Since the toy-line debuted in the early eighties, Power Wheels have had a pretty firm hold on the kid-car market. It makes sense: what little driver wouldn’t want their very own car to cruise down the cul-de-sac, feeling the morning breeze and the thrill of the open driveway? Power Wheels is still going strong and the ride-on vehicles, which boast a suite of new safety features to keep drivers safe, are still covetable kids gear. Well, just in time for summer driving season, Amazon is having a sale on more than a dozen Power Wheels vehicles, with several nearly 50 percent off. Here are three to check out.
Power Wheels Ford Lil’ F-150
This shrunk down version of the beloved pickup has a max speed of 3.5 mph (both forward and reverse), massive tires that offer a stable ride on grass and pavement, and the hood pops up to reveal a realistic engine — so tiny mechanics can check out that 6V battery. Normally $170, it’s on sale today for $112, a savings of roughly 48 percent.
Power Wheels Disney Pixar Cars 3 Lightning McQueen
Is it a bit weird to sit inside a car we know to be sentient? Maybe. But kids won’t grasp that thread. They’ll only be stoked to see the Lightning McQueen sitting in their driveway. The speedster tops out at 3.5 mph, has power-lock brakes that kick in as soon as a kid’s foot is off the pedal, and spits out sounds and phrases from the movie. Normally $305, Lightning is on sale today for $188, a savings of more than $116.
Power Wheels Wonder Woman Jeep Wrangler
We all know that Wonder Woman’s vehicle of choice is the invisible plane, but we’ll let it slide because this Jeep Wrangler is easier to spot. Able to fit two, the jeep has Wonder Woman decals, a radio that spits out character phrases as well as authentic video sounds, and a top speed of 3.5 mph. Normally $310, it’s on sale today for $233, a savings of 25 percent.
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