Rubber tires like a real ATV. Holds up to 120 pounds. Goes faster than other kids' models at up to 9.5 mph. Quiet operation. Battery lasts for a good amount of time. No problems on rough terrain or inclines. Easy to operate.
While the manufacturer officially recommends this for teens. It will likely be too small for most teens to enjoy and is better for pre-teen children.
Easy to assemble. Comes with a charger. 12v battery. Plenty of speed to entertain little kids. Great for 3 to 7 year olds. Sturdy. Arrives quickly. Charge lasts a good amount of time. Easy operation.
This model goes about 6 mph and will need to be used with a helmet and adult supervision.
Slow top speed makes this model safe for little ones. Includes a toy storage compartment. Can be used inside on tile or out on the driveway. Good for 2 to 3 year old children. Easy to assemble. Sturdy and not too fast.
The max weight on this Barbie ATV is only 40 pounds. It is also very small. Doesn't perform well on grass.
Working headlights. Max speed 2.5 mph, which is good for little ones. 6v battery. Goes together quickly. Rubber grips on the tires. Buttons for engine sound and horn sound. Battery lasts a long time.
This is a rather small model of youth ATV. Your children will outgrow it quickly.
Push bar on back makes this great for kids just learning to walk. Lights up and makes sounds. Doubles as a walker for toddler. Lightweight. Can be used outside or inside. Holds up under rough play.
This is not powered by a battery. It is a self-powered product that is just for play.
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Youth ATVs range from ATV-style Power Wheels that are meant for younger kids to more powerful ATVs for older kids. ATVs meant for younger kids often feature popular children’s characters and tend to have a maximum speed of 2-3 mph. Models designed for older kids look like smaller versions of adult ATVs and can get close to 10 mph. If you’re looking for something that doesn’t require a battery, there are also self-powered ATVs that require your little one to peddle or push the vehicle with with their feet. In general, youth ATVs are meant for pre-teens and younger — they tend to be too small for teenagers.
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