Mini Cooper 6v Electric Car - Was £199.99 Now £99.99 @ Halfords - HotUKDeals
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The Mini Cooper 6v Electric Car is fully licensed by BMW and has realistic Mini Cooper S styling.

Features & Benefits of the Mini Cooper:
Working LED front lights for extra visibility
Fully funtional steeting wheel with integrated sounds
Forward and reverse gears for added movement
6v rechargable battery and charge included
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1 Like #1
http://washford.scene7.com/is/image/Washford/232525?
#2
That is so cool.
#3
Not a mention on the page about how big/small this is. I'm well taken though with the LED lights 'for extra visibility'! Just what you need, extra visability for your toddler whilst ther're out at night.
1 Like #4
What tax band is this?
#5
Lovely. Mini's Mini.
#6
i love these little cars, cant wait till my daughter is old enough for one.
[helper]#7
So cool!!
banned#8
Wow, just bought my neice the electric scooter for £50... bargain
3 Likes #9
Wow so realistic, just like all BMWs it doesn't have any indicators.
#10
About the same size as my toyota IQ.
banned#11
My neighbour has just bought a pink one of these for her niece from Toy R Us for the same price last week.

out of stock at the mo....and price had gone up slightly

http://www.toysrus.co.uk/Toys-R-Us/Bikes-and-Rideons/Battery-Powered/Mini-Cooper-S-Pink-6V


Can't get link to work but it's easy to find on google


Edited By: slamdunkin on Oct 01, 2010 09:39: .
banned#12
Hmm, wonder if my wife would fit in this, would save a fortune on fuel... 60 mile round trip daily...
#13
love it! :D
#14
How cute is that!
#15
now that is a ugly toy car not much detail in that .
#16
Wow - just in time for Christmas too!! :p
#17
In all seriousness would I be able to fit in one? Bearing in mind I am 6,1
#18
I'd say this might be worth trading in my Vauxhall Nova for.
1 Like #19
My wife's been bugging me for one of these for a while,

Do you think she'll fit in it? she's 5' 7".

LOL
#20
Looks like a better deal than that Chevrolet POS that was doing the rounds a week or so ago!
#21
I thought of getting one last week, but you ain't allowed on the roads pavements, private land only.
#22
My son is 4 months old.......... can't wait to buy him stuff like this ;)
#23
And remember no congestion charge.
#25
wow, it looks lush! only if i could fit in it!
#26
wow - just wow. I have no comment other than 'wow'
#27
wow even the seat looks up market than current real cars!
1 Like #28
SpoonyBoy
Wow so realistic, just like all BMWs it doesn't have any indicators.

That'll be the optional extra that most BMW drivers doesn't go for.
#29
What age gruop is this 4?
#30
Is there a weight limit? Not too sure if it'll handle my 20 stone frame.
#31
What age(s) is this for?
#32
Will the Stig be able to time a lap in this?:D
#33
damn good, voted hot
#34
Lulu'sMammy
I thought of getting one last week, but you ain't allowed on the roads pavements, private land only.


Agreed. I can see this being a novelty buy for those who don't have a decent amount of private land. It's motorised so can't be legally driven on the pavements or on the road. Although, I'm not sure what the police would do to an offending 3 yr old!
#35
BeautifulBethy
What age gruop is this 4?

No, 3.
#36
Lulu'sMammy
I thought of getting one last week, but you ain't allowed on the roads pavements, private land only.

Don't think you'd have any problems taking it out on the paths.
#37
The polce don't do anything we have a toy story one and have yet to be given a ticket. That said we do watch them in it, don't just let them out "driving" by themselves.
#38
voted hot , gonna grab this for nephew ,,, mannnn i just done spent £200 quid today on this and a surround sound I hate hotukdeals lol joke I love it really : )
#39
I question about not being allowed on pavements because its motorised. What about about mobility scooters? there is no limitations for those and lets face it left in the hands of some, are making the pavements unsafe for pedestrians
#40
This is a good deal, but don't buy it - I bought one for my 2 1/2 year old son from Asda direct a couple of weeks ago and when we got it, my son just about fitted in it! It was advertised for children between the ages of 3 - 5. It would have only lasted him 6 months or so!
We returned it and bought the Feber Ferrari instead from Tesco.

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