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Power Wheels for Twins

Power Wheels are a fun, popular series of ride-on toys that have existed since the '80s. Many generations of children have grown up with these fun toys, and they are great for children with twins/siblings. If you have twins, looking into a 2-seater option is a great idea as they don't have to take turns, and it is a great bonding experience. 

A great 2-seater Power Wheels for twins is the Dune Racer, which resembles an SxS UTV and is very capable when offroading. It has plenty of room and a lowered profile for a greater sense of speed and interactivity.   

In this article, I will be briefly going over 12 more 2 seater power wheels to help you decide which one is right for your twins. Read on if you would like to see more options! 

What To Note When Choosing a Power Wheel Model

Power Wheels are great, but they are also consistent and similar to each other in terms of their features and how fast they can go.

Choosing between Power Wheels largely comes down to:

  • Styling
  • How many seats it has
  • Branding (Jeep, Ford Raptor, etc.)
  • Price 
  • Specific features such as different voice lines from the pretend radio, compartments to hold objects, and microphones change the user's voice.

Other than these factors, all modern Power Wheels use a 12-volt battery, have a maximum forward speed of 5 mph (except for the ATV), have child safety features as a speed limiter that goes down to 2.5 mph, and remote control for parents to intervene or “drive” around especially young children. 

Basically, I am saying to choose based on what you think your children's preference may be, such as if they want an off-road-looking vehicle or a streetcar. And since Fisher-Price has many brand affiliations with popular characters and franchises, you'll likely be able to find a model and edition that your children will love!

Power Wheels Dune Racer

As mentioned at the beginning, the Power Wheels Dune Racer is a very good pick if you are looking for a 2 seater Power Wheel. It’s roomy. off-road capable, and is a Power Wheel in the purest sense. In addition, it’s also one of the cheaper power wheels at around $250 regularly. I mentioned it first for a reason!

Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler model is a popular choice for its friendly Jeep styling and offroading capabilities. There are many variants of this model (I will share some of them), but this is a good base to start with as it is gender-neutral, and the only branding on it is Jeep.

From the product page on the Fisher-Price Website:

“With the realistic Jeep® grille, roll bars, and front & back fenders, kids will feel like they're driving the real thing! Plus, a larger cockpit area and increased wheelbase give kids more legroom and improved stability. Drives two speeds forward (2.5 & 5 mph max.), plus reverse, on hard surfaces and grass, with a high-speed lock-out option for beginners and Power-Lock® brakes.”

Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler Gameday

This is very similar to the “regular” Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler; the key differences are the styling and the net that has been installed in the back, which is intended to carry sporting balls in which it comes; with three in the box!

It also features a pretend radio with gameday-specific sounds. If your twins are into sports, they will enjoy this version of the Jeep Wrangler!

Power Wheels Ford F150 Raptor

Based on the popular and ever so desirable pickup truck, the Power Wheels Ford Raptor is the truck's styling with off-road capabilities to boot thanks to its lifted design and large, wide tires. 

It also has a truck bed since it is a pickup truck, after all. It can store whatever your child wants in it as long as it fits! It even has a functioning lift-and-lower tailgate. But that's not the only storage it has; it even has a compartment in the dashboard. 

Other features include a pretend radio with a voice amplifying microphone and built-in tunes and sound effects. 

The only con is the price, which is higher than the other Power Wheels models, likely due to Ford asking for a pretty penny for the branding and the unique build compared to other Power Wheels. 

Power Wheels Baja Trailer

This Power Wheel is straight-up an SxS, and it's one of the more realistic-looking models you can buy. Like the Dune Racer, this can go offroad and features two large seats to share the fun!

From the product page:

“Gravel, wet grass, and pretend lava is no match for the Power Wheels® Baja Trailster™ ride-on vehicle from Fisher-Price®. Young drivers can race into all sorts of “off-road” adventures in this rad ride-on, which features a roof with a mounted pretend light bar and a spacious cockpit that fits two riders. The Baja Extreme battery-powered vehicle is designed to handle rough backyard terrain with a sturdy steel frame, rugged tires, supportive metal sidebars.”

Can't pick between this and the Dune Racer? They are very similar, but the main differences are that the Baja Trailster sits a bit higher and doesn't have a roll cage, and the most obvious difference, the overall styling. Either way, you are getting a fun ride-on toy!

Power Wheels Jeep Wrangler Willys

This is perhaps the most realistic-looking Power Wheels that fisher-price sells. It's all black with slick decals on the side with a removable toy shovel to boot. It's a very nice-looking ride-on toy, and thus it is probably our overall favorite out of all the Jeep Wrangler editions. 

It also comes equipped with a pretend radio and a microphone with a voice-changer. Can't decide which Wrangler to get? This is the most neutral option in our opinion, and it will be sure to please a boy or a girl, which is helpful if your twins are opposite genders! 

Power Wheels Barbie Dream Camper

The Barbie Dream Camper is one of the largest out of all the Power Wheels, and with a camper in the name, it better be!

The interior is very roomy and has a lot going on! 

From the product page:

“Your backyard becomes the ultimate travel destination with this Power Wheels® Barbie® Dream Camper™ ride-on vehicle! Kids can drive to their favorite spot, with the voice of Barbie providing directions, and then set up camp—just open the back to reveal an awesome play kitchen with tasty treats inside! A fold-out grill and pretend campfire add to the role-play fun.”

The appeal of this Power Wheel is pretend camping, and if your children like Barbie, this is one of the best Power Wheels you can buy as it is packed with features. The only downside is that it is one of the priciest models due to these neat features. 

Power Wheels Ford Mustang

Known for their affordable horsepower and slick design, Ford Mustangs are one of the most popular sports cars in the U.S. Naturally, a Power Wheels version of this car makes a lot of sense, and both Fisher-Price and Ford pulled it off!

This is another realistic-looking Power Wheel with glossy red paint and overall styling that mimics a real Mustang. The interior also looks very nice and features a pretend radio with built-in tunes.

Other Great Options


Those were 13 of our picks for great two-seater Power Wheels for twins. Other brands make ride-on toys as well if you'd like to explore further. An example of one would be this GMC Sierra, which is very realistic looking and is worth considering if your twins prefer a more “grown-up” looking ride-on toy. I've linked a video below that showcases the best ones: