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Easy Steer Sportster

Unique modern styling and adapts to multiple terrains! Made in USA of US and imported parts. Accessories made in China.

  • Stylish and fun design eases the transition from strollers
  • Adult steers with push handle
  • Full turn front wheels provide better maneuverability
  • Handle folds under for easy storage and transport
  • "Whisper Wheels" provide a smooth, quite ride
  • Caster wheel engages for easy swivel turning and retracts for riding on rough terrain
  • Pretend steering wheel with "beep beep" horn sounds
  • Large capacity under-hood storage is perfect for snacks or supplies
  • Cup holders for child and mom
  • Maximum weight: 50 lbs (22.7 kg)
  • Find out which buggy is the perfect fit for your child, click here!
  • Adult assembly required
Recommended Age: 18m - 48m
Product Number: 727600
Dimensions: 36.75 H 19.50 W 47.00 D
Weight: 18.00 lbs
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Step2Easy Steer Sportster
 
4.2

(based on 17 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (11)

  • 4 Stars

     

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  • 3 Stars

     

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88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (10)
  • Easy to use (8)
  • Comfortable (5)
  • Easy to clean (5)
  • Fun (5)

Cons

  • Poor quality (3)

Best Uses

  • Everyday use (4)
  • Indoors (4)
  • Outdoors (3)
  • Small children (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Parent of two or more children (6), First time parent (4)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (9), Yes (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

best one so far..

i had to write a review. we really love this buggy. we are not first time parents and previously owned both the original push around buggy and the whisper ride buggy..
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i had to write a review. we really love this buggy. we are not first time parents and previously owned both the original push around buggy and the whisper ride buggy..

they all have been great but not as great as this one. the original push around buggy worked well however those plastic wheels were quite loud. also in order to put the handle away to fit it in our trunk, we would have to pull out a knob for storage. It was a little smaller and was therefore outgrown faster.

the whisper ride buggy was great,,it was a little bigger than the original and the wheels are really quiet however it did not have the option for folding the handle, or taking out the knob, like the original, so traveling with it was difficult.
the other difference in the whisper ridde was also the electronic horn.

this new buggy is great. it is wider than the others and roomier, it has the new steering option which is great. i guess if you have not driven the other buggys you would not notice it. but turning curves or just turning around on the other buggys was not very smooth,almost like dragging it, and it makes a great difference. we love it. and this buggy the handle can be folded down for storage and without taking out any knobs.this new buggy does not have the elecronic horn, however i was quite fine with that. i guess its a matter of preference, but for me this is better. with the whisper ride as soon as you even lightly just touch it, it would make noise, and it got a bit much for us.
and yes, the cup holder on the handle will only hold a bottle of water, i imagine its for safety(i have to dissagree with a previous reviewer who wanted to put cup of coffe in it. Im not sure why someone would want to put a cup of hot coffe on the handle of a childs buggy while driving it, as it sits right above a childs head as it seems a little dangerous,just saying)

bottom line is we love it.

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Steering Wheel Won't Stay in!!!

This is a fun toy. Unfortunately, the steering wheel won't stay in making the product next to useless for a child trying to simulate driving. This was an expensive Christmas mistake. Add to...Read complete review

This is a fun toy. Unfortunately, the steering wheel won't stay in making the product next to useless for a child trying to simulate driving. This was an expensive Christmas mistake. Add to that, I waited on hold for a half an hour to request assistance on December 26 and when the operator came on she introduced herself and then promptly hung up. Repeat call backs were met with a busy signal. Poor customer service.

