Power Wheels Super Friends Batman Lil' Quad

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Power Wheels Super Friends Batman Lil' Quad

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Power Wheels Fisher-Price Batman Lil' Quad has a sporty, ATV style that also has an updated Batman color scheme with cool Batman graphics. It is perfect for your young adventure seeker! The Power Wheels Fisher-Price Batman Lil' Quad is easy for a toddler to use, with its simple stop-and-go operation that is controlled by the large push button on the handle. It also has a footrest for comfort. The Power Wheels Fisher-Price Batman Lil' Quad is a rechargeable 6 volt entry level Power Wheels that goes 2 miles per hour forward on grass and hard surfaces.


  • Easy stop-and-go operation controlled by a large push button on the handle and footrest
  • Drives 1 forward speed 2 mph
  • 6 volt battery included
  • Adult assembly is required
  • Supervision is recommended
  • Measures: 25.8 x 16.0 x 13.0
  • Recommended ages 1 to 4 years

Brand: Fisher Price

Origin: Imported

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