2 Seater 2x12V Sport UTV/ Buggy Ride on Car Truck with Parental Remote -Blue
- Additional information
Newest upgraded model with big RUBBER WHEELS and LEATHER SEAT !!!!
Amazing 2X12v UTV Sport model with 4 motors – actual 4wd ride on for kids and toddlers with option to drive 2×2 or 4×4,
This coolest off road model equipped with big wheels and comfortable seat for 2 kids , for better traction and performance UTV sport equipped with 4 shock absorbs for each wheel.
Kids will find all up to date features include music interface with USB/SD Inputs and even Bluetooth is available – so just connect any device and play your favorite tunes.
Unique design with real painting 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
- Openning Doors
- 4×4 – 4 Motors
- Shock Absorbes
- 2x12v batteries
- Approx Size:125cmx83cmx81cm
- Max Weight Load : up to 45KG
- Remote control design may vary
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