Traxxas VXL 2WD RTR vehicles


Traxxas have introduced three new VXL 1/10 2WD RTR vehicles in the form of the Bandit VXL buggy, the Rustler VXL Stadium Truck and the Stampede VXL Monster Truck. First up is the Bandit VXL buggy. It is a low-slung, lightweight speed machine that’s rocket fast on pavement and rips incredible roost off-road. Bandit VXL is a driver’s machine that will put your skills to the test with its mind-blowing top speed and lightning quick handling response.

Next up is the Rustler VXL Stadium Truck. Rustler’s low, wide stance provides razor-sharp handling and phenomenal grip with TSM keeping you in firm control. Go ahead, rip full throttle! Rustler kicks up towering roosts of mud and its waterproof electronics ensure that no adventure is out of reach, no matter how extreme!

Also new is the Stampede VXL Monster Truck.Pop a wheelie at 50mph and you’ll appreciate the standard wheelie bar. You’ve probably never experienced throttle response and speed like this in a monster truck. Tough and unbelievably fast, Stampede is the ultimate play truck that’s always ready for instant RC fun.

These ones come with the Velineon Brushless Power System. It works together with the electronic speed control to deliver the ultimate in efficiency, speed, and run time. These VXL vehicles come also with the Traxxas Stability Management. The TSM lets you experience the VXL’s extreme power, speed, and acceleration by making it much easier to control on slippery surfaces such as loose dirt, smooth concrete, and even ice and snow. Go ahead, punch it off the line! TSM senses the vehicle’s direction and makes steering corrections to provide full throttle acceleration without fishtailing or spinouts. When cornering, TSM intuitively corrects the vehicle’s line for faster exit speeds. TSM even improves braking by keeping the truck arrow straight until you reach a complete stop. TSM does all this without intruding on driving fun or introducing unexpected side effects. TSM can be fine-tuned (or turned off) for different surfaces by simply adjusting the multi-function knob on the TQi transmitter, or by adjusting the slider in the Traxxas Link app. Drive faster and have more fun with TSM. You may not even realize how much it is helping until you try to drive without it.