- Jul 24, 2023
- Reaction score
- Model X (former), Model 3 (former), 2X Model Y's
Haha, right!! Pretty sure my son will freak out when he sees it. Super expensive, but they are only young once, right? I'll test it for 210 pounds and report back, HAHAYou beat me to posting this!
It's pretty irresistible.
I'm sure the 150lb weight limit is... flexible.
Mine is a huI want to get it but my oldest is 3 soooo lol
Hahaha, love it....I'd be in if that wasn't 20k and range sucks in the winter.Great the Cyberquad is back but unfortunately "Seat support spring removed" which means no suspension on the rear axle. Ok for an urban environment but not so good for rural/off road. Oh, wait...that's the excuse I was looking for to buy the Polaris Ranger XP Kinetic (ignoring wait list/order backlog).
But....when his favorite toy is the cyberquad that came with the cybertruck toy, it might be priceless. HahaI bought the original version. It was fun, and it did fine with my 165 lb frame. Of course, it was recalled and I had to disable it by sending the control unit back to Radio Flyer. Now I have a non-working Quad (but with suspension!).
It’s cool… but not worth $1,900. Steering is super sketchy and it does tip easily (which allowed for some Dukes of Hazzard style two-wheel side drives!).
Even though the battery has a Tesla logo on it, I’d still put the $1,900 in $TSLA.