Power Wheels Jurassic World Dino Damage Jeep Wrangler Ride-On Review (Fisher-Price)

Power Wheels Jurassic World Dino Damage Jeep Wrangler Ride-On
What It Is

Kids will have so much fun going on off-road adventures through Jurassic World or their own backyards with the Power Wheels Jurassic World Dino Damage Jeep Wrangler. This Jeep ride-on features a working lightbar with the press of a button and real Jeep and dinosaur sound effects when you press the sound buttons on the pretend radio. Working doors make it easy for kids to get in and out of the vehicle, and it seats two kids at a time. Or kids can bring the 10-inch Imaginext Jurassic World Raptor XL action figure along for the ride. There's also a roomy rear storage area for bringing along other travel essentials. The vehicle has two speeds: beginners can drive at 2.5 miles per hour and more advanced drivers can drive at 5 miles per hour. There is a parent-controlled high-speed lock-out to prevent beginner drivers from driving too fast. To drive, kids simply push down on the foot pedal and then remove their foot to stop.

Is It Fun?

Dinosaur fans will like the look of this blue-and-gray Jeep and how it comes with a dinosaur figure, the perfect ride-along companion for imaginative play. This Power Wheels vehicle is easy for kids to drive, and we like that parents can regulate the speed at which kids drive.

Who It’s For

The Dino Damage Jeep Wrangler is for ages 3 to 7 with a maximum weight limit of 130 pounds.

What To Be Aware Of

Adult assembly is required. Be prepared to spend about 90 minutes for assembly.

This operates on a 12V battery, which is included. The battery needs to be charged for at least 18 hours before first use. After that, the battery gets charged for 14 hours after each use of the vehicle.

The sound box requires three AA batteries, and the light bar requires four AA batteries. No batteries are included.

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy