Not Just Your Typical Toy Car, It’s A Modarri (Giveaway)

Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on the behalf of Modarri and their PR Company. Mama to 5 Blessings received product in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.   

My son is a car fanatic he has been ever since he was little. He makes his own car ramps out of cardboard and other items that he finds and he can spend hours playing cars. When we first discovered the Modarri.  These are not just cars, children can be the mechanics and the drivers!


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With the combination of patented steering system, real suspension, tight turning radius, and finger sized bucket seat, you can actually drive them like no other car. You can literally feel the road.  My son has never played with a car like this before, it’s the real deal!


There are several different times of models. We received the T1 Track Car, S1 Street Car and two DIY Cars. The T1 Track Car and S1 Street Car come with hex screws, hex tools and cones.  Plus when you have two Modarri cars the pieces and can intermingled together making a whole new car! 




My son and husband sit down together and build customizing these cars. Modarri promotes father and son bonding.  It is a special time. They took the pieces apart breaking them down together designing one of a kind cars. It was nice time for my husband to come along our son and teach him how to use the tools and show him how to put it together. It was not just a time of fun but learning too!


modarri broken down


The DIY Cars are a fantastic option too because children can not just customize the pieces but they can customize the colors of the car!  Children can use acrylic paints, nail polishes or permanent markers to color their car. We opted to go with Permanent marker which worked out perfectly. Less mess!  My son changed it up even more by coloring the tires silver giving it more of a shiny sporty look!


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With one finger in the seat, whip the car in tight figure 8s, spin in a circle, make your own course and do time trials, drive over obstacles, With 2 fingers you can drift, do wheelies, jumps, 180 spin outs or invent your own tricks.  Or you can be inventive and add toy figures to the seat! 


The cars were designed and then it was time to set up the obstacle coarse with the cones and race!  My son was so excited as the car maneuvered in and out of the cones so easily! 


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Once my son finished building and creating his custom cars we set up an obstacle coarse using the cones  for him to race his cars through.  He was amazed how easily these cars maneuvered through the cones. Definitely not your typical toy car!


Modarri car’s come in several styles and colors.  The Three-Pack (includes T1, S1, X1, three hex tools plus 9 cones) and sells for $49.95. The Street Car “S1,” Dirt Car “X1” and Track Car “T1” and the DIY are available for $19.95 each. These cars are make perfect gifts this holiday season. Modarri cars can be purchased on-line  or at a local toy store near you this Christmas season! 


Enter to win a Moddari of your choice  by entering on the below Rafflecopter form to enter for a chance to win.  Please let me know if you have any questions.  Open to the US  ages 18+.  


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Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on the behalf of Modarri and their PR Company. Mama to 5 Blessings received product in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.   
Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.   


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  1. Definitely great for some bonding time. My boys would love that.

  2. Alisha Kostiuk says:

    These are awesome. My boys and husband would have so much fun. I would choose the T1 Track Car.

  3. Those looks like fun. I have a four year old that would enjoy playing with me and these cool little cars.

  4. Love this, and it’s great bonding time to make it together. Adding it to my pick-up list, this would be fun!

  5. What a great activity!
    My son could spend hours building a custom car.
    ‘Course he would want to rip it apart and start all over again too!

  6. These sound like such a cool car. I love that it allows great time for bonding.

  7. It’s cool that you can customize the cars to your liking. I actually really enjoy watching people put together models like this.

  8. This is so neat! Definitely a good way to bond.

  9. What a great toy. My daughter loves building toys and she would enjoy this one!

  10. Sounds like a fun toy that my son would appreciate if he were older.

  11. This is a really great idea! It’s a model car you can play with. That’s so great. I always thought it was a shame that kids put so much work into model cars and then all they can do is look at them.

  12. It’s so cool that you have so much control over the car, this seems like a great learning toy

  13. My son would LOVE these cars! How fun to be able to put it together and then play and race! I’ll have to keep this on his Christmas list!

  14. I love toys that make kids think and plus it looks like this was a good daddy/ son activity too.

  15. How fun is this?! We have about a million matchbox cars, but this is different. My son LOVES to put stuff together, and he adores working with his dad. These is just about perfect.

  16. What a cool Christmas present for my nephews!

  17. Awesome! Now I know what I am getting my little brother for Christmas. He will LOVE this. – Katy

  18. My 5 year old has a lot of toy cars. And do you know what he does with those toy cars? Takes them apart!! Unfortunately, they don’t go back together like Modarri. I think these are perfect and may just have to go on our holiday list this year.

  19. That’s a great concept. I love that you can build it, paint it, AND play with it. Super fun!

  20. These are so awsome. I know a couple little ones taht would love these.

  21. How cool are those. My kids would love it and have such a blast playing with them.

  22. This is really cool idea for a toy. I love the picture of your son and husband. A father and son bonding is a wonderful thing.

  23. My kids (and husband) would love these! I’ve heard great things about them. I showed my son – he’s almost 5 – and he votes for the track car as his first pick!

  24. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    This would be a great Christmas gift. I love that it promotes bonding between parent and child.

  25. My step son has done one of these and LOVED it! Kept him entertained for days. He actually is asking for more for Christmas this year.

  26. Okay those are just super-awesome. I could totally see HUbby and Little Man go crazy over them 🙂 Thanks for sharing and the chance to win

  27. This is awesome! What a great way to spend quality time with your family! My son will love this :))

  28. Those are slick. Looks like ;lots of fun.

  29. My oldest loves cars too. He would love to get to do this.

  30. I really like how you build and then customize these before actually playing. That makes the play even more rewarding!

  31. I think my nephew would love this! He loves building and tinkering with things and I think this is something he would be interested in customizing.

  32. Now this is a cool toy! That’s got to be fun for a boy – making your own car to play with.

  33. That is sooo neat! I love the hands on toys for my kiddos.

  34. Oh, these are pretty cool. My youngest loves all things cars. He would be thrilled to be able to help build and customize it.

  35. Robin Abrams says:

    I would choose the T1 Track Car. My grandson would love these cars

  36. These look so cool! My son would love these!

  37. I might choose the S1 Street Car if I win!

  38. Now that’s a cool car! My son would LOVE that, and the scary part… he’s 3 and probably could figure out how to put it together by himself.

  39. Looks like a very cool car! Good luck to the entrants! I’m sure whoever wins it is going to have lots of fun!

  40. My son would like the T1 Track Car

  41. This is an awesome idea. It is great to be able to build the toy you will play with. It is such a fun way to combine learning and fun.

  42. That is really neat. My girls and I would have fun playing with that.

  43. Davey would love these. He is always working on his trucks and cars.

  44. Whoa, those look super cool! My little guy would definitely be into them!

  45. Now that’s a great set! My guy loves to tinker around like that! Perfect gift!

  46. That is perfect not only for some good bonding and play time but I bet it sure gets the imagination going too! Very cool!

  47. Those look like perfect gifts for the boys! I like they can put their own spin on them!

  48. T Michelle Trump says:

    My nephew would love the X1 car!

  49. I love that the kids get to put it together – my daughter would love the S1 Street Car!



  52. If I won this giveaway, I think I would choose the T1 Track car

  53. I would choose the X1 Dirt Car

  54. T1 Track Car

  55. the s1 car

  56. If I won this car I would choose the combo pack.

  57. If I won, I’d choose the X1 Dirt Car for my son.

  58. Betty Streeter says:

    T1 is the one I would choose if I won for my grandson

  59. if i won, i’d choose the S1 street Car

  60. DIY Car

  61. I would get the T1 for my daughter.

  62. Jessamine D. says:

    My daughters like the T1 Track Car the most. 🙂

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