The 10 Best Push Cars For Toddlers

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This wiki has been updated 17 times since it was first published in January of 2020. Toddlerhood is one of the most exciting stages in a child's life - and an exhausting time for parents. Push cars are a great way to entertain children and help them expend some energy by taking a quick ride around the block or navigating an indoor obstacle course. The wide range of learning features available will have tiny tots giggling with glee while keeping their minds stimulated. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Step2 Ford F-150 Raptor

2. Little Tikes Cozy Coupe

3. Little Tikes Cozy Roadster

Editor's Notes

January 19, 2020:

Keeping a toddler busy with a certain toy is one of the many difficulties of parenthood. Push cars are an easy way to keep little minds occupied while encouraging active movement. We made sure this list includes affordable options because we all know how expensive it is to raise children.

If your child is intrigued by musical sounds, the Fisher-Price Music Parade is a definite contender because it offers lots of instrumental play. We also included several models, like the Best Choice Ride-On, that easily transform from a push car to a foot-powered car, adding years of additional use. Even the classic Little Tikes Cozy Coupe has new features for growing with your child.

Your ultimate decision will likely be based on more than just the price, which is why we chose push cars with different features ranging from cup holders and canopies to MP3 adapters and cell phone mounts. This list will help to determine which features are must-haves for your child and for yourself.

4. Step2 Buggy

5. Step2 Whisper Ride II

6. Best Choice Ride-On

7. Fisher-Price Music Parade

8. Best Ride On Mercedes

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9. Little Tikes Quiet Buggy

10. Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn

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