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5.0

Great product my son loves it

By Miller around town

from New york

About Me First Time Parent, Stay At Home Parent

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Assemble
  • Fun
  • Safe

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Step2 Easy Steer Sportster:

      Very easy to assemble and my son enjoys it everyday and can handle any terrain

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      • No

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      5.0

      The Step2 Easy Steer Sportster Ride On

      By The Victory Test

      from RHODE ISLAND

      About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy To Assemble
      • Fun
      • Safe

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indoors
        • Outdoors

        Comments about Step2 Easy Steer Sportster:

        The Step2 Easy Steer Sportster is definitely one of the coolest looking toys ever. It is a push style ride on toy with a long handle that folds underneath for storage. Parents will love to push their little ones around in this stylish easy to maneuver Sportster. It has caster wheels for easy turning that retract to accommodate multiple terrains. The max weight is 50 pounds which is great because it will last a few years. I really like that it has cup holders, one on the handle for parents and another on the car for the child. The adult cup holder is very narrow and will only accommodate a bottle of water so if you are an Ice coffee drinker like me you will be stuck carrying your coffee. The hood of the car is a mini storage which is pretty cool, you can throw some diapers/wipes in there or your child can use it to store some of their favorite toys. Victory really likes to beep the horn and stays entertained minutes at a time. The wheels are a durable plastic that are surprisingly very quiet. One thing that I find to be a pain is that when Victory gets tired there is no way for her to get comfortable for a nap and so I don't recommend taking the Sportster on a very long walk as you just might get stuck carrying your little one all the way home. Other than that Victory loves her ride on and gives it 4.8 out of 5 stars. This review can also be found on my blog at: http://thevictorytest.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-step2-easy-steer-sportster-ride-on.html

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        5.0

        Great product, easy use, would buy again

        By Dawn

        from Pleasant Valley, NY

        About Me Family Friend Parent

        Verified Buyer
        new-bee

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy to Use
        • Fun
        • Safe

        Cons

        • Not Easy To Assemble

        Best Uses

        • Indoors
        • Outdoors
        • Small Children
        • Special Needs

        Comments about Step2 Easy Steer Sportster:

        This is the perfect little car for strolling through parks or along trails, thanks to the pivot wheel making rough terrain smoother.

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        • Yes

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        5.0

        Granddaughter Loves It

        By Grandma Maggie

        from Michigan

        About Me Grandparent

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        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Assemble
        • Fun
        • Safe

        Cons

        • So Far No Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indoors
        • Small Children

        Comments about Step2 Easy Steer Sportster:

        After a rocky start, Step 4 got this to me in a timely manner.

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        • Yes

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        5.0

        Great product!

        By mom

        from Texas

        About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent

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        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Assemble
        • Fun
        • Kid friendly
        • Safe

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Indoors
          • Outdoors
          • Small Children

          Comments about Step2 Easy Steer Sportster:

          I got this for my son's first birthday. He loves it! It is a great transition from the stroller and he can use it even after he starts walking. We take it every where! He can even get in and out of it on his own. He also loves to push it around.

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          Easy Steer Sportster
          Already Asked: 13 Questions, 56 Answers
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          Step2.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
          Sanjay S: Kids always be happy and they enjoy with this. Jul 18, 2014
          M. J B: GRANDAUGHTER BIRTHDAY Jul 12, 2014
          Liana M: For my son, so that way me and him can have more fun outdoors Jun 6, 2014
          Victoria W: my nephew is turning 3 and this is the biggest push car and i know he'll love it May 5, 2014
          Donna P: My son told me that my grandson wanted it! :) Apr 9, 2014
          Jennifer M: A friend of mine has one for her son and my daughter absolutely loved it, so I ordered one for her. Mar 26, 2014
          Roxanna S: I like the products Mar 25, 2014
          Dawn H: My initial choice was made because the caster wheel was very appealing.

