Land Rover Defender Electric Ride on Car Half Price £60 @ Halfords
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Land Rover Defender Electric Ride on Car Half Price £60 @ Halfords

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Found 2nd Oct
Land Rover Defender Electric Ride on CarEnsure your little one has hours of fun with the Land Rover Defender Electric Ride on Car. Featuring genuine Land Rover branding this ride on has both forward and reverse gears reaching speeds of up to 3km per hour. With MP3 facility and real suspension for a ride with bounce the Defender Electric Ride On is perfect for a car mad little one!

Land Rover Defender Electric Ride on Car Extra Info
  • Working headlights
  • Seat belt for added safety
  • Realistic engine sounds
  • MP3 facility
  • 60-90 minutes run time
  • Speeds of up to 3km/ph

Top comments

MRGRINGO6 m ago

Looks beauty.Reliability issues? Lol



Remember 90% of all the Land Rovers ever made are still on the road.

Most waiting for a breakdown truck!!!

Cold only 6v. They will really struggle to move on certain surface. Would advise in getting atleast a 12v
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Looks beauty.
Reliability issues? Lol

MRGRINGO6 m ago

Looks beauty.Reliability issues? Lol



Remember 90% of all the Land Rovers ever made are still on the road.

Most waiting for a breakdown truck!!!

Seatbelt for safety? So you don’t get thrown from the vehicle at 1.9mph?!?!

Less than half the average walking speed

The seat belt is probably for those dads who will remove the limiter and get it up to 20mph.

On the other hand.

I seem to remember reading many years ago, that the slowest speed recorded in a child fatality in the UK was ~5mph; they do have soft skulls at this age.

Heat - just cos it's a Land Rover!!!

Cold only 6v. They will really struggle to move on certain surface. Would advise in getting atleast a 12v

Must be the only Land Rover Defender NOT belching out clouds of dirty diesel fumes going down the road

jamgin3 h, 16 m ago

Must be the only Land Rover Defender NOT belching out clouds of dirty …Must be the only Land Rover Defender NOT belching out clouds of dirty diesel fumes going down the road


My 3.5 V8 doesn't!

Does this escape the London congestion charge?

Is it four wheel drive?

Has anyone any recommendations on a 12v ride on? Loads available online so not sure what to choose

Do you need a driving licence for this. You do for a leaf and this is a Land Rover.

How long until these are seen dumped half on a pavement outside schools. Yet another Landie that will only ever get off-road by mounting the kerb in Chelsea!

You’ll lose 30% if it’s value in the first year! Consider leasing so you can offset your depreciation.

I wonder if this would take a 20 stone grown man...

I'm amazed that Jamie Oliver hasn't been promoting this...........

His Instagram followers will know what i'm talking about.......

Looking forward to spotting little Barbour jacketed, hair-gelled sprogs riding along in these with Mum on the phone and Dad walking the Staffie.

Muricans like these

Gentle_Giant2nd Oct

The seat belt is probably for those dads who will remove the limiter and …The seat belt is probably for those dads who will remove the limiter and get it up to 20mph.On the other hand.I seem to remember reading many years ago, that the slowest speed recorded in a child fatality in the UK was ~5mph; they do have soft skulls at this age.


that would be from an airbag deploying at 150mph.

Editor

Back at £60 now!

Does Congestion Charge apply??!

Cold, cheaper to buy a 20 year old golf

I bought one for grandson. Insurance is high though

NeoTrix7 h, 10 m ago

Back at £60 now!


How much was the deal before it went up to £60? Aldi have these too

cjdean198341 m ago

How much was the deal before it went up to £60? Aldi have these too



Clearly it's gone down to £60, not up to it. If you think you have a better deal then post it.

brooky6 h, 12 m ago

Clearly it's gone down to £60, not up to it. If you think you have a …Clearly it's gone down to £60, not up to it. If you think you have a better deal then post it.


No, neo Trix commented "back at £60 now" so suggests was a different price previously. It's a simple question... How much was it before that comment? It was either cheaper and went back up to £60 or went back up to £120 and was reduced again. Calm down

What kind of mileage do you get on a single charge? I don't wanna get stuck miles away from the nearest charging station, even for a bargain like this.

I've been considering one of these for a while .....
Halfords price was £75 about a month ago when I first noticed them in store; not sure how that makes it "half price".

Aldi £75
TJ Hughes £79

Gentle_Giant2nd Oct

The seat belt is probably for those dads who will remove the limiter and …The seat belt is probably for those dads who will remove the limiter and get it up to 20mph.On the other hand.I seem to remember reading many years ago, that the slowest speed recorded in a child fatality in the UK was ~5mph; they do have soft skulls at this age.




kickinkez11 h, 4 m ago

I guess that is why you are signed up to hot uk deals then tommy …I guess that is why you are signed up to hot uk deals then tommy 🤐🤐🤐 zip .



Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?
You didn't put it as a deal, you just mentioned that you spent twice the price on your child.

toomanychoices9 h, 28 m ago

Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?You didn't put it as a deal, you just …Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?You didn't put it as a deal, you just mentioned that you spent twice the price on your child.


That i did 2 months ago as that was from £240 to £120 not showing off trying to get presents for kids who want to spend a little more dunno what you problem is to be honest pipe down.

What if it rains?

toomanychoices9th Dec

Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?You didn't put it as a deal, you just …Tommy? Is that a form of 'mate'?You didn't put it as a deal, you just mentioned that you spent twice the price on your child.


Stop insulting people

ScottyRankin125 h, 47 m ago

Stop insulting people


It's not intended as an insult, it's just my opinion. Like I said before, there is far worse said on here over sillier things. I just seem to spend a large part of my life listening to parents complaining how their children have turned into little monsters 'after everything they have done for them & spent on them' until eventually I 'flipped' if you like and mentioned how it was going to happen all over again with these toy cars. It's not like a make a habit of it, I'm not a troll, I post on here enough for you to see that, so if I do choose to express my opinion even if it's different from yours, then that is my right.
Edited by: "toomanychoices" 11th Dec
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