Cadillac Escalade Power Wheels

Fisher Price
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Cadillac Escalade Power Wheels

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Look sharp in this Power Wheels version of the Cadillac Escalade EXT. It is a two-seat vehicle with two working doors and all the styling of the Escalade EXT. The restaged styling includes a new front end, chrome grill and headlight design. This 12-volt vehicle has grass performance with a max speed of 5 mph, and includes a working radio and refreshed interior and exterior colors.


  • Grass performance
  • 2 speeds forward (2.5 and 5.0 mph) plus reverse (2.5 mph)
  • Maximum speed: 5 mph
  • All the styling of the Escalade EXT
  • 2 seats
  • 2 working doors
  • Working radio
  • New front end, chrome grill and headlight design
  • Refreshed interior and exterior color
  • Requires one 12V battery (included)
  • Battery requires 18 hours initial charge time
  • Battery lasts 1-3 hours on full charge
  • Dimensions: 60"L x 35"W x 30"H* Maximum weight capacity: 130 lbs * Adult assembly required * Recommended for ages: 3 and up **Material:** Metal, Steel, Plastic **Brand:** Fisher Price **Origin:** Imported

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