LEGO City Stuntz Stunt Show Arena, Stunt Show Truck, and Stunt Park Review (LEGO)

LEGO City Stuntz Stunt Show Arena, Stunt Show Truck, and Stunt Park
What It Is

The through-lines of these three sets are extravagance and exuberance. The colors are super-saturated across all of the sets. The stunt obstacles are all ridiculous, in the best way possible! The Stunt Show Arena is definitely the most robust set of the three. It comes with seven minifigs, two cars, a motorbike, several ramps, two monster trucks, and a giant hoop with rockets and fire. Minifigs are compatible with every vehicle, and the ramps can be set up in any configuration you want. The big ramp is even adjustable. The cherry on top is the winner's podium complete with a trophy and more fire.

The Stunt Show Truck is a set where they decided fire wasn't enough, and decided we needed angler piranhas. The truck has a water tank with piranhas attached to a truck flatbed, as well as the truck itself, a motorcycle ramp and four minifigs.

Lastly, we have the Stunt Park, you'll get a modular set complete with two ramps, some flame pipes, a breakable wall, and everyone's favorite kind of pit: A spider pit. You also get 2 minifigs, a motorbike, a baby spider, and a fearsome mama spider. As mentioned, these individual components can be set up in a bunch of different ways, limited only by your imagination.

Is It Fun?

All three sets are very fun. With colorful vehicles, crazy obstacles, and minifigs full of character. These sets are truly action-packed spectacles!

Who It’s For

The LEGO City Stuntz sets are perfect for boys and girls aged 5 and up, who love a good motorcycle leap or monster truck derby.

What To Be Aware Of

- Some small accessories do not have a designated storage area once the set is built. Have a solution handy ahead of time to avoid losing pieces.

- The tops of every vehicle can allow minifigs to be inserted without major disassembly. Trucks have easily removable roofs, and cars have convertible roofs with articulation.

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy