Toy Review – Modarri Cars
New Toys for Christmas 2014:
Modarri Cars are not your usual toy cars. Instead of being powered by batteries, they are operated using one’s finger on the bucket seat. They feature real steering and suspension, real high grip rubber tires, and
interchangeable parts for customization, which instantly turns anyone into an auto designer.
Who Is This For?
The Modarri Cars will definitely be gobbled up by parents who want their kids to have a more hands on experience with their toy cars. Toy car collectors will also be interested in adding this non-battery-operated toy car to their collections.
6 and up.
Things We Like
We are thoroughly impressed by the concept of a toy car that uses real springs and linkages, both in the front and rear suspensions. Yes, just like a real car, Modarri Cars feature real steering and suspension systems. This guarantees total performance whenever it hits the road.
And, oh, how it hits the road! The rubber tires are high grip and high traction, which complements how responsive it is on the road. There are no remote controls to be used here. Just put your finger on the bucket seat – the perfect size to accommodate a finger – and start steering and driving the Modarri Car. It will react to each movement your finger makes, so you can be free and imaginative with it, even making it perform stunts such as spins, wheelies, and jumps.
But here is another fun part. In every child, there is an aspiring auto designer. Each Modarri Car has interchangeable parts that you can easily switch and customize. If you have all three models, feel free to switch them up and give your car an entirely new, unique and stylish look.
And there are no restrictions when designing the cars, since every piece will fit on every Modarri car. Swap wheels, roll cages, fenders… practically any and every car part! This definitely gives a lot of room for a child’s creativity. Just imagine the many configurations and designs they can come up with!
Things We Don’t Like
Since the Modarri Cars are not yet out, we still cannot tell for sure if there are any features that come up short of our expectations or what Kickstarter claims it can do.
Each Modarri Car costs $24.95. The combo pack, which includes all 3 Modarri Car varieties, costs $59.95. Modarri Cars are due out during the second half o2014.
Kickstarter has not yet made any announcements on whether or not Modarri Cars are covered by any sort of product warranty.
Is It Worth The Money?
Imagine having the power to decide what your toy car would look like. There is no doubt that the innovative Modarri Car is worth spending your money on and, at $24.95 each, it is reasonably priced, especially when compared to other battery-operated toy cars.
Where Can I Buy?
The Modarri Cars are now available for pre-order at Modarri.com. Once it’s released, you’ll also find it in major toy retailers, as well as online sites such as Amazon.
Innovations when it comes to toys are always welcome, and the innovative Modarri Cars, which let you feel the road, are certainly on top of the list.