Fisher-Price Power Wheels Ford F150-6V

February 13, 2015 - Comment

Little ones can take off on a big driving adventure in the Power Wheels Ford Lil’ F-150! With realistic side-view mirrors, built-in windshield, and roomy truck bed, kids will feel like they’re driving a real truck! They can even lift up the hood to find a realistic truck “engine.” Adding to the excitement, the truck’s

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Little ones can take off on a big driving adventure in the Power Wheels Ford Lil’ F-150! With realistic side-view mirrors, built-in windshield, and roomy truck bed, kids will feel like they’re driving a real truck! They can even lift up the hood to find a realistic truck “engine.” Adding to the excitement, the truck’s big, rugged tires make it easy for kids to take their adventures “off-road” too!

Product Features

  • Pretend engine for role-play fun
  • Big, rugged tires
  • 3.5 mph (5.6 km/h) max., forward & reverse
  • Roomy truck bed
  • Includes 6-volt battery and charger

Comments

Liede Nash-husband "flavatwist" says:

Best time of his life My son loves cars, trucks, trains etc. and wants to drive our real cars, so I thought this would be a perfect substitute, his own car! I bought this for his second birthday, the first day he was unsure about it, but by the next day he was zipping all over the driveway, the yard and sidewalk. This is a great toy. The battery last about 2 1/2 days (my son only drives it about a maximum of an hour a day and I leave it unplugged/not charging) and by the third day I have to charge it. The only thing he had to learn is to press the button for reverse. For the first few months he would only drive forward but after working with him to understand the concept of backing up he got it. It doesn’t go that fast (about 3mph), but it is fast enough for his age.

Timothy Icenhower "Icestorm" says:

Undeserved bad rating I could not help but notice that someone indicated that it took several hours to put this truck together. The instructions are straight foward, and 60 to 75 minutes is plenty of time to put it together. As indicated in another review, it will hold more weight, although I’m sure it is not recommended. If the wheel fell off that quickly, and there was such an issue putting it together, maybe something was not installed correctly.

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