          I hope the birthday boys love it!
          Mar 11, 2014
          Brenda R: Grandsons birthday Feb 21, 2014
          Donna J: Like the caster wheel idea and the newer look! Jan 29, 2014
          MICHAEL P: WE HAVE ALSO PURCHASED THE WHISPER RIDE MODELS (PINK & BLUE) FOR OUR GRANDCHILDREN. THEY JUST LOVE THEM. NOW WE ARE PURCHASING THE RED EASY STEER TO HAVE AT OUR HOUSE FOR THEM TO ENJOY WHEN THEY VISIT AND WALK WITH US. Jan 29, 2014
          Rawleigh Y: Cause it rocks Jan 4, 2014
          Mary M: Wanted 1yr old Grandson to have a special ride on with a steering wheel. Looked perfect for use in beach areas, too. Oct 1, 2013
          Nubia C: Fabulous item to transition between stroller and walking. Sep 18, 2013
          Linda J: I bought a blue one for my other grandson and he has alot of enjoyment with it. My family takes a walk every evening and we push our 18 month old grandson in it. Sep 16, 2013
          Pauline S: recommended by a neighbor - she likes the caster wheel that allows her to steer easily Sep 14, 2013
          Victoria K: my friend recommended it Sep 14, 2013
          Larry W: I buy from Step 2 Made in America safe quality made products for children Jul 24, 2013
          Roula B: My daughter received this item as a Christmas gift and loves it so grandma wanted one for her house. May 26, 2013
          ericha s: It was recommended by friends and seemed like a great way to visit the zoo every week! May 8, 2013
          A shopper asked: Can the child use this on their own without being pushed? What age limit would you recommend? Jun 10, 2014
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          Kristin G: No, the child can not ride it on their own, they will need to be pushed. A child could use this as soon as they are able to sit up and keep their balance while bumping around. My daughter is almost 4 and still loves riding in hers. Jun 10, 2014
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          Kathleen P: It would be difficult for a child use use this without being pushed. So no, you would need to push the child. My grandsons, ages 2 and 5 love this car. I would say 5 years old is the limit because of the size of the toy. Jun 10, 2014
          Reply to Kathleen Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Jocelyn K: No the floor of the car prevents their feet from touching the ground so they cannot propel themselves. Our two year old starting preferring other toys that he could control himself. Jun 10, 2014
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          Step2Staff: This car is not a foot-to-floor vehicle, so it cannot be used without being pushed. The weight limit for this push car is 50 lbs. Jun 10, 2014
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          Melissa H: There is no way for the child to drive/operate the car without being pushed. Recommended ages - 12 months - 36 months. Jun 10, 2014
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          Laura P: It has a floor in it so it can't be used with the child's feet. Id recommend ages 1 - 2 Jun 10, 2014
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          Shawn. P: No, a child cannot use this without being pushed Jun 10, 2014
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          Troy D: No. He is almost 3 and he still love it. Jun 10, 2014
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          Sharon G: No, must be pushed. Use until age 3 Jun 10, 2014
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          A shopper asked: How is the legroom on this one compared to the push around buggy? My son just turned 2 and he is tall, so it's been tight for him to keep sitting in the push around. I don't want to get this one and find out the leg room is the same. Thanks! May 6, 2013
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          Angie W: My daughter LOVES this little car. There is not a lot of leg room, but she still loves it. She is 7 but has Down Syndrome so she is short. She will sometimes stick her legs out the sides. We will probably be using this until she can't fit in the seat anymore. However, this is not the CHEAPEST ride on toy that you would want to only use for a short time. I hope this helps. May 8, 2013
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          Kristin G: This one has more leg room than the push around buggy. I have a 2.5 year old daughter who is also tall for her age. My cousin has the push around buggy and my daughter was always hitting her knees on the "dash" when she got in. This one fits her much better. Also, there is nothing between the feet like the push around buggy has - it is all open. My daughter LOVES this thing. She would stay in it all day if someone would push her that long. Hope this helps. May 8, 2013
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          Joan B: I purchased this instead of others for the legroom and the cup holders when my son turned 2. He will be 3 in two weeks and is tall for his age - 39 inches. He loves riding around in this car and I hope we get mileage out of it for at least another year. May 7, 2013
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          Jessica C: I bought this for my son for his first birthday. He will be turning 2 this summer. He is tall also and already wears 3t clothing. He still has a lot of room to grow in it. This is by far his favorite toy May 8, 2013
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          Linda K: I can't answer that question since I am unfamiliar with the push around buggy. My grand-daughter is 3, average height, and seems to have no issue with leg room. Sorry I couldn't be more help May 6, 2013
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          Gail G: This model has a lot more leg room. I bought it for my granddaughter who was tight in other one. She is going on 4 now and still can use it comfortably and she is tall too. We love it! May 8, 2013
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          Sylvia S: My grandson is about 35" tall and while his legs are bent (not roomy enough to straighten out legs), but he doesn't have any issue with the leg room there is. May 8, 2013
