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on 4 April 2010
Just bought the Cosy Coupe in pink for our 20mth old princess and she loves it! we bought this at a large toy store as it was on an offer so the price was very good. Our daughter was trying all the ride-on toys but this was the one she didnt want to get out of! When we opened the box, we were ready to pack it all up and return the toy as there were so many bits to assemble! I didnt think the instructions were that clear but found the manufacturer's video instructions on the internet very helpful. In the end it was quite straight forward after watching the demonstration. However some parts were difficult to put together and some could have been more simpler if it was pre-assembled in the first place! (I think they made it more complicated than necessary). Anyhow the toy's fantastic, very durable plastic. There's a safety latch on the door which stops them from falling out which is good. I think the original red and yellow colour is really nice too but it has got to be pink for our missy! The car's in the house atm cuz of the lovely weather, so cant wait to take it out the garden so 'princess' can put it to good use! I think she will have so much fun in it and for a long time too so again worth the money!
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on 28 December 2011
Bought this car for my 20 month old daughter and she absolutely adores it. There is a little sliding door lock which it too fiddly for very little ones, but the door is a tight enough fit to get away without using it. The only drawback I have found so far is that the car comes in a huge number of pieces, the instructions comprised of 3 separate books,and took 2 hours to put together, which was a real pain on christmas eve.
That aside though, this car is an excellent choice for any little girls that want their own car
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on 29 January 2010
bought this for my 19 months daughter for christmas and she loves it .it really nice it has a detachable floor and a hand grip in the back so you can push them along with handle and lock the door so they carn,t fall out. was hard work putting it together though but in the end worth it,much improved model.
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on 4 January 2011
you will need at least 2 hours to understand the instructions and assemble it but once assembled it was a good and fun thing for the grandchild at xmas
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on 12 July 2011
my little girl loves it and wants to be in it all the time how ever i thought it was ok but not great for the money.
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on 13 July 2012
Little Tike is a very well known brand, and once again lived up to expectations. Car is very well made, didnt take too long to assemble. And my little grand-daughter loves it. Well done Amazon for price, and delivery excellent arrived 2 days early.
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on 15 December 2010
Every girls dream , entertains my girl for hours .. i love it too and so worth the money.

very hard to put up though and so furstrating .. anyway managed to get it build and everythings okay so far
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on 21 September 2011
Thank goodness I didn't leave opening the box until my granddaughter's birthday! I was slightly panicked when I saw all the pieces I had to assemble, in fact all you don't have to do is mould the plastic, I shouldn't have said that, it will give manufacturers ideas for even flatter packs.

I still haven't finished it, I can't push the petrol cap in and the steering wheel retaining ring isn't retaining yet but I shall be getting my son to help finish it off. A tip for the manufacturer, having recently built a plastic shed for which all the parts were in packets bearing their part numbers, I think all flat pack sellers should take note.

I notice several people comment on the roof problem but I am hoping once the screws are in place this shouldn't happen.

I was so keen to get this for my granddaughter it is the first time I didn't read the reviews first, I still think it is a lovely toy but when you've actually had to build it you see its flaws.Little Tikes 30th Anniversary Cozy Coupe Car (Pink)
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on 29 January 2016
This is a classic toy that I remember from my childhood, in its original red and yellow colour scheme. It's now available in a multitude of different options and colours, and I thought it would make an ideal present for my niece's first birthday because she tried one at a friend's house and really enjoyed it. I should point out that the manufacturer's recommended age is 2-3 years, but my niece is a fast developer and with careful supervision we've found that she can safely play with the car, and hopefully she'll get another couple of years of joy out of it. Once built it's fantastic, but the only reason I am deducting one star is the time it takes to assemble. I understand that it needs to be sturdy when built so requires some screws, but I wasn't expecting to have to drill holes and use a hammer. Fortunately I decided to build the car in advance - if I had wrapped it up in the box and tried to build it on my niece's birthday, she would soon have got frustrated at the time it took to build.
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on 11 April 2012
We have two of these cars and the kids love them. They are a right pain to put together, though. Here are some tips I've picked up:

- Use a bradawl to start the screw holes. They aren't pre-drilled, so without a bradawl the screws skit around.
- Get a good electric screwdriver, ideally with an elbow attachment so you can screw around corners. That will help when attaching the roof.
- We used washing up liquid to get the roof on. It allows the parts to slip on with only a minimal amount of swearing.
- The holes for the wheel axles were full of plastic burrs. I hammered through a large drill bit to clear them.
- Have a beer ready for when you've finished.

As I said, a great toy, but the attention to detail on the moulding is shocking. You can't tell once it's assembled, but it makes putting it together much harder than it should be.
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