This was one of the first ride-on cars we purchased- and the best! I would like to take credit and say I did so much research on this vehicle and chose a winner, but that would be a lie. Actually, my wife bought it for my son, and she has picked the winner!
Let’s dive right into the review.
Razor’s 24V Kids Ride On Quad Review
This vehicle is perfect for an older child, more in the area of 7 to 12 years old. You can see the full review above in the video, and also my son whips around the yard at 8 miles per hour with a smile on his face.
This vehicle is for kids 7 years old to 12 years old.
The Razor Dirt Quad can handle 110 LBS and is recommended for ages 8 and up. The best part about this quad is that it has rubber knobby tires, just like a real ATV.
This can go up to 8 MPH, so it is a lot safer than a real ATV, but it does make this a great stepping stone to ride on before it is time to bring out the ATV.
Driving is different than other ride-on cars because there is no pedal. It is all done by the handlebars. The left hand can brake, and the right hand can twist to increase the power.
This is a great choice if the kids that want to drive it have a disability with their feet and can only use their hands.
There is also a battery indicator on the handlebars, so you know how much power is left on this 24V ride-on.
24V Razor’s Run Time
The runtime of this vehicle reports 40 minutes, and I can say it is at least that or longer. My son will get a few rides out of it before needing to charge it again.
We never had it slow down or die out, and he has driven it a good amount of time. After over 4 years, I have not noticed a degradation in the battery.
Safety Measures in Razor’s Quad Ride-On
Before you let your little ones loose on their new adventure, it’s vital to understand the safety measures in place with Razor’s Quad Ride-On and how they contribute to a secure and worry-free riding experience.
- Parental Control Options: Razor understands the importance of parental control options in ride-on toys. You can limit the speed by pressing a switch on the vehicle.
- Non-slip Rubber Tires: These tires provide excellent traction, reducing the risk of accidents.
- Disc Brakes: These brakes ensure the ride-on quad stops quickly to avoid accidents.
With Razor’s Quad Ride-On, you can rest easy knowing your child’s safety is prioritized. Let them explore freely and with confidence!
Pros and Cons
- 8 MPH Speed!
- Disc breaks to stop quickly
- Feels like a real ATV
- Can be driven by the handlebars.
- Driving in the same pattern in a yard can cause grass damage.
Overall, I was very impressed by the performance, and seeing this quad rip around the yard is just awesome. My son also really loved the ride-on, Mom and Dad were both the hero!
My son is getting older and is now outgrowing the vehicle, but we have a younger son who can’t wait till he is old enough to get his turn. He grew up chugging along on a John Deer idealizing his older brother cruising along.
For Kids 14 Years+ Ride-on Quad Alternative
If you like everything you are reading and your child is 14 years old, this would be their version of that quad.
If you think the 24V Razor Dirt Quad was good, this one is amazing and for kids that are 14 years and older. Max weight of 220 LBS and comes with a 36V battery!
This comes with a 500W motor and a run time of 68 minutes, hitting up to 9 miles per hour!
It has all the features of the other quad but is built even stronger to be able to hold more weight. This is a step before an ATV, but safer.
The tires are soft rubber, and the springs will keep the ride nice and smooth. We do still recommend a helmet at this level, but ultimately the decision is yours.
When you are done with the slower ride-on cars and ready to take them to the next level, these are the ones that would work for you, as they have worked for me.
Ours is still going strong. I hope you have the same happiness and longevity that our family has had with ours.
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