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Peg Perego Polaris Slingshot Battery-Operated Ride-On EXPIRED

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Walmart has Peg Perego Polaris Slingshot Battery-Operated Ride-On (IGOD0091) for $199. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is also available. Thanks DJ3xclusive
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This 2-seat vehicle features 2 speeds (2.5 & 5 mph) and is rated for kids ages 3-8 w/ a maximum weight of 130lbs. -johnny_miller

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  • Age Range: 3 to 8 years
  • Weight capacity: can hold 2 children up to 130 lbs
  • 2-speeds: 2.5 to 5 mph on grass, dirt or hard surfaces
  • Safety: 5 mph parental lockout for beginning riders
  • Reverse: switches easily to reverse mode, just like the real deal
  • Realistic design: modern look modeled after the real Polaris Slingshot
  • Includes windshield, roll bars and MP3 holder
  • Wheels: high-traction wheels perform well on all surfaces
  • Add a friend: side-by-side seats for 2 passengers
  • Seats: bucket seats, perfect for growing little ones
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Can you tards keep it on topic? We aren't buying a 20k automobile.
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Being wasted? It's not like they're in limited supply... Think of it this way: the more old folks that buy them and don't use them... that's just equals more in the used market for a fraction of the new price. Win-win.
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Thanks! I just ordered a Power Wheels Dune from Walmart that didn't ship yet so I cancelled it and got this one instead. It seems to look cooler with better detailing. Anyone know if this car and brand is actually better than a Power Wheels Dune?
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Thanks! I just ordered a Power Wheels Dune from Walmart that didn't ship yet so I cancelled it and got this one instead. It seems to look cooler with better detailing. Anyone know if this car and brand is actually better than a Power Wheels Dune?
Not sure if it's "better", but it's a good brand.

https://www.walmart.com/search/?q...g%20Perego

You'll see most things are 4-5 stars.
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Interesting so I had an argument with a few friends on the REAL version of this vehicle. Most of my car friends say this thing (the real one) at I think starting around $30k+ is a waste. And I thought that it was a cheaper way for retirees to get into an "open-top" excitement without the dangers of a 2 wheeled motorcycle or the expense of a new roadster (cheapest being the Fiat right now).

Some ppl think it's a bit of stereotype of certain type of people (aside retirees) to own one of these. Anyone got one? Is it really a useless "look at me" fad that will die like the PT Cruiser? I'm curious why ppl buy these (again real one, pretty neat for kid toy).
No they're a shit ton of fun and they're being wasted by retired farks that drive them like a 1998 Lincoln Town Car.
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Interesting so I had an argument with a few friends on the REAL version of this vehicle. Most of my car friends say this thing (the real one) at I think starting around $30k+ is a waste. And I thought that it was a cheaper way for retirees to get into an "open-top" excitement without the dangers of a 2 wheeled motorcycle or the expense of a new roadster (cheapest being the Fiat right now).

Some ppl think it's a bit of stereotype of certain type of people (aside retirees) to own one of these. Anyone got one? Is it really a useless "look at me" fad that will die like the PT Cruiser? I'm curious why ppl buy these (again real one, pretty neat for kid toy).
FYI - they start around $20k. Even better!
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No they're a shit ton of fun and they're being wasted by retired farks that drive them like a 1998 Lincoln Town Car.
Being wasted? It's not like they're in limited supply... Think of it this way: the more old folks that buy them and don't use them... that's just equals more in the used market for a fraction of the new price. Win-win.
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Can you tards keep it on topic? We aren't buying a 20k automobile.
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Ordered one for my sons Christmas. Seems to be a Walmart exclusive?
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I think it can be a good gift for my little nephew. Free shipping makes it a deal. Is the battery rechargable?
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I think it can be a good gift for my little nephew. Free shipping makes it a deal. Is the battery rechargable?
Yes.....
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I think it can be a good gift for my little nephew. Free shipping makes it a deal. Is the battery rechargable?
no, one time use
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