- Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult
Little Tikes GB Classic Cozy Coupe Ride-on
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- Removable floor and handle on back for parent-controlled push rides.
- Designed with a high seat back and storage in the rear.
- Includes special features like an "ignition switch" and an open-and-close gas cap.
- Cozy rolls on rugged, durable tyres.
- Front wheels spin 360 and there is a real working horn.
Warning: Protective equipment should be worn. Not to be used in traffic.
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Introducing the Cozy Coupe Royal. Now this classic kid-powered car has a whole new look, design in patriotic red, white, blue colours . For generations, over 30 years, children have been taking adventure and imagination on the road with one of the original ride on toys-the Cozy Coupe. Now this classic kid-powered car is available in royal colours!
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Top Customer Reviews
Be careful with the assembly as screws can protrude through the plastic if you don't get the angles right. Its also very easy to get the front wheels the wrong way round (Doh,like I did !!) . If all else fails, read the instructions!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a present for my great nephew. It was rather trickier to assemble than suggested and a birthday party is not the place to try this. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Z-Car Man
Excellent x love it x my boy will love this for his 1st birthday xxPublished 22 months ago by natalie saunders
Nice car - not quite sure if it's worth the money. Quite hard to assemble and fades in sunlight. Would prefer it if it were a pedal car. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Wendy P.
These are and always will be a classic bound to please every generation. Gosh I sound like an advert, but all my kids love these.Published 22 months ago by Abigail Grace
Its just fine and son loves it but bit disappointed because GB is in title and assumed it meant Great Britain but door is on right not left. Read morePublished 24 months ago by princess