• Electronic Car.
• Comes with a First Friend.
• Press the horn, hear it beep, watch the lights flash.
• Press the head of the little guy, and watch the car go!
• Break lights flash when the car stops.
• Can be free wheeled as well.
• On/off switch.
• Encourages imaginative play.
Comes in a variety of styles, colours and characters.
This toy is one of the best that my kids have ever had, although it is purple, it was a hit with my son. It is quite noisy (I'm used to lots of noise with 4 kiddies but) so I think if it was a bit quieter it would be good. It is also tough and takes the knocks from the kids which is what you want in a quality toy. The little person is also really neat as the child can put it in and out of the car. The batteries only lasted a day and a half which isnt that great since part of the appeal of this toy is the fact that it toots, shakes and moves like dad's car does.
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