Secure one of these fantastic toys. The powerful 12v Peg Perego Polaris Outlaw Premium Red Battery Power Quad Bike for ages 3+
The ultimate kids' quad for off road enthusiasts, the Peg Perego Polaris Outlaw kids 12V Red Quad Bike is a perfect replica of the classic Polaris Outlaw racing quad, and gives kids an authentic taste of the off road experience, all in the comfort of the back garden.
Designed to offer kids aged 3-6 an exciting ride on hard surfaces, level lawns and even some lumps and bumps, the Peg Perego Polaris Outlaw 12V Red Yellow Quad is a great vehicle for boosting the confidence of young drivers, as well as offering adventurous youngsters a ride they'll enjoy. With four chunky wheels with grooved tread offering exceptional stability, and the open body shape offering excellent leg room, the Peg Perego Polaris Outlaw 12V Citrus Yellow Quad is designed to offer rapidly growing kids a consistently comfortable experience.
Featuring a rugged handlebar made from shiny lacquered iron with two rubber handles and hand guards, the emphasis is on comfort and security. Complete with ignition key, the Peg Perego Polaris Outlaw 12V Red Quad offers an authentic driving experience, with two forward moving gears and one reverse gear. If you're worried about younger riders going too fast, the faster gear is able to be restricted with a parental lock.
Simple to use, great to look at, and built to last at Peg Perego's world renowned Italian factory, the Peg Perego Polaris Red 12V Quad is the ideal choice if you're looking for a quad for ages 3-6.
12v Peg Perego Polaris Outlaw Premium Red Battery Power Quad Bike Features:
- Designed for ages 3+ up to 40kg
- Front roll bar for protection from collisions
- Ignition key
- Single pedal controlling brake and accelerator
- 4 wheels with grooved tread
- Motors 2 x 165W (330W total)
- 12V/8Ah lead acid battery included
- 12V battery charger included
- Max Slope capacity 10%
- Dimensions 72.5 x 110 x 72 cm
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