Power Wheels Dune Racer Review

Power Wheels Dune Racer

Fun, Fast, and Solid

4 / 5

Power Wheels brought their battery powered cars to a new level with the Dune Racer! It’s said that ‘They don’t make it like they used to’, but not in the case of the Dune Racer. The Dune Racer is structurally sound. The steel frame and metal safety handle bars on both sides of the vehicle provide parents peace-of-mind. The vehicle weighs about 75 pounds and is SOLID. Most importantly, the racer is super fun for kids!!!

Incredibly Fun For Kids!

This Racer is incredibly fun for kids. But, who says kids can have all the fun?!? From our experience this Dune Racer can support a young kid and average adult at the same time.
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Dune Racer Features

The Dune Racer has 2 speeds and reverse. Kids can change speeds using a gear stick from 2.5 Mph to 5 Mph, and then reverse when needed or after they run into something 😄

Power Wheels Dune Racer has heavy-duty wheels that can drive over most terrains including hard surfaces, wet grass, and other rough terrain. It does struggle up hills, especially when the battery is running low. Our recommendation is to buy a spare battery as in most cases, the kids are not done yet when the battery runs out. A fully charged 12 volt battery (within the weight guidelines), will last 1-2 hours. The vehicle also has a small trunk in the front so little ones can carry all their necessities along the ride.

To top it off – it’s safe. When the foot is lifted off the pedal going forward or in reverse, the vehicle stops. This is a great feature to have especially with those just starting off and getting the hang of it.

The Power Wheels Dune Racer is highly recommended as it provides hours of fun for kids, and sometimes adults. Live Free and Drive Hard!
Power Wheels Dune Racer Driving

Pros:
  • 2 Speeds
  • Helps with Coordination
  • Outside Fun
Cons:
  • Battery Life
  • Not Good on Hills
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