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Reviews of powerwheels for Girls! I originally started this site for my daughter and want to make sure we have an area that is dedicated to power wheels for girls. Power wheels modifications for girls or just reviews are all welcome. Dad can post reviews, but it has to be about/for a girly subject.
By ParadigmGuy
#112888
My daughter is turning three and we're finally going to get her a powered riding vehicle. She's big for her age and and has good coordination (for a three year old). I've read that the quads are sometimes easier to learn how to drive, and they seem to maneuver a bit better. But the Jeeps look like they have more room for other toys, sometimes drinks, and a friend. I've even considered going the used route and just buying two used instead of one new one.

Suggestions on what your daughter (or son) preferred? Quad or jeep?
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By bruces_eviltwin
#112891
used is always a better deal IMO and if your a little handy you can get by very cheap compared to new, kids love atv's and yes they do learn better on them but jeeps are easier to find for a good price(at least in my area)and easier to find parts for
By SAHDman
#112893
Quads are a fun starter vehicle and they tend to last a while longer when the kids start getting taller. Jeeps are fun though if they want to cruise with friends though or pack their toys in it for an adventure. I agree with Bruce that used is the way to go. You can get very good deals on Craigslist and occasionally eBay.

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