Looking for a sweet RC car? Well, so are we! We’ve researched and reviewed some of the best remote control cars and the best RC car brands that we could find. After days of compiling, we’ve put together a list of our top ten favorite RC cars. We love them, and we’re pretty sure you’ll love them too! So we broke down each item into some of its most basic stats. Here are those stats with a little bit of an explanation of why each one is important while shopping for your new RC car.
Chassis - While chassis in regular cars are usually made from steel, RC cars usually have a plastic or aluminum chassis. We’ll let you know what kind all of these cars have.
Drift - Can it drift? If you’re looking for a sweet ride that will drift like an AMG, check out this icon. We’ll let you know if the remote control car is as ready to drift as you are.
Charger - Does your new RC car recharge with a charger or with batteries? Either way, you prefer your new car to run, this icon will give you more information on how it runs.
Scale - The scale of the vehicle refers to how big it is compared to the full-sized vehicle. The ratio is listed as 1:x, where x is the number of times bigger the full-sized one is.
Weight - How much an RC car weighs can affect what tricks and moves you can do with it. Whether you want a lighter or heavy model, check this icon out for the weight in ounces.
Dimensions - How big is the car? Are you looking for a specific size of RC car? We’ll let you know the dimensions of the vehicle in inches, length by width by height.
Now we’re ready for the reviews! All ten of these are cool RC cars that really spoke to us. They are all highly rated, awesome vehicles that we really love. But there are two that are just the tops, and we gave them a special place on our list. The first place RC car is our Top Pick. It was the overall best car we could find, and we really dig it. The second place is our Budget Pick; it’s a sweet car that is amazing but won’t break the bank. If you’re in a hurry, at least check those two out! Now, onto those sweet, sweet RC cars!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019