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Aldi Australia are launching a new kids’ electric ride-on car after the 2017 version sold out in seconds.

Customers will be able to get their hands on the new motorised vehicle from Saturday 29 September 2018.

This year’s car is a 6V Porsche which has LED headlights, dashboard lights and sound buttons on the steering wheel. The good old Caterpillar tractor is also available. Both retailing for $199.

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Product Description
Official Porsche licensed car includes LED headlights, dashboard lights and sounds on the steering wheel
Single motor with forward and reverse
With working LED headlights and dashboard lights
Interesting sounds on the steering wheel
Rubber non-slip tyre strip
Plastic seat
6V power system
Speeds up to 4km/h in forward or reverse
Includes 2.4GHz digital parent remote control
Maximum rider weight of 35kg

aldi car

Product Description

Official Caterpillar licensed tractor with functional dump bucket with maximum load of 5kg
Speeds up to 4km/h in forward or reverse
Maximum rider weight of 30kg
Functional dump bucket with maximum load of 5kg
Power Trax rubber traction strip tyres with non-slip grip for smooth riding
Can safely ride on slick grass and pavement

We are guessing they won’t be in stock for long.

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  • A great Christmas present go give, thanks!

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  • Looks like they aren’t as popular this year as there is heaps stacked up in my local Aldi

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  • Such amazing items for a reasonable price. Disappointing that ALDI don’t predict the popularity of certain products and just don’t order enough in. Hence they sell out in seconds. Why don’t they have raincheck like other stores do?

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  • Oh wow, that digger looks amazing!!

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  • Whilst these look really cool, you really need to be sure you’re only buying them for kids old enough to use them, and that you have spare or an area for them to use them. Once the excitement wears off, think it through carefully.

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  • This would be awesome for my youngest. I’m not gonna line up in a queue though.

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  • Fun looking vehicles – no doubt there will be queues.


    • And….no doubt these will also be under a few Christmas trees!

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  • Wow the tractor looks awesome… but considering my son already has a car and motorbike maybe I should give it a miss. Plus I don’t really fancy waiting in line before 9am!!

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  • Don’t like those I would rather spend that money on something educational

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  • My previous comment didn’t work.
    Unless these new ones have different instructions, electric toy cars need to be stored undercover area – for safety I would say secure – locked in a garage or toolshed (man cave?) . They have to be plugged into the power when not being driven.

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