Power wheels weight limit: select the best one for your child’s weight

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If you want to buy a power wheel, you will find that every power wheel has a maximum weight limit. The power wheel may still work if you cross the weight limit, but the manufacturer does not recommend it, because you will not get the best performance if you pass the weight limit.

It is a good idea to check the weight limit of the power wheel before buying it.

In this article, I will discuss the maximum weight limits for power wheels, and then I will provide you with a list of power wheels for different weight ranges.

So, what is the weight limit for power wheels?

It depends on the model of the power wheel. According to the manufacturer’s data, a power wheel’s max weight limit can be from 40 lbs(18 kg) to 130 lbs(59kg). For example, the max weight limit of ‘Lil Lightning Mcqueen’ is 40 lbs(18 kg) whereas for the ‘wild things’ model the maximum weight limit is 100lbs (45.4 kg).

 

Power wheels for different weight limits

Power wheels with a maximum weight limit of 40lbs (18kg)

Lil Lightning Mcqueen

Thomas & Friends™ Thomas with Track

Minnie Mouse™ Lil’ Quad™

Harley-Davidson® Lil’ Harley®

Power wheels with a maximum weight limit of 50lbs (23kg)

Barbie™ Jeep® Wrangler

Hot Wheels™ Jeep® Wrangler

Nickelodeon™ Blaze™ Monster Truck

Power wheels with a maximum weight limit of 65lbs (29.5kg)

Jurassic World™ Dino Racer ATV

Kawasaki KFX®

Power wheels with a maximum weight limit of 100lbs (45.4kg)

wild things

Boomerang™

Power wheels with a maximum weight limit of 130lbs (59kg)

Barbie™ Jeep® Wrangler Ride-On Vehicle (12 volt)

Jurassic Park™ Jeep® Wrangler

Batman™ Dune Racer

Barbie® Dream Camper™ Ride-On Vehicle

Dune Racer Extreme Ride-On Vehicle

Ford F-150

Smart Drive™ Ford Mustang

Buy power wheels according to kid’s age

 

Remember that, every power wheels are built keeping in mind about a specific age group. So, before buying a power wheel for your child, check the age range. There are power wheels for 12 months to 10 years old.

To know it in details check my article on kids age for power wheels.

 

Always keep an eye on kids’ safety –

  • Never allow kids to handle battery by themselves
  • If you have to replace the battery, replace it with a battery suggested by the manufacturer
  • Make sure children drive the power wheels in a safe environment under adult supervision
  • Before going outside check the wheels and other settings

 

Conclusion

I have provided a list of power wheels for different weight limits. Now it will be much easier for you to find the power wheel that is best for your child’s weight.

 

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