All kids love a ride-on toy, even girls. But the pedal cars are now a thing of the past. Now, Power Wheels are the ride-on toys that kids wish for. Below we have list out what we believe are the best Power Wheels for girls. Go through them and see which one your daughter would love to have!
Fisher-Price Power Wheels Dune Racer
If your girl like the outdoors and is the adventurous type, take a look at the Fisher-Price Power Wheels Dune Racer. Not only can this model goes on wet grass and hard surfaces, it can also move along rough terrain. It has 2 speeds going forward : 2.5 mph and 5 mph. However, it reverses only at 2.5 mph. For safety purposes, there is a parent-controlled lock-out for the higher speed.
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What we like about this ride-on is that the design is spacious which makes it less likely to be quickly outgrown. It doesn’t have a dahsboard like a typical car does, so there is much more room for the older kids and makes it easier for them to get in and out of their seats. In other words, your kid can most probably squeeze into the Dune Racer until she is about 8 years old. That is how much leg space you have inside. The maximum weight that the ride-on can take is 130 lbs.
Furthermore, this is much more practical for outdoor use with its ability to go over humps and small grass slopes. So, if you bring it to the park with small grassy hills, your kid will have no problem driving it around.
Fisher-Price Power Wheels Barbie Kawasaki KFX
The Power Wheels Barbie Kawasaki KFX is also a rough terrain ride but it has a slightly faster speed than the Dune Racer above. It has a speed of 3 mph and 6 mph. The Dune Racer only goes to a maximum of 5 mph. Also, it is a single seater ride-on with a maxium weight limit of 65 lbs. So, if you have more than one kid, you might be better off with a two-seater.
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The Kawasaki KFX can go on gravel, wet grass, mud, hard surfaces and rough terrains. We like the design because it has a twist-grip throttle to rev up the speed making it seems like the real thing. Of course, it also has a high-speed lock-out for beginner riders.
On top of that, it does have the power to go up and down small grassy slopes and it doesn’t get stuck easily. It is a perfect ride-on toy for rugged play and will be ideal for those aged 3 to 4. Your kid may be able to ride this until she is about 6 or so before it becomes a little too small.
Fisher-Price Power Wheels Disney Frozen Ford Mustang
If your daughter doesn’t fancy rough and rugged play, the Power Wheels Disney Frozen Ford Mustang may be the answer. And rather than pink all over, this one has a more soothing Frozen colors of blue. It moves at a speed of 2.5 mph or 5 mph and designed for hard surfaces and grass. It fits 2 people and supports a maximum of 130 lbs.
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The good thing about this cute ride-on is that the seat is adjustable. So, you can make it fit a 3 year-old or a 5-year-old. The only problem is that it takes some work to make the adjustment as you will need to to take out the screws. But still, this is a car that will be able to accommodate a growing child to make it last a few years of play.
One improvement that we would like to see though is to have working doors for the mustang. As it is, the doors can’t be opened that your kid will have to step over the door to climb in and out of the car. This is the drawback that we have observed for this particular Power Wheels model.
Fisher-Price Disney Frozen Jeep Wrangler
If the Power Wheels Frozen Ford Mustang doesn’t have working doors, the Jeep Wrangler makes up for it. Surprisingly, the Frozen Jeep Wrangler is even cheaper than the mustang at the time of writing. Similar to the other girls’ Power Wheels above, the speed for the jeep is also fixed at 2.5 mph and 5 mph.
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What we admire about this model is the visual appeal. There is realistic detailing with a nice color combination. Built to seat 2 kids, it can support a weight limit of 130 lbs. It has no problem going on hard surfaces and grass. It can also go up hilly grounds as long as the gradient is not steep.
A nice practical feature of this Jeep Wrangler is the availability of a storage area at the back. Your kid will be able to throw in traveling and camping gears in the rear for even more exciting pretend play when she takes this for a spin.
Which Power Wheels Ride-On Should You Buy?
If you intend to buy only one of these, then a 2-seater would be more practical if you have more than one child. It would also work great during play dates when a friend can hop onto the passenger side to go on a drive.
The grounds where your kid would be riding her Power Wheels should also be taken into consideration. If your backyard is hilly, then you should go for the Dune Racer or Kawasaki KFX. But if she will be riding this mainly on flat and paved surfaces, then you have more options and can consider the Ford Mustang as well.
There are many other models available for this kind of battery-powered ride-on toys. For Power Wheels, the built is basically the same for each model, but the color and decals are different to cater to different gender and personalities. If you know your kid’s favorite color or cartoon character, chances are you will be able to pick the right design for her!
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