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Costway 12V Licensed Mercedes-Benz Kids Ride On Car RC Motorized Vehicles w/ Trunk White

Item# SPM15741437924 | Model# TY328021WH | Added on December 17, 2020 |
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Costway 12V Licensed Mercedes-Benz Kids Ride On Car RC Motorized Vehicles w/ Trunk White
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Need a fantastic toy to accompany your kids? If so, this Mercedes-Benz Maybach ride on car will never let you down. Come with 2.4G remote control that make it possible parents control the speed and direction of the car, so as to free parents from the concern about kids. Kids can move forward or backward in a high a low speed as well, by means of corresponding switch. It also strikes perfect balance between the safety and comfortableness, which can be reflected in the wide seat with safety belt, 2 doors with safety lock, soft start and stop, etc. Meanwhile, the spring suspension is designed for a smooth and stable performance with less shock. Furthermore, dynamic music, bright LED lights and loud horn can not only provide a realistic driving experience but also bring endless fun. All in all, this electric ride on car crafted with safety material and certificated by ASTM certification will be a perfect toy for your kids.

Features:
2 Optional modes, parental remote control mode and battery operated mode
High/low speeds in B/O mode, 3 variable speeds in R/C
Feel free to move forward or backward
Built-in music and story for happy driving experience, USB, TF interface for more choices
Bright LED lights light up the dark surroundings and add more driving fun
Spring suspension equipped on each wheel enables a smooth drive
Soft start and stop frees your kids from potential danger caused by rapid speed
Wide seat with safety belt combines higher comfortableness and safety
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