Where Do I Find A Good Pink Remote Control Car For Kids?

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So, are you an RC fan who wants to share their hobby with the little one? Perhaps you know nothing about RC vehicles and your little girl or boy wants a pink one. Either way, you are in the right place. We've collected a list of vehicles so that you can find the perfect pink remote control car that you are looking for. If you are ready, let's discuss!

Pink remote control cars for girls and boys

Just like when you are an adult, you want your car or truck to not only function well, but to also be in a color that you like. Pink is a little harder to find then many others, but it's certainly out there. Here are some examples of our favorites:

Pink remote control car for Toddlers - Kid Galaxy Baja Buggyremote control cars for girls

This cute little number is one of the best remote control cars for toddler girls or boys. Soft and squeezable, the steering wheel shaped remote offers simple control: one button will spin it, while the other moves the vehicle forward. The Baja buggy runs on hardwood, carpet, and on concrete with ease and since it's soft you won't have to worry about any furniture getting damaged in the process. Sure to delight the kiddos, you can find one for as little as $20 so it's not going to put a dent in your wallet.

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Pink remote control car - Elementary and up - RC Barbie Glam Convertible

remote control toys for girlsIf your child is a little older and loves Barbie, then this is a must-have. The RC Barbie car will fit a Barbie or Barbie-sized doll and has an extra seat in the convertible in case Ken or another of Barbie's friends wants to ride along with her. Tiny seatbelts help secure the dolls in place. It also has taillights, headlights, side mirrors and a small rear-view mirror for that feeling of realism in your child's adventures. It's no powerhouse like some of the models to come but kids love them. This model typically retails around $40.

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"Perfect for making jumps and living a little more dangerously"

High school and up - Aleko 4WD Nitro Off-road buggyremote control cars for toddler girl

Looking for something with a little power for an older child? The Aleko is definitely a move up from vehicles that we listed before. With 4 wheel drive it can move over quite a bit more varied terrain. Indoors or outdoors, this buggy definitely gets around and the aluminum chassis that it comes with means it's very durable as well. Perfect for making jumps and living a little more dangerously. This car is a nitro engine vehicle, so it does run on gas, so if your kid wants a little more realism in their vehicle (or maybe they want to work up to racing yours) then this is a great higher-end car to get them started with. This one retails for about $270. More expensive than our previous models but much more exciting.

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High school and up - Traxxas Slash/Pink body upgrade

rechargeable radio controlled carsNow we are getting into the big leagues for pink remote controlled cars and trucks for girls and boys. If you want to eschew disposable batteries and move up to rechargeable radio controlled cars then this is an excellent high-end choice. The Slash can hit speeds of up to 30 miles per hour and do so safely in all sorts of weather, due to its waterproof electronics. This model also comes with a NIMH rechargeable battery so that you don't have to worry about disposables all the time. With oil filled shocks and front and rear bumpers, it is built to take a beating and can be upgraded if your child wants to take fun time with their RC vehicle a step further. Traxxas does offer a lot of quality but this and our next entry are at the highest end of the vehicles we've listed, with the Slash pricing in at $230 and the pink body upgrade for around $130 as well.

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High school and up - Traxxas T Maxx/Pink pig upgradegirls remote car

This one is the real monster of our list, with the most bells and whistles and the highest price tag. The T Maxx weighs in at a whopping 10 pounds and if you get this for your child you are probably going to want to get one for yourself as well. Largely upgradeable, you can fit it with aluminum shocks and casters, reinforce the bulkhead, or even upgrade the engine and batteries. That's not all, there are numerous wheel types, bumpers, headlights, and more. You can even get a clear shell for it if your child wants to paint their own. This one is the fastest on the list, reaching speeds of up to 45 miles per hour (and higher if you upgrade it to a Lithium polymer battery and a brushless engine). The Pink pig body will only set you back about $30 but the truck itself is a bit more dear at around $550. If you are an RC hobbyist yourself and looking to share that love with your child then this is likely the best on the list, with enough upgrades that you can spend years modifying and racing each other's vehicles. There really is nothing quite like a shared hobby.

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Some final words    

Well, we've just delved most thoroughly into the subject of pink remote control cars for girls and boys. Starting small, we've got various age ranges covered and we hope that this will help you to make the perfect selection for your loved one. Don't just take our word for it, however. Check out the vehicles that we have listed here on YouTube to see them in action so that you can make sure that the one that you are considering is absolutely perfect. After all, you might be sowing the seed for a lifetime hobby here and that's certainly worth all of the time that you invest. We wish you and yours happy trails.

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Stan D

Editor at RCDrone101.com
Stan is the editor at RCDrone101.com where we are passionate about all things Remote Control and especially Drones! We want you to know as much about them as possible before you buy and when you are getting used to them. There are a lot of questions about RC & drones and that's where we come in, to help you with relevant information.