Power Wheels cars are fun toys for your little ones but if they want add just a bit more pep or have grown out of the slow pace, adding a new motor or battery can be the solution. Aftermarket batteries are cost effective and electric motors are very common as they are found inside radio controlled toys. Both options provide a quality upgrade to your Power Wheels car.
It has working head and taillights, a speaker system, an Android tablet in the dash, and a Bluetooth controller for parents to take over if needed. This thing even has a coil suspension. It’s not cheap at up to $1000, but one of those high-end Power Wheels cars will set you back up to $500.
These sweet toy cars from Power Wheels can make a great holiday gift or birthday present. Generally speaking, most of the Power Wheels line is recommended for young kids, somewhere between toddler-age and seven or eight years. Here’s a guide to the best Power Wheels cars and ride on toys for toddlers and young kids.
The Cadillac Escalade is all about luxury and street cred, and kids who love big cars and big stars will love playing in this awesome Power Wheels car. Even if you don’t go to insane lengths to customize this kid’s toy, your little ones will love this roomy ride on toy. This Power Wheels car has two speeds (2.5 MPH and 5 MPH). There’s also a high-speed lockout option, which is ideal for kids who have never driven a toy car before.