Little Tikes Cozy Coupe 30th Anniversary Car, Non-Assembled, Standard Packaging

Little Tikes Cozy Coupe 30th Anniversary Car, Non-Assembled, Standard Packaging

5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Little Tikes Cozy Coupe, pedal and push riding toys is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 302.
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Product Description Durable Product Brand Story By Little Tikes From the Manufacturer The classic COZY COUPE comes to life in this friendly-faced 30th Anniversay Edition. Now this classic kid powered car has a whole new look. New features include removable floor and handle on back for parent controlled push rides.

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy Assembly I see many reviews about the difficult assembly process. I found the instructions clear and easy to follow. All the parts fit together well. There are quite a few assembly steps, so it took about an hour to complete, but there should be no issues in putting this together if you follow the directions. There's also a new easily removable "floor" if you'd like to use the Coupe for a toddler who's not ready for using it on their own. The "floor" just snaps in and out. This is for my 4 year old grandson, but, with the floor installed, it can also be used by my year-old granddaughter. Once assembled, it appears to be a sturdy well-built toy.
Date published: 2011-04-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from almost impossible to assemble Our daughter loves this product, but it is almost impossible to assemble. The instruction picture booklet is okay, but it would be nice to have some text along with the pictures. The most difficult part to assemble was the front posts - you need herculian strength to push the posts in. In the end, it took full sized adults to hammer the front yellow posts into the car. It was also difficult to screw the four long screws into the back of the car. Assembly took over two hours. This is our first Little Tikes product - but we will avoid future products unless they are better designed for assembly. Hopefully the company will read these reviews and consider a redesign.
Date published: 2009-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy Assembly I see many reviews about the difficult assembly process. I found the instructions clear and easy to follow. All the parts fit together well. There are quite a few assembly steps, so it took about an hour to complete, but there should be no issues in putting this together if you follow the directions. There's also a new easily removable "floor" if you'd like to use the Coupe for a toddler who's not ready for using it on their own. The "floor" just snaps in and out. This is for my 4 year old grandson, but, with the floor installed, it can also be used by my year-old granddaughter. Once assembled, it appears to be a sturdy well-built toy.
Date published: 2011-04-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from VERY Difficult to assemble This was a Christmas gift to my son from his grandparents. It has taken my husband and I TWO days to put this car together. We looked at the written instructions, and the video instructions. Things went pretty smoothly until we got to the part where you had to put the 2 front pillar post in the frame. We tried EVERYTHING....from using a knife to whittle away the extra plastic, trying to hammer the post in, using cooking spray to grease the post hoping it wouild go in easier, to finally softening the plastic with a hair dryer. Save yourself some steps and go straight to the hairdryer. Now that it's put together my son LOVES it!
Date published: 2009-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from VERY Difficult to assemble This was a Christmas gift to my son from his grandparents. It has taken my husband and I TWO days to put this car together. We looked at the written instructions, and the video instructions. Things went pretty smoothly until we got to the part where you had to put the 2 front pillar post in the frame. We tried EVERYTHING....from using a knife to whittle away the extra plastic, trying to hammer the post in, using cooking spray to grease the post hoping it wouild go in easier, to finally softening the plastic with a hair dryer. Save yourself some steps and go straight to the hairdryer. Now that it's put together my son LOVES it!
Date published: 2009-12-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Can get my daughter out of it but....... Ok, I thought I was the only one with the assembly problems but I am glad that pretty much 95% of the people here had the same problems. Lets see, the front pillars almost cause me to drink. After a day and a half and watching the video I pretty much hammered those suckers in. The rear pillars were no better and if i would have known about the hair dryer method I would have done that but it still wouldn't have made getting the screws in that much easier. All in all, once asembled I can't get my daughter out of the car, thanks Little tikes. I hope you guys are reading the reviews and getting some hints for future toys.
Date published: 2010-03-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My granddaughter had better LOVE this!! Upon arriving home and hearing my husband spouting some 4 letter words, I saw the car parts in the middle of the floor. He could not get the front posts to snap into place, had hurt his neck and shoulder and said he was DONE. After nearly breaking my hands, I decided to call the 800 number listed on the instructions. The girl advised me to use some dishwashing liquid and a hairdryer to soften the plastic. I also watched the video. After putting these suggestions to use, and 5 minutes later, I had the 2 front posts snapped into place. My husband is still grumbling, but the dirty words have ceased. It is getting closer to being fully assembled-----and it is only Dec. 23.
Date published: 2009-12-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from almost impossible to assemble Our daughter loves this product, but it is almost impossible to assemble. The instruction picture booklet is okay, but it would be nice to have some text along with the pictures. The most difficult part to assemble was the front posts - you need herculian strength to push the posts in. In the end, it took full sized adults to hammer the front yellow posts into the car. It was also difficult to screw the four long screws into the back of the car. Assembly took over two hours. This is our first Little Tikes product - but we will avoid future products unless they are better designed for assembly. Hopefully the company will read these reviews and consider a redesign.
Date published: 2009-08-30
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