Why You Might Want The Fisher-Price Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX For Your Child This Christmas
- The Fisher-Price Power Wheels Kawasaki is versatile – it has two different speeds AND goes in reverse
- It doesn’t just have the cool factor of looking like a real-life ATV, but it performs like one, so moving through wet grass, mud, gravel and rough terrain is a breeze. There’s no getting stuck.
- High-speed lockout system puts you, the parent, in control. So your child doesn’t go full throttle before they’re ready.
- Want more safety? Well, say hello to Power Lock Brakes. These allow the four-wheeler to stop safely without skidding out of control.
- It’s relatively compact – so you don’t need a ginormous garden for driving space.
- Your child sits ON the Kawasaki KFX Ninja, rather than get inside. So unlike the other car models, he/she won’t outgrow the Kawasaki for years to come.
As you can see, the Fisher-Price Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX Ninja has the same rough look of a real ATV, with oversized tires, real metallic handlebars, colored shock boot covers and a great bold-looking body with realistic details.
Here’s a video of a 2-year old riding one of these in his backyard. Watch the video right to the end. Notice how thick the grass is in parts, and how easily the Kawasaki just glides over it as if there were no change to the terrain whatsoever. Just shows the kind of terrain this thing can handle.
Why The Fisher-Price Power Wheels Kawasaki May NOT Be Suitable For Your Child?
The Power Wheels Kawasaki KFX beats most other cars of its sort hands down, when it comes to the things your child can do with it and how much fun he/she can have.
However, do keep in mind that it’s suitable for just one child to use at a time. If you have two kids around the same age range, it may be a good idea to think about a double-seater, like the Power Wheels Jeep Rubicon.
Also, if your backyard is very small and you don’t have the time to take your child to open areas where he/she can enjoy riding the Kawasaki KFX Ninja, then you may want to consider buying something else altogether. Owing to its size, it may not be suitable to play with this indoors.
Recommendations & Other Things To Consider
The Kawasaki KFX Ninja is powered by a rechargeable 12-volt battery. All the customer reviews indicate that people are happy with how long the battery lasts.
I myself have invested in a backup battery, so my child isn’t waiting around for the Kawasaki to recharge. They’re not cheap mind you but in my opinion a worthwhile investment. You may also consider investing in the 12-volt fast charger.