The Mini Polaris Ranger RZR is Designed for Adventurous Kids

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Sep 8, 2009 • References: hammacher & fancy
The mini Polaris Ranger RZR is a kid's ride-on vehicle that can conquer the most unruly of backyards. This is a lot more powerful than a Power Wheels toy but falls short of a real ATV. Power, traction,and stability are provided by two 24-volt electric motors, 15" treaded wheels, and rear suspension. It can accelerate from 3 1/2 MPH to 7 MPH and comes with power brakes. If you think the mini Polaris Ranger RZR packs too much punch for a 5-10 year old, rest assured that the Polaris ride-on comes equipped with dual safety harnesses and a realistic roll cage.

The mini Polaris Ranger RZR allows children to ride in the lap of luxury as it has a the flatbed trunk, a working FM radio and MP3 player input provide music during excursions, and built-in cup holders. The vehicle provides up to two hours of entertainment, takes four hours to charge, can support up to 150 pounds and costs $1,000. Let the adventuring begin! Stats for Child-Friendly ATVs Trending: Older & Chilly
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