Modarri Toy Cars Review & Giveaway


There’s a new car in town.

A toy car, as a matter of fact.

The award-winning Modarri, from Thoughtfull Toys, is the toy car reinvented, and the days of Matchbox and Hot Wheels may just be numbered.

The beauty of a Modarri car is that it feels real. It drives like a real one, with realistic suspension, tight turning radius, and finger sized bucket seat that has you feeling the road.

Using your finger to drive, the Modarri can do tight turns, figure 8s, wheelies, drifts, and anything else you can imagine.

partsBetter yet, each Modarri car has interchangeable parts, including a chassis, hood, seat pan, seat, fenders and frame, four wheels, front suspension and rear suspension, so a child can play auto designer and make their own unique creation.

Modarri is all about open-ended play: Build a Modarri toy car, break it down, build it a new way. Each car is at least five-in-one. With additional cars, the possibilities are almost endless.

I haven’t been this impressed with a new toy for quite some time. The people at Thoughtfull Toys set out to redesign the toy car and have succeeded beyond all expectations. These cars are beautiful, durable, imaginative, and just plain fun.

91tiAbAgxfL._SL1500_I have a Modarri T1 Track Car to give away to one lucky reader. Use any or all of the choices in the Rafflecopter widget below to enter this contest. The more you enter, the better your chances! I will pick a winner at the end of next week.

You can visit the Modarri website to learn more about these cars. You can also find them at most toy stores, including Amazon.

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12 thoughts on “Modarri Toy Cars Review & Giveaway

      • Trevor Here from the “Modarri Marketing Department”. We will in fact be using that phrase “Lego Cars on Crack”. Still laughing…but it’s true…they are! Thank you for the nice comments. We loved our Hot Wheels when we were kids, so we designed these to be everything our Hot Wheels lacked.

  1. My son has been playing with cars from day one (he’s almost four) and he also loves to build things, so I know he would enjoy these. This is the perfect balance of build and play.

  2. I love the fact that someone is doing something new with a generations old toy which we al thought was beyond reinventing. Nice one Modarri, and great review! I know that my little lad would love one of these, not only the playing with it, but also taking it apart and putting it back together would really be something a child with autism, like him, would adore. Great work on the blog

  3. These cars look awesome! My favorite toy as a kid was definitely my old car set and a little sheet that had a road map on it. My sisters and I would spend hours driving our cars around. I can’t forget my Nintendo though. I seriously loved that thing and want one now!

  4. My very favorite childhood toy was my Eych a Sketch. I spent hours and hours playing with that thing. I think I took it everywhere and got really good at it!

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