Fisher-Price Power Wheels Lil Quad
Sporty style Electric cars
Easy to Assemble
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Fisher-Price Power Wheels Lil Quad Review
Sporty ATV styling, built-in footrests and a cute cargo rack on the back! Designed especially for toddlers, with easy push-button operation for simple stop and go. Rides low, so it’s easy for little ones to get on and off by themselves too. It’s as sturdy as it looks—and just as much fun to drive!
- Maximum weight 40 lbs. (18 kg)
- Drives 2 mph max., forward only, on hard surfaces & grass.
- 6V Rechargeable System; includes battery & charger.
- Adult assembly required—Owner’s Manual with instructions included.
- One Year Power Wheels® Bumper-To-Bumper Warranty (battery excluded).
About this item
Now toddlers can ride along with their big kid counterparts with this Fisher-Price Power Wheels Lil Quad battery-powered ride-on. It drives easily over hard surfaces and grass and has easy to use push button operation that even toddlers can figure out. This Fisher-Price Lil Quad also features stylish ATV styling and it has a cargo rack on the back for storing toys and other items while on the move. The 6-volt Lil Quad ride-on comes with a battery charger, so you can charge it up and get to riding almost as soon as you get home. Designed for the tiniest of riders, the Fisher-Price Power Wheels Lil Quad Battery-Powered Ride-On goes a maximum speed of 2 mph.
- Fisher-Price Power Wheels Lil' Quad 6-Volt Battery-Powered Ride-On:
- Drives on hard surfaces and grass
- Maximum speed: 2 mph
- ATV styling
- Cargo rack on back
- Easy push-button operation
- Requires one 6V battery (included)
- Battery charger included
- Adult assembly required
What It Is
The Power Wheels DC Super Friends Batman Lil' Quad is a battery-powered 4-wheeler with Batman styling. It has toddler-friendly features such as simple push-button operation for easy stopping and going, built-in footrests, small storage space on the front, and a pretend cargo rack on the back. It drives two miles per hour on hard surfaces and grass. It comes with a Power Wheels 6 Volt Lead Acid Rechargeable Battery with Built-In Thermal Fuse and a Power Wheels 6 Volt Charger with Type 6V Connector. Before first-time use, you must charge the battery for 18 hours.
Is It Fun?
With this Batman-themed vehicle, Batman fans can feel just like the caped crusader riding into Gotham City to defeat the bad guys. Kids will also like feeling like mom and dad, riding around in their very own 4-wheeler. This battery-powered vehicle is easy for little kids to ride and a fun way for kids to engage with a favorite character.
Fisher-Price Power Wheels Lil' Quad
- Battery Type: Lead Acid (Non-Spillable)
- Age Start: 2 Years , 12 Months
- Age End: 6 Years , 36 Months
- Primary Color: Blue
- Multi Pack Indicator: No
- Model No.: 77760
- Shipping Weight (in pounds): 14.7
- Product in Inches (L x W x H): 27.0 x 16.0 x 19.0
Your little rascal will love the camo styling of this hunting-inspired Bass Pro Shops® Fisher-Price® Power Wheels® Lil Quad Camo ATV! It’s designed just for toddlers, riding low for easy on/off with easy push-button operation for simple stop and go. Rechargeable 6V battery (included) provides the power for a safe but exciting 1 mph ride on hard surfaces or grass. Ages 1–3. Manufacturer's 1-year warranty. Dimensions: 26.25'' x 13'' x 16.5''. Maximum weight capacity: 40 lbs.
A cool and sporty camouflage battery-powered 4-wheeler with a cargo rack on the back. Designed with toddler-friendly features for the youngest of riders, like easy push-button operation for simple stop and go and built-in footrests. Drives a safe, but exciting, 2 mph on hard surfaces. Includes 6-volt battery and charger.
Be patient as it will take a child of little bit of practice to learn how to steer and maneuver the car.
Quality Features in Electric Car & Quad Power Wheels
Make sure that the speed up the toy you want to buy is quite low was specially for popular.
Take a look at all of that features on the dashboard and handlebars to ensure that they are toddler friendly and safe.
Most of these feature pretty basic things such as the power lock brake system, and easy push button operation for little fingers
These are also made to be very low to the ground that your kids can easily get on and off of it. Other models feature fun sounds or music to keep your child entertained.
Pros and Cons to Electric Ride On Toys
Your child will be very excited that they are on such a grown up looking machine.
A toy like this encourages outdoor play so they will get more fresh air and sunshine.
Many other neighborhood children will be intrigued and may want to take a turn. With young children this could be hard, but it is a great opportunity to teach them how to take turns, to be patient, and share their toys.
These ride on toys really have very little risk of tipping over. Ride on toys help give your kids a feeling of self-confidence and well as teaching them motor development skills, balance and body awareness.
The downsides include that it could be a bit intimidating for your child at first. I know my daughter takes her own sweet time at being comfortable with something new.
We simply would ask her if she wanted to get on the toy and when she didn't, we would let her older sister get on. In a short enough time that encouraged her to give it a try as well.
Since you will most likely be having your child ride on it outside in the driveway and sidewalks, it is wise to keep very close supervision on them so they do not drive into the street.
Depending on how long your child plays with this toy, one outing could suck the battery dry. I have also noticed that long term use drains the battery over time. However, you can easily find replacements for purchase on the Internet.
There are fewer styles to choose from in toddler ride on toys than those for older children, but you can still typically find sports looking power wheels, as well as gender specific and ATV styles.
Something that is frustrating to both me and my kids is that these toys don’t feature a reverse option. I am sure that it could be a bit more confusing for kids to have this, but as they get used to driving it, and get older, not being able to back up can be annoying