Power Wheels Hot Wheels Dune Racer

from Fisher-Price


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  • Assembly & Instructions


  • 1 12V battery required
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What It Is

What It Is

Two of the hottest names in kids' vehicles come together in the Power Wheels Hot Wheels Dune Racer, a vehicle that kids can drive themselves. Rugged tires and the Power Wheels Monster Traction drive system powers the Hot Wheels Dune Racer over ruts, wet grass, gravel, mud, and more. The car features a sturdy steel frame with flashy chrome accents and an open cockpit design that is roomy enough for two riders. There are also pretend seatbelts and a secret storage compartment under the hood. The car has two speeds going forward (2.5 and 5 mph maximum), plus it drives in reverse and features a high-speed lock-out option for beginners and Power Lock brakes. It comes with a 12-volt battery and charger.

Why It’s Fun

Kids will like being able to drive their very own car just like grown-ups. The Hot Wheels Dune Racer, with its cool design and rugged tires, will inspire kids to go on all sorts of pretend adventures over all kinds of terrain.

Who It’s For

The Power Wheels Hot Wheels Dune Racer is for ages 3 and up. There is a weight limit of 130 pounds.

What to Be Aware of

The Hot Wheels Dune Racer is sold exclusively at Kmart and Sears.

Adult assembly is required. The Dune Racer comes with an assembly wrench, but you will also need a Phillips screwdriver and an adjustable wrench. It may take several hours to put the car together.

Before you use the car for the first time, you need to charge the battery for 18—30 hours.

Adult supervision is required when the car is in use.