ Quad is made for the littlest riders, with toddler-appropriate features and the coolest Batman graphics. Its rugged styling and easy use will make your son or daughter’s first ride a great one, and the low center of gravity makes it easy for them to get on and off by themselves. The top speed is just 2mph; fast enough for fun, but sufficiently slow to be safe. All your child needs to do is push the button, and they’re ready to cruise!
With the John Deer Ground Force Tractor and Trailer, your kids can take pretend play to another level. They’ll have fun listening to the real FM radio while driving the tractor and trailer around the backyard, and 2-7 year old kids can load the trailer and haul their toys around. The seat is adjustable, with movable armrests, making it easy to get off and on. There are two speeds; 2 ¼ and 4 ½mph, a reverse gear, automatic braking and paddle wheels that make steering through the dirt a breeze. You’ll find it easy to control its speed with the lockout feature, and the 12V battery can yield plenty of play time.
With the Power Wheels Barbie Ford Mustang, your kids will feel like they’re in the driver’s seat. Its chrome wheels, bucket seats, realistic dashboard and “radio” make this ride-on almost as much fun as the real thing, plus there’s room for a friend to ride along. For safety, the car’s interior has rounded edges and smooth contours, and it goes at a top speed of just 2.5mph in forward or reverse. When your kids are ready, you can remove the lockout to bring it up to a top speed of 5mph in forward gear. With the power-lock braking system, the vehicle will automatically stop when your child removes their foot from the accelerator pedal.
These are just some of the best ride-on toys of the year. While some are meant for older kids, others are just right for toddlers ages 2-4. No matter what your kids are into, there’s sure to be a ride-on for them. With these toys, there’s a 100% chance of fun and adventure!