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Review of the Razor Dune Buggy

October 03, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 200

The Razor Dune Buggy is a favorite toy with children, and it affords hours of creativity and fun for a comparatively low price tag. Although a good value for your money is important, obviously, the key factor where children are concerned is safety. The reviews I have seen on the Razor Dune Buggy, for the most part, are mainly positive.

The electric, 350-watt motor clearly is a money saver, avoiding the need to fill up at the pump. It also has plenty of torque for some serious ride-on fun, but is slow enough to be safe. And with today's gas prices, that certainly is a huge advantage. Even though younger kids can use this, the recommended age is 8 years and up.

Razor's design team constantly has safety features in mind when constructing their toys. A reduction-drive motor means the Razor Dune Buggy is able to go into high or low gear to adapt to many different terrains, and the roll-cage design affords extra safety to protect your child.

In addition, a seatbelt and padded bucket seat are great safety features making the Razor Dune Buggy a super safe, strong ride-on buggy. A durable steel frame, active suspension in the rear axle, and 8-inch pneumatic tires make this buggy last a long time. A safety flag is included for extra visibility, and gas and brake functions are handled easily with the hand-controlled system.

Also, the Razor Dune Buggy can be hung up and stored vertically to be out of the way for next time. As the Razor Dune Buggy can handle weights up to 120, the older kids can even give it a try.


1. Safety - The key feature of any ride-on toy is clearly ]safety, and Razor has gone to great lengths to ensure this in the design and features of this buggy.

2. Performance - Kids will have hours of fun and excitement driving this buggy with up to 10 mph of cruising speed. Mud is not an obstacle with the power from the Razor Dune Buggy motor.

3. Fully Assembled - Comes ready to unpack and get going.

4. No fuel - As the Razor Dune Buggy runs on battery power, you don't have to stop and think about refilling the tank. Recharging is quick and easy.

5. Driving Controls - Hand operated braking and acceleration controls, making it easier for kids.

6. Lower center of gravity - The Razor Dune Buggy's low center of gravity reduces the chances of the kart tipping over and harming your child.


When initially unpacking, most buggys will require a full charge before initial use. Although this is a minor negative, it can be disappointing for a child to hear they can't play with it yet.


After unpacking, it seems quite evident that the Razor Dune Buggy is a great, safe product for the kids with hours of fun and entertainment to come.

R. Stewart is an outdoor enthusiast dedicated to helping people find a variety of outdoor toys. Check out her website at Razor Go Cart. She provides unbiased information and reviews on buying a variety of Razor products including the Razor MX650 Motorcycle

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