Riding toys like buggies are very popular among kids and their popularity continues to grow. Kids love go-karts and bumper cars, and amusement parks have been making a fortune out of them since they were first introduced.
The attempt to get the same adventure on your doorstep lead to the invention of buggies that kids can ride in your backyard, in a playground, or any open space.
However, these buggies need to be safely designed and should be reliable. One such buggy is the Razor Dune Buggy, which is fun and safe for kids over the age of eight.
There are a lot of options in the market which offer different sets of features. The amount of information available on the internet has made it really easy to compare them. Yet the final product can only be put to the test after it is purchased, which is why we have listed a few features that we like about this buggy.
So, let’s dive straight into it and see what this one has on offer for our little munchkins.
Easy To Assemble
The Razor Dune buggy comes almost assembled so you just have to unbox it, screw in the hand controls, insert the flag, and you’re good to go. You also have to charge it before you let your kids take it for their first ride.
Either side has these long tubes to provide protection from the sides and keeps kids from rolling over. It weighs around 83.2 pounds (which is more than enough to prevent it from rolling) and has the capability to carry 120 pounds. It is low to the ground and stable which make it well-balanced and safe to ride.
Disc Brakes And Controls
It features rear disc brakes which prevent the buggy from skidding and shorten the braking distance. The handlebar has the acceleration controls and brakes that makes it easy to use and respond.
The controls are effortless in use and the acceleration controls are buttons which make it even easier to control. The vehicle is powerful but the top speed is adjustable which makes it even safer.
The rear houses an active suspension which offers maximum stability and support to the rider as well as to the frame while riding it off roads.
Around my house, there is not much pavement for the kids to ride. However, we often go for these getaways and picnics in the woods or parks which is where they can use their buggy at its best.
It comes with four 8-inch knobby pneumatic tires which provide this machine the required grip to move through rugged terrain, grass, sand, and even little potholes.
They offer a smooth tread on the front 2 wheels and a more aggressive tread at the rear tire, which provides a smooth and stable riding experience.
The buggy has an electric 12-volt sealed lead-acid battery which is easy to charge and has decent battery life. It can ride for about an hour after one full charge which is quite good for such a powerful motor.
The battery life varies with the weight that the buggy has to carry and terrain that it is ridden on. However, one full charge works for roughly 40 minutes to an hour.
It comes with tools to adjust the length of the handlebar according to your kid’s height. The top speed is adjustable. which is a vital safety feature for kids.
Razor Dune Buggy comes with a 90-day warranty. However, it is a limited warranty and all further details are in the manual that you get with it.
Here are some of the pros of buying this buggy:
- Hand controls make it easier to control for kids.
- Fully electric and environment-friendly as it does not run on non-renewable sources of fuel.
- Easy to park and store, as there are no moving parts you can even store it in the upright position.
- Strong frame and roll-over protection.
- Comes with two 12-volt sealed lead-acid batteries and charger.
- Active rear suspension.
- Can go off road and ride over small potholes and sand.
However, everything has some flaws and so does this buggy. Here are some of its cons:
- The battery takes too long to charge, around 12 hours.
- Less runtime as compared to the time it takes to recharge.
- Can reach speeds up to 10 MPH which is too fast yet it is adjustable.
- Limited customer support, if there is a need to replace any part or troubleshoot an issue.