Can carry bigger riders and is sturdily built. The engine is easy to start, and it reaches high speeds quickly. Gas powered, 98cc/3.0 horsepower engine with a pull start. 13" rubber tires.
Some reviewers reported missing parts, but customer service is quick and helpful.
Safe for younger children. Works equally well on asphalt and grass. We love that its short charging time means it can be driven often, and it holds a charge for hours. 40 min. battery, max speed of 9 mph, 8" rubber tires. Bucket seat with shoulder strap. Max weight of 120 lbs.
Struggles to climb uphill and may require ongoing maintenance.
Rubber tires provide good grip, and the size of the kart is good for younger children. 4 color choices, comfortable, adjustable bucket seat. Skid break makes it easy to slow or come to a stop.
Low speed, may tip backward on slopes.
High speed of up to 12 mph is good for older children, and the low frame means the kart won't flip over. Flat tires allow kart to drift. Bucket seat with shoulder strap, 40 min. battery with impressive 12-hour charge time. Max weight of 140 lbs.
Difficult assembly, weak breaks, and cannot drive on grass.
Small size with adjustable bucket seat. Its adjustable speed makes it a fun and safe choice, though it can go up to 18 mph. Gas-powered, 80cc/2.5 horsepower engine with a pull start. Easy assembly gets kids behind the wheel quickly. Max weight of 130 lbs.
May need some maintenance, some parts may wear down. High price for a kart for younger children. Narrow seat is uncomfortable for bigger riders.
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