2 Seater 12V Sport Edition UTV Ride on Car Truck with Parental Remote

2 Seater 12V Sport Edition UTV Ride on Car Truck with Parental Remote

$799.99 $699.99

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Newest model of Sport low profile edition UTV/Buggy with 2 seats and all up to date features and 12v strong batteries

This coolest off road sport model comes with big rubber wheels and comfortable leather seat for 2 kids with better traction and performance. Kids will enjoy rides on this Polar UTV 12v ride on car for kids and toddlers and get better performance with installed shock absorbs.

Music interface with USB/SD /MP3 Inputs and speakers – so just connect any device and play your favorite tunes.

Unique Sleek design with detailed body work making this model even more attractive.

Comes complete with charger and rechargeable battery.

Parental Remote Control Feature:

All our ride on cars can be driven with in car controls using steering wheel, electronic pedal and reserve/forwards , or can be operated with included fully functional remote control if your child cant reach the pedal or if they just need helping hand.

Remote control can take over controls of steering wheel and control forwards and reserve.



  • 2 seats
  • 2 seat belts
  • Remote Control
  • Mp3 input
  • SD Input
  • Speakers
  • Music
  • Lights
  • Opening Doors
  • 4×4 – 4 Motors
  • Shock Absorbes
  • 12v batteries
  • Approx Size:125cmx80cmx80cm
  • Max Weight Load : up to 45 KG
  • Remote control design may vary

Electronic cars for kids are unleashing their imagination as well as motivating them to really spend at gametime. Consider one child, add a great ultra-realistic electric children car; and leisure is certainly changed into an exciting, physically practical experience. Even better, as well as helping inspire children to wander through the real world, driving a kid-size electric car is a fantastic opportunity for kids to enhance hand to eye coordination, driving skills, and their natural problem-solving competences. The sole question is, do you want to go past two or three wheels and in the process, place the fun back into playtime for your son or daughter?

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