Mini Cooper Paceman 6V Electric Ride On Car £90 @ Halfords (Free C&C)
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Mini Cooper Paceman 6V Electric Ride On Car £90 @ Halfords (Free C&C)

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Found 8th Nov 2016Made hot 10th Nov 2016
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Mini Cooper Paceman 6V Electric Ride On Car
Little ones will be over the moon with the Mini Cooper Paceman 6V Electric Ride On Car and will love riding around in it; it will certainly make them the trendiest kids on the block! With a run time of 50 minutes and a max speed of 2.5km/ph, this mini Mini Cooper even boasts forward and reverse gears like a real car!
Mini Cooper Paceman 6V Electric Ride On Car Extra Info
Suitable for ages 3+
Max. Speed: 2.5 km/ph
Run time: 50 minutes
Charge time: 10-14 hours
Forward and reverse gears
Max. rider weight: 27 kg

19 Comments

Any1 had one of these before?

chrisvenn

Any1 had one of these before?


Not actually had one but checked reviews on site. Results were about 50/50.

if this had a remote control i would buy in a heartbeat, my baby is just a little too young.

had 6v ride ons in the past and find them very underwhelming, go for 12v or higher in my opinion.

jonesmarka

had 6v ride ons in the past and find them very underwhelming, go for 12v … had 6v ride ons in the past and find them very underwhelming, go for 12v or higher in my opinion.



​we have a generic 6v and it's very slow but our son loves it. issues are ours is single motor so easily slips and struggles to deal with grass if not mown that week. also as it's always struggling battery life is not great. if it had 2 motors it would be bearable for outside. this will be fine indoors and on smooth hard ground for smaller children.

looks great, hope my boy will love it:p

jonesmarka

had 6v ride ons in the past and find them very underwhelming, go for 12v … had 6v ride ons in the past and find them very underwhelming, go for 12v or higher in my opinion.



​i agree with Mark and I had the same issue. it's better to go for 12v

A ride on Pacman would be more fun. Wacawacawaca

bulwer

A ride on Pacman would be more fun. Wacawacawaca



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Edited by: "gap30" 10th Nov 2016

romeo259

​i agree with Mark and I had the same issue. it's better to go for 12v



And it's better to go for a v12 over a 12v

Wonder if its more reliable than the real thing?

We got a green beetle from toys r us 3years ago still going incredible torque!

Perfect for fattening up your kids for type two diabetes and more.

chrisvenn

Any1 had one of these before?


We have one of these my 2 yr old son loves it, loves switching lights on and off and running everyone over, the battery only lasted about 15 minutes on the path outside but its well used so battery has probably worn, on carpet it lasts a whole day x

Jonwilkie

We got a green beetle from toys r us 3years ago still going incredible … We got a green beetle from toys r us 3years ago still going incredible torque!



Was it a 6v also. My son be 20months at Xmas maybe a 6v be better for him.

Tho in saying that maybe a 12v with a remote I get a few years out of it.. Hmmm
Edited by: "Shenx" 11th Nov 2016

It is £129 now - I wonder if they will honour the £90 price I reserved it at?

I want one but I'm 6ft2

Heat.

Does anyone know where I can buy spare parts for this?

I got one of these for my sons 3rd birthday. When he unwrapped it ive never seen him so happy. Great looking car and well made. he had great fun scooting around the living room! It was a different story when we went to the park, cue the tantrum! It was way too slow outside and really underwhelming. My son has grown to love it and is still his favourite toy but im planning and swapping out the 6v battery with a 12v one as ive heard this is quite a popular upgrade to little 6v cars. There just too slow!
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