Mercedes SLS Ride On Car £16 w/ code @ Halfords
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Mercedes SLS Ride On Car £16 w/ code @ Halfords

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Found 14th Feb
Lowest price I have seen this Mercedes ride on in a while - use code 20OFFWHEELS to get for £16 (thanks to daltimor for the code)

Free c+c



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Mercedes SLS Ride On Car Extra Info

  • Authentic Licensing from Mercedes-Benz
  • Made of durable plastics
  • Large steering wheel, comfortable seat and smooth wheel motion
  • Functional steering makes kids feel like grown-ups
  • Storage compartment under the seat - also ability to store steering wheel under seat
  • Horn sound and Music Sound
  • Maximum weight capacity: 25kg
  • 2 years and up
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On my way...

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Cheers chichi
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Super hot!!!!
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Ordered this last week when it was £18, hot:D
On my way...

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Cheers chichi
Ordered thanks
The way Sadiq Khan is going, you'll still have to pay congestion charge if you drive it in inner London............
Thanks, saw code come through this morning but didn't think to try it on this.

Site seems to be going quite slowly but had text message confirmation.
Ordered thank you!
Anyone to share the code?
Very nice
Better off leasing etc etc...


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Edited by: "guitarbloke" 14th Feb
To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that you blatently can't afford outright. I see people living in terraced houses with Mercs or BMWs etc. People have their priorities wrong. And they wonder why they're broke?
Have this in basket but not allowing me to check out. Says neither delivery nor click and collect available. Is it OOS?
Unavailable to click and collect
Are these easier to nick than a Ford Focus?
DealAnarchy2 h, 19 m ago

To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that …To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that you blatently can't afford outright. I see people living in terraced houses with Mercs or BMWs etc. People have their priorities wrong. And they wonder why they're broke?


I don’t know many people who can afford terraced properties outright, without a mortgage. Maybe I’m hanging out with the wrong crowd
Can anyone vouch for this?

Looks pretty solid from where I can see.
DealAnarchy12 h, 4 m ago

To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that …To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that you blatently can't afford outright. I see people living in terraced houses with Mercs or BMWs etc. People have their priorities wrong. And they wonder why they're broke?


Off topic, but what a daft comment - how about those with company/fleet cars? I live in an end-terrace house and park my E-Class (company car) on the drive every day.

Could I afford to buy one outright? Hell no lol!
Am I broke? Far from it.

Ergo, not every 'pauper' in a terraced house will be leasing their nice car.

Don't jump to conclusions.
DealAnarchy12 h, 42 m ago

To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that …To be honest, you'd look more sensible with this, than a leased Merc that you blatently can't afford outright. I see people living in terraced houses with Mercs or BMWs etc. People have their priorities wrong. And they wonder why they're broke?


Jeez. Ok mate. It’s just an offer for a kids toy. I can see you’re clearly upset though. No valentines card yesterday?
Anybody else pick theirs up and the noises are extremely loud on the car? Even picked up ours for £20 and are on the fence about having the batteries actually inside it... Not sure if it's just faulty or supposed to be too loud for indoors and scary for the children. Thanks in advance for the advice😊
Edited by: "Qas2K9" 15th Feb
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