Bought there 1mth and a half to answer a cry from the heart of my little boy of 21 months, this toy at first perfectly met my expectations: extremely simple operation immediately understood by my child, the remote robustness despite some falls resistant, adaptable volume and the possibility of moving toy "mute" ... In short, the perfect toy, certainly a little hungry batteries (beware these are AAA) but overall very satisfying because my little like my older than 4 years and a half to play with happiness. Where it goes bad, it's only a few days, yes-yes literally beheaded ... and that the material of said Yes, yes, a very hard plastic with sharp edges, much like the broken melamine appears to me far from ideal for a toy recommended for children from 18 months: actually, my son does not put anything in the mouth and fortunately, but the head of Oui-oui is the size of a large marble with sharp edges here where it was connected to the body, and she separated net, she could generate a drama with the emergency stay.
I am perplexed and angry limit on the quality of the toy, which seems far from safety standards to which I was entitled to expect for my son. There is a real problem for me. Sure the car was able to make some loops or hovers, but that's life of a toy for children of that age, which is supposed to withstand some rough treatment.
As for me, they love it so much that she continues to serve with Oui-oui whose head ended up in the trash. It does not delight me as it remains broken neck and sharp, but I have difficulty removing the small car as they please, so I expect a moment of disinterest to make it disappear ...
Hoping that this comment may be useful! Kind regards.