For most children, a dream of the perfect birthday involves receiving a Fisher Price Kawasaki as a gift! The safe, child-sized vehicle has a design similar to that of a classic Sports Utility Vehicle or All-Terrain Vehicle. These small vehicles draw power from long lasting batteries. The much-wished-for toy comes in an array of styles and colors perfect for any good little girl or boy. From the toddler years until the preteen age, the Fisher Price Kawasaki is an on-trend present.
One version, the KFX Ninja Ultimate Terrain Traction, is fire-truck red and features a tough looking exterior. The ATV-style toy advertises handlebars constructed of metal-a rarity in modern children’s toys. It can go in forward and reverse, and speeds along at 2.5 mph or 5 mph. This top-of-the-line vehicle is best for drivers ages 3 and over, and can carry up to 65 pounds of little boy.
Another FP. Kawasaki emits a more feminine vibe with a pink shell. With its Barbie graphics and girlish design, the Barbie Kawasaki KFX with Monster Traction looks like it is perfect for a princess. However, the power behind the girl-friendly vehicle is anything but prissy. Even after the worst rainstorm, the child-sized ATV outperforms similar toys. This Fisher Price Kawasaki goes as fast as the more boyish styles and reports say it includes all the same features. Like the KFX Ninja Ultimate Terrain Traction vehicle, the Barbie Kawasaki KFX with Monster Traction is also for children 3 and up, and has a weight limit of 65 pounds.
For the younger F.P.Kawasaki enthusiast, there is the Fisher Price Lil-Quad Kawasaki. The tiny ATV takes aim at the toddler demographic. Children ages 12 months to 3 years can ride, and it comes in a boy style and a girl style. Both styles top out at 2 mph and can handle the same terrain as the vehicles for the older crowd.
Parents trust FP Kawasaki because it has been making vehicles for children longer than any other manufacturer. The first version hit driveways and sidewalks in 1971. Since that time, the miniature vehicles have never lost their style. The original Fisher Price Kawasaki is often imitated but never duplicated.
In addition to the motor version of the Fisher Price Kawasaki is the FP Kawasaki Tough Trike. This three-wheeled vehicle looks just like a Kawasaki moto-cross bike and can conquer the same rough terrain as the ATVs and SUVs. The tough trike comes in just as many styles as the other vehicles and has versions for boys and girls. Like other tricycles, it prepares a child to ride a bike in the future.
However, the cartoon character styles make it appeal to children more than a classic tricycle. Parents appreciate the safety of the plastic construction; there is no metal to cause concussions. One such plastic cartoon laden version is a special “Thomas the Train Engine” edition. This style is blue and covered in railroad graphics.
Fisher Price Kawasaki dominates the children’s motor vehicle and beginner tricycle market. There has never been another child’s vehicle with the same innovative designs and trendy themes as the Power Wheels FP Kawasaki. For the near future, Fisher Price Kawasaki will remain on top.