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By Polly Conway, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Vehicle-animal hybrids race and learn in OK preschool show.

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age 5+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 3+

White bread for little minds - sweet with no substance

The style is Blaze meets Animal Mechanicals meets Tayo the little bus. It has the recognisable lure of many better cartoons, but little of what makes them great. Expect to keep the remote control handy, as the volume of the voices is constantly changing, sometimes whisper quiet. The titles are also deafeningly loud. This may not be the original show’s fault, but a poor job done bringing this show to an English audience. Dispite sometimes bizarre character design and simplistic style, the animation quality is good. My three-year-old and I both enjoyed the look of the dragon narrator character. The stories have some questionable lines (something lost in translation?) but the voice actors do an admirable job of trying to speak them in time with the characters’ jerky movements on screen, probably looking fine in its original language but which makes for a distracting experience in English. The voices come across sounding comically awful during some of the songs, though I think this is the fault of the recording engineers rather than the actors. Some of the characters are very naughty sometimes. I would not recommend this even though my 3 year old is currently a big fan.
age 5+

Pink deer car is bad role model

My children, 6 and 2.5 yrs, discovered this show a few weeks ago. The theme song bothers me immensely, but today’s episode was the last straw. The pink deer car was not a positive role model... lying, being inconsiderate, and sneaky. We will not watch again.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (6 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

Lots of racing scenes and realistic "vrooming" noises should appease vehicle-obsessed preschoolers, but there are better choices out there for car lovers. The Vroomiz themselves are cute and colorful, and the energetic electric guitar soundtrack is fun, but the dialogue is stilted and some of the characters may be annoying to parents. The female characters all sound like Miss Piggy after she's inhaled helium, especially Farrah the pink deer, who giggles after each word and spends an episode being jealous of another "girl" around the speedway. Character lessons are clear in each episode, which is nice, but they're not always addressed in the most constructive way. Kids who like both vehicles and animals will probably be satisfied with this offering, but with all that's available, it doesn't rise to the top.

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