Pre Buying Advice

Published on September 5th, 2016 | by Kids Electric Cars


How much is the cost of an average electric baby car?

How much is the cost of an average electric baby car?

What is the cost of an average electric baby car

Electric ride on cars are becoming more and more popular, but with so many different types available, and such a huge range in pricing, we get a lot of queries from customers looking for info on the cost of an average electric baby car. With this in mind, we’ve put together this handy guide to help you make sure you get the right car at the right price.

If you’re looking for an electric car for a baby or very young child, the figure to keep in mind is about £150. Cars which are cheaper than this are likely to operate poorly and lack features. Batteries and motors are also likely to be of low quality, though there are some very basic electric baby cars which work very well but lack some of the more advanced features such as light, sound and remote control.

If you’re looking for an idea of what you can get for £150, here are a few options which we love. First up, the Kids Electric Tractor With Moving Loader, which combines affordability with function, with its moving loader arm and simple one-touch operation that makes it ideal for younger kids. It even features MP3 input for tunes on the go! On the budget end of the market, why not check out the Kids 6v Cruising Chopper Motorbike, which may lack features, but is a reliable, sturdy option for younger kids.

Finally, if you’ve got a bit more to spend, and you’re looking for a toy with more features than you can shake a stick at, then check out the Injusa Ride On Tractor with Trailer which combines a fantastic, sturdy design with a huge range of features including a trailer, plus lights and sounds.

So there you have it. £150 is the average cost for a babies’ electric car, and for your money there’s a wide variety of options available. Why not also check out our licensed replica kids ride on cars, which can be a bit more expensive but give your kid a truly authentic driving experience.

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