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Coolest NinjaGo Vehicles Of The Past 5 Years

Hey NinjaGo fans, what is your favorite NinjaGo vehicles over the past 5 years?

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  • Penkid11Penkid11 Member Posts: 788
    *Ninjago ;)

    So many good ones to choose! Hmm... My top five six in no particular order:
    #9442 Jay's Storm Fighter
    I absolutely love the distribution of color on this set (sans the underbelly with the sporadic white). The fanning blades was probably one of my favorite functions.
    #9443 Cole's Tread Assault
    The fact that this set was not only a fearsome looking tank vehicle, it also had built in camouflage, something I haven't seen since!
    #9446 Destiny's Bounty
    You really can't go wrong with this set (well... if there was a bigger version...). This thin, yet stylish ship had plenty of features, was a very niche set by design. I only wish I had enough room to display it constantly. I hope #70738 lives up to it's predecessor.
    #9448 Samurai Mech
    I felt that this was our first mech since Exo-Force that was really up to standards in quality. Sure it doesn't have that sheath we all wish it had, but the fact that this ruby among Lego mech gems had such personality makes it one of my favorites.
    #9449 Ultrasonic Raider
    I was really skeptical about this thing, originally. It truly is a work of art. It's bulky and slim, smooth and sharp all at the same time. The fact that it had a flight mode was icing on the cake (I love transforming Lego sets). My only gripe is that there isn't seats for all of the ninja, but with a quick modification, it's all good in the end.
    #70504 Garmatron
    What may be considered the dark horse of Ninjago sets, the Garmatron is a fantastic set. Despite it's petite appearance on the box, this set is menacing in the flesh...er... brick. General Kozu is one of my favorite minifigures to date. The cannon was also a nice touch.

    If we were allowed to consider all sets, this list would be very different (#2507 anyone?).
    VBaskin2008
  • ReesesPiecesReesesPieces Member Posts: 936
    I have to admit, I'm not much of a fan of the vehicles. They all seem too flimsy for my liking....or at least for my son to play with. I think cole's drill is pretty sturdy and good size for a set that can be had for about $14 at most places. The mechs can be pretty neat builds too.
    I am definitely a fan of the architecture like the ninjago city set (roofs and the dragon windows).
    LegoKipAndorVBaskin2008
  • msandersmsanders Member Posts: 981

    I have to admit, I'm not much of a fan of the vehicles. They all seem too flimsy for my liking....or at least for my son to play with. I think cole's drill is pretty sturdy and good size for a set that can be had for about $14 at most places. The mechs can be pretty neat builds too.
    I am definitely a fan of the architecture like the ninjago city set (roofs and the dragon windows).

    I agree, I'm much more interested in the buildings of this range. Having said that the #70727 Ninja charger is a really great set (the motor bike comes out of the middle of the car like in the actual Batman Tumbler from the movie).
    LegoKipVBaskin2008
  • eggsheneggshen Middleton, WIMember Posts: 566
    I thought that #2506 Skull Truck is cool. It is pretty sturdy and was a fun build for me and my son. And #9457 Fangpyre Wrecking Ball is in my opinion pretty cool. I know the build isn't that great or sturdy but come on, it's a wrecking ball machine that got turned into a snake vehicle. How funny is that!?

    My son and I also like mechs, we were able to bricklink all the parts to make the custom mechs for Zane, Cole, Jay, and Lloyd from Artifex Creation on youtube. They are modeled after Kai's Fire Mech, it is really cool to have a little army of ninja mechs to battle the baddies!
    VBaskin2008
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 2,877
    For me, #9441, #9442, and #70500 are all pretty high on my list. #70725 is brilliant although I'm not sure you could call a robotic dragon a vehicle. The car in that set is also pretty great. Not as functionally outstanding as 9441 and 9442, but it has a fantastic flick-fire function in my eyes.

    Bear in mind, there are a lot of the sets that I haven't built that might be better than I give them credit for. #9449 is a brilliant and creative design that seats all four Ninja and even has storage for their golden weapons. I have #9448 still sitting in its box — I originally got it to review for The Ninjago Wiki (ninja.brickcraft.me), but now that said website is defunct I've just been holding onto it for a rainy day (hopefully, a rainy day when my room is tidier so I have room to display it and don't just have to box it up again when I'm done)!
    AndorVBaskin2008
  • VBaskin2008VBaskin2008 Member Posts: 181
    msanders said:

    I have to admit, I'm not much of a fan of the vehicles. They all seem too flimsy for my liking....or at least for my son to play with. I think cole's drill is pretty sturdy and good size for a set that can be had for about $14 at most places. The mechs can be pretty neat builds too.
    I am definitely a fan of the architecture like the ninjago city set (roofs and the dragon windows).

    I agree, I'm much more interested in the buildings of this range. Having said that the #70727 Ninja charger is a really great set (the motor bike comes out of the middle of the car like in the actual Batman Tumbler from the movie).
    Wow! i'm surprised that you mention the Tumbler A.K.A. the off road Batmobile in all 3 Dark Knight films.
  • VBaskin2008VBaskin2008 Member Posts: 181
    Well i hope i'll get some new NinjaGo Ninjas vehicles as well getting some new Seprentine vehicles this year.
  • bobabricksbobabricks Vancouver, BC, CanadaMember Posts: 1,840
    Wait a minute... Ninjago's been around that long? Time flies. :/
    VBaskin2008
  • VBaskin2008VBaskin2008 Member Posts: 181

    Wait a minute... Ninjago's been around that long? Time flies. :/

    5 elemental years bobabricks, 5 years.
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