|Number of Wheels: 2||Color: Green|
|Primary Material: Plastic||Wheels Included: Yes|
|Age Group: Under 3 Years||Gender: Boy|
|Ride-On Type: Wagon/Trailer||Seating Capacity: 1 Seater|
|Weight Capacity: 40 Pounds||Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
Step2 Tag-Along Trailer Plus Ride-On
Ann from Youngsville, LA– Verified Buyer
I bought this little wagon with the tag-along trailer for 3 of my grandchildren. It is very spacious and they Love it.
says red or green no red found yet
Randy from claremore
ok everywhere I look says it is also available to order in red so how do I order it in red I can not find that option very frustrating......
Tag along trailer
Michael from California– Verified Buyer
I had seen this trailer before so when I received this one I was happy that it was just what I was expecting. The color and size match the description well.
Diane McGlathery from Ida, MI– Verified Buyer
This is wonderful! My niecenephew have 2 small children and the trailer is per fect for the diaper bag and other misc extras when going to the zoo, park, etc...
Excellent Trailer - must have!!
Shelli - Mom of three! from Bay City, MI– Verified Buyer
We LOVE this wagon and trailer! WE've had others in the past but this is by far the best!! It's so sturdy and can really hold a lot of weight and still be easy to pull! You know this set is amazing when the only con I could think of is it's hard to detach the trailer...it can't get any better then this, you and your kids will LOVE it as much as we do!
step 2 tagalong
Nanie from Lehigh Acres, FL– Verified Buyer
It is very easy to attach to the step2 wagon. The way it attached seems very secure and a child could not unattach it which is what I like. My 2year old greatgrandson takes everything apart and then tries to put them together. So far with this tagalong he has no interest in doing it. If anyone has the wagon I would strongly suggest they also get the tagalong. Very good investment.
Anonymous from Delaware– Verified Buyer
Anonymous from Georgia
Step2 products are made using rotational molding, a process that Tom Murdough pioneered for use in the consumer products market. Step2 is one of the largest rotational molding companies in the world.