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          Meredith W: Our son is tall and did very well with this model. It seems to have more leg room in comparison. May 7, 2013
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          ashley h asked: Are the dimensions of the whisper ride 2 and the easy steer the same? as in foot room and seat space? and the easy steer also whisper ride wheels? is there less room in the hood (storage space) of the easy steer, due to the lever to pull up the coater wheels? Jul 20, 2013
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          Maryanne L: The easy steer sportster is much roomier in the seat and leg room than the other models. My grandson did not outgrow it as fast as I believe he would have with the other model. He lives in a city and we often took longer trips than perhaps others do. The easy steer also has whisper ride wheels. The concept of the coaster wheels is good, but the problem is with the two front wheels. They just snap in and on a bumpy sidewalk they easily come undone. I'd snap them in on our walk, but they sometimes don't go in as far as they should. I'd still buy this model over the other because of the size. There is room under the hood for a couple of diapers, a baggie of wipes, t-shirt, and a pair of shorts. It's not a lot of room, but it's enough. Jul 22, 2013
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          ashley h: Update: I bought this car and we love it! I bought it for my 13 month old but my 4 1/2 year old loves it too and actually fits in it! We have the original whisper ride for my 4 year old and although he still plays with it in the yard, he pretends he's a mechanic, he is a little big for it. He still wants to be pushed in his as well so we do but his knees or up to his chest. The new easy stear is definatly an improvement over the old whisper ride. I have not tried the new whisper ride II. There is more leg room and of course much easier to stear and even off the sidewalk I don't need to pull up the coaster wheels they work fine in the grass as well. The only downfall is the storage area in our whisper ride is much larger but that's because there is less leg room and I prefer the leg room. I can buy a clip to hang a storage bag on the handle. Our little dog would ride in the storage area under the hood with hood open of course and my son loved that they could ride together but I know it wasn't made for that so can't complain. I love that the handle can be moved so it can be put in the car. And unlike the other reviews my husband had no problems putting it together. Love this car and so does my 13 month old little girl! I Los attached some toy keys to he stealing wheel for her to play with. Jul 29, 2013
          Reply to ashley Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Step2Staff: Yes, the product dimensions are the same the Easy Steer Sportster does have the whisper ride wheels. There is slightly less storage under the hood when compared to the Whisper Ride II but there is still plenty of room to store snacks, sunglasses, etc. May we suggest watching the product video on this page by clicking the red arrow over the image http://www.step2.com/p/Easy-Steer-Sportster? This give you more visibility into the amount of room taken up by the caster wheel. Jul 22, 2013
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          Rose Marie H: I bought both the roadster in red and the easy ride II in pink. I have to granddaughter the same age. The pink II is bigger than the roadster but the steering is both the same. They love this and I take both 2 yrs olds at the same time with no problems steering both. Jul 25, 2013
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          Sharon G: Sorry if I have already posted an answer! It disappeared from my computer...
          I think the foot room and seat space in the Easy Steer are more than adequate. There is definitely less storage space in the Easy Steer due to the lever. It does steer well, though!
          Jul 22, 2013
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          ashley h asked: Thank you for the earlier response! I'm still trying to decide between the whisper I I and the easy steer. 2 deciding factors when my son had the original little push around buggy we used the storage area. It was so nice I didn't need a diaper bag! So di want to give up storage space for easy turning? Also my baby is the only girl in the family and I really wanted her to have the pink one in that every thing she has are from the boys. I would also like to suggest adding a sun shade. A pull out shade. This is the only reason I have looked at other brands. We live in Florida and a shade would be a selling point. But I'm still going to stick with step I I in that my son loved his so much and actually still does although he's 4 and no longer fits with his long legs. We had the small push around and the first whisper ride. Actually liked the little push around better because of the small size and was actually easyier to push but was loud. I feel the width of the newer ones are a little over kill. They are too wide and take up too much room in a car. I don't know a child that needs that wide of a seat. Maybe more leg room but not width. My 4 year old has lots of room in his with width just not a lot of leg room but I know these are not for older children he just still really likes it. I love step 2 products just wish the easy steer was pink which I know is a silly issue and I can't find a single store in my area that has these little cars for me to try them out to see if I can't get everything I need in the storage area and is he easy steer easy to lift the wheel back up with the child inside? We do a lot of park walking and off sidewalks.i don't remember my husband having any issues putting together our past cars and everything stayed put but he is an engineer :) Jul 22, 2013
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          eri k: where can I buy accessories for the Easy steer sportster step 2 ? I need to buy those accessories for blocking the tires.

