Rated 4 out of 5Â by Cameron's Mom The cutest and most functional tricycle!
Not only is this tractor ridiculously adorable, it's SO functional when paired with the Step2 trailer! (A MUST HAVE, btw). It's very large, my 2 1/2 year old is tall (40") and can barely pedal it - so this is probably not for most children younger than 3. Also, because the front wheel is so small it's not very easy to pedal in grassy or dirt terrain. However, I'd still highly recommend it for any tractor enthusiasts.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HeartandSeoul Fantastic Tractor!
My son had tried out a Step2 tractor and cart at a local apple orchard, they had several Step2 and several little tikes tractors there for the kids to play on. The Step2 tractors were much bigger, and not tippy like the other ones were. I was disappointed when I came home and looked them up only to find they'd been "retired". I asked about them possibly coming back, on the Step2 Facebook page, and was just beyond thrilled when they brought them back! My son got his tractor and cart a few weeks ago, it's actually an early birthday/Christmas present, because we have too much snow on the ground at Christmas time for him to enjoy it. He LOVES his tractor! He can't quite reach the pedals yet (this is one big tractor!) but he doesn't mind at all..and he'll be able to grow into it.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by WMS2009 Great Product
I love this ride-on tractor and so does my 4-year-old. Anything from Step 2 is good quality product and they have the best customer service around. If you are looking for something besides a typical tricycle, this is a great item. It even has a little trailer you can attach to the back (sold separately) that is super cute and fun for the kids. It was a little tricky to put together, but it's worth it.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by pa Probably should have a 4 Years Plus rating
Can tip easily. Pedals too far from seat . Why not include pedal blocks Too big for a 3 year old. Pal nuts are a cheap not removable way to put things together. Front fork plastic pieces did not fit together tightly without fear of over tightening & cracking parts. Not much holding rear axle on. Plastic wheels too slippery & noisy.. Why no rubber treads?