The Fisher Price Power Wheels Dune Racer has been in the hands of kids and parents long enough that lots of people have taken the time to write a critique and publish them on the internet. In my research, I found all the pro’s and cons of this rugged looking ride on toy.
I’ll give you the Cliff’s Notes in addition to my perception on the Fisher Price Power Wheels Dune Racer in my spread.
I was happy to find that the critiques were mostly good and not just from people who are handy. Before We get to the critiques, check out these facts about this rugged vehicle:
A steel frame adds to the durability and allows this ride on toy to really last a long time There’s a neat stowage area so your toddler can bring their water bottle or whatever they like while they explore Both genders enjoy adventures in this popular vehicle Provides 12 volt battery and charger Children up to seven years of age will fit fine in it Complimentary shipment from Amazon
One of the first critiques I came upon was from a gentleman who is clearly a booster, calling the toy “Awesome kid fun”. He continued on to mention that the vehicle itself if pretty simple to put together and is well built.
It was noted that the included assembly instructions were easy to follow, allowing for a fast construction to play asap after tearing off the paper (suggestion: plug the battery in as you put it together so it’s all set to go).
He was also impressed that the Dune Racer can scale a fairly extreme bank with a kid on board, even with plenty of oomph that he needed to hurry along to not be left behind while it traversed the grade.
This is a redounding endorsement without a doubt, however the following critique I found did a good job of telling the story. This one was written by A woman with grandkids who purhased the Fisher Price Power Wheels Dune Racer for her grandchildren.
Although it took this lady a bit more time than the instructions suggested (and remember, she’s not a do it yourselfer), she thought the kit was high quality and generally simple to put together. She went on to say that her grandkids simply can’t keep their hands off the gift and use it all the time.
Despite the fact the charger is included with the vehicle, it’s suggested to buy the available quick charger that lowers charging time considerably. Most likely not a bad idea for a toy like this which will see a whole lot of use by some really happy and enthusiastic children wanting to get their turn.
Essentially, the Fisher Price Power Wheels Dune Racer critiques are overwhelmingly good and encouraging. Since the vehicle is among the hot toys this year, you can expect it to also be on lots of childrens’ wishlists this year!