Top 10 Riding Toys for Kids

Small children love riding toys. Since they first started coming out years ago – the motorized ones – they have gained popularity as the batteries become better and the cars become more powerful. There are actually so many available, that it can be difficult to find the best one. To help you make your choice, we have a look at ten of the most popular ride on toys for kids.

Top 10 Riding Toys for Kids

Power Wheels is one of the most popular brands when it comes to riding toys, but there are others available. This is a quick look at some of the more popular ones.

  • John Deere Ground Force with Trailer – If you are a farmer or your kid dreams of being a farmer, this Green John Deere tractor is a must-have ride on toy.
  • Dora the Explorer Jeep Wrangler – For little girls who love Dora, this is the battery powered car to get, hands down.
  • Fisher-Price Power Wheels Cadillac Escalade EXT – This is expensive, but so is a real Cadillac. When it comes to ride on cars and trucks, this is the top of the line when it comes to extras – like a working radio.
  • RC2 Bob the Builder Scrambler Ride-on - Made for smaller kids, this Bob the Builder battery operated car is one of the more popular ones.
  • Fisher-Price Power Wheels Barbie Jammin' Jeep – This is a super popular Barbie themed Jeep with plenty of extras to make riding fun for girls.
  • Kid Trax Mercedes - If you're looking for something really fancy, this fits the bill perfectly.
  • Power Wheels Ford F150 – For Ford families, this truck is big fun for small boys.
  • Fisher-Price Power Wheels Barbie Ford Mustang – Another Barbie vehicle, this is a classic muscle car, but it's pink and made for girls.
  • National Products Hummer Electric Ride On - This is a lot cheaper than the real Hummer, but it's great fun for kids who want something extra special.
  • Peg Perego John Deere Gator HPX – This doesn't look like a classic tractor, but it's John Deere green, and kids and parents love it.

When buying a ride on toy this year, you want to make sure you follow the instructions carefully when putting it together and charging the batter for the first time. If you have a few extra bucks to spare, it's worth it to get an extra back-up batter right from the start. You can save on shipping this way. When kids start playing with these, they love to go and go and go, and you want to make sure you have enough battery juice to let them go as much as they want to go.