Honda Minimoto Maxii Tops Kids Christmas Wish-List

Posted: Nov 24 2004, 8:10am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:07am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Honda Minimoto Maxii Tops Kids Christmas Wish-List
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Yahoo's Yahooligans Web site conducted a survey amongst 185,000 US kids and the Honda Minimoto Maxii Bike is the most wanted Christmas gift.

We reported about Honda's Minimoto bike first time in February. The Honda Minimoto Maxii features 13 inch Phneumatic tires and a top speed of 18 mph (I4U reader Christine reports the Minimoto goes even faster than this). The Mini bike is powered by a included 36 volt battery. This bike is of course not street legal and for kids, in contrast to those Mini Choppers we reported about.

The Honda Minimoto Maxii sells for $239.99 on The Honda MiniMoto Maxii is also available at Wal-Mart.

The 2nd most wished christmas gift is the Video Now Color Video Player - currently on sale at Walmart for $54.77.

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