          please let me know
          Jan 13, 2014
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          Carroll jean A: Easy steer is worth it! Jul 22, 2013
          eri k: yes it is Jan 13, 2014
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          A shopper asked: Do it come two seater? Jul 20, 2013
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          Step2Staff: At this time this Easy Steer Sportster is not available in two seater but that is a good idea and we will pass it along to the product management group. Jul 22, 2013
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          ashley h: Great idea! Jul 29, 2013
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          A shopper asked: Are there any other models with the easy steer or is this the only one? Apr 18, 2013
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          Step2Staff: We just release the Easy Turn Coupe that also has this feature http://www.step2.com/p/Easy-Turn-Coupe Apr 18, 2013
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          Gina D: Not sure, but you will love this one! I bought it for my grandson and he and his parents love it! I would highly recommend it to yyou. Apr 18, 2013
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          A shopper asked: Will this product be available in other colors as well as red? Apr 6, 2013
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          Nancy S: It was only available in red when I bought it for my grandson so I had to buy a similar model in pink for his twin sister. Apr 8, 2013
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          Step2Staff: At this point in time there is no plan to bring additional colors to market on this item. Apr 8, 2013
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          Donna P asked: HOw do I get directions in in English in order assemble the car? There were non in English. Dec 10, 2013
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          Anne R: I did't need directions. Just go with your thoughts. Or you can call the company and ask them to send them or email them to you Dec 11, 2013
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          Sara B asked: Does the easy steer sportster come with a seatbelt like your other buggies? Sep 4, 2013
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          Step2Staff: Yes, this push car comes with a seat belt. Sep 5, 2013
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          ashley h asked: Any parents have had the whisper ride ii and this easy steer? Which would you recommend? Will be using inside and outside on sidewalks and off sidewalks. Are the wheels easy to retract when child is in seat? Jul 22, 2013
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          Melissa H: Easy steer is far superior to the whisper ride. My neighbors have the whisper ride and it doesn't turn unless you put it on its back wheels and rotate the entire car. Easy steer makes turning a breeze with the front 3rd wheel. The 3rd wheel is easy to retract with child sitting in the car, although you probably won't retract it a whole lot. Jul 22, 2013
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          A shopper asked: Any plans for a double push car that two can sit in? Or an attachable side car? I have two grandsons who are close in age. It would be nice to be able to take them for walks together. I like pushing rather than pulling a wagon! May 13, 2013
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          Step2Staff: This is great feedback and we will be sure to share it internally. Jul 30, 2013
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          A shopper asked: Are any of these available with the removable floor so they can push themselves without the use of the handle? Apr 25, 2013
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          Step2Staff: At this point in time, this ride on toy does not come with a removable floor board. May I suggest the Easy Turn Coupe? http://www.step2.com/p/Easy-Turn-Coupe Apr 29, 2013
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