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LEGO Speed Champions Ford Fiesta M-Sport WRC 75885

Walmart # 568517425
$11.99$11.99
Was $14.99
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Product Highlights

  • Includes a Ford M-Sport rally racing driver minifigure
  • The race-ready, buildable Ford Fiesta M-Sport WRC features a minifigure cockpit with removable windshield, 2 interchangeable hoods—including one with spotlight-style elements, wheels with rubber tires, transparent light-style elements, authentic design details, racing colors and race-graphics stickers
  • Remove the windshield to place the minifigure in the car
  • Also includes the Ford racing driver’s helmet
  • This cool toy for kids is suitable for ages 7-14
  • Ford Fiesta M-Sport WRC measures over 2” (6cm) high, 5” (13cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide
  • Alternative hood measures over 1” (5cm) high and under 1” (2cm) wide and 1” (1cm) deep

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Display and race a buildable LEGO® Speed Champions 75885 Fiesta M-Sport WRC, featuring a minifigure cockpit, removable windshield, 2 interchangeable hoods—including one with spotlight-style elements to play out low-light/nighttime racing scenarios, and authentic design details. This buildable set includes a minifigure.
  • Includes a Ford M-Sport rally racing driver minifigure
  • The race-ready, buildable Ford Fiesta M-Sport WRC features a minifigure cockpit with removable windshield, 2 interchangeable hoods—including one with spotlight-style elements, wheels with rubber tires, transparent light-style elements, authentic design details, racing colors and race-graphics stickers
  • Remove the windshield to place the minifigure in the car
  • Also includes the Ford racing driver’s helmet
  • This cool toy for kids is suitable for ages 7-14
  • Ford Fiesta M-Sport WRC measures over 2” (6cm) high, 5” (13cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide
  • Alternative hood measures over 1” (5cm) high and under 1” (2cm) wide and 1” (1cm) deep

Specifications

Brand
LEGO
Theme
LEGO Speed Champions
Gender
Unisex
Character
Racing Driver Minifigure
Model
75885
Age Range
7 years
Assembled Product Weight
0.5 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
7.52 x 5.55 x 2.40 Inches

Customer Reviews

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Most helpful positive review
32 customers found this helpful
Rally 'Round the Family
Hello everyone. Anytime there is something unique about these cars it's a homerun for me and this one fits into that category just by being a WRC. It's the first one in the Speed Champions line so if you're a collector, you have to get it, nuff said. TIME-OUT! Elephant in the room: There are over 30 decals in this set to lay. I love laying most decal but there are people who don't and I totally understand why, especially the smaller ones. I find that holding my breath helps steady my hands. Sure I've passed out a couple of times, but my decals look great! (Kidding) REAL TIPS: Tweezers are a great tool to have on hand for certain decal and an exacto (not for younglings!!) for taking them back up gently without creasing the corners and also sometimes it's easier to add your decal to the brick on the car as opposed to the single brick. When laying on sloped tiles it seems easier to lay from the top of the slope to the bottom. Lastly there is good old fashioned glass cleaner. Spray it on the brick, lay your decal gently while its still wet and slide it to the position you want, mash it down and let it dry. I think that the decals here go a long way in blending the blue of the back end to the white of the front end, capped off by the slightly offsetting blue curved pieces for the hood. Love that texture on that hood. Top marks. Speaking of texture this year it seems like they are employing the use of the corner slopes and 90 degree arc wedges and triangle pieces more and I love that because not only are they unique pieces to get in a set, they do an excellent job of helping to give these cars more texture and shape and can help streamline them to more closely resemble their real counterparts. Obviously being a rally it's the shortest of the SC car's but one of it's most sturdy builds. Right down to the way the spoiler is packed onto the back. It's somehow sleek but tough and with the back end being ever so slightly higher than the front it looks like it's moving even when it's standing still. Once again on the sides, the incorporation of slopes and triangle pieces give it the sleekness, character and texture that make these things come to life. It's all familiar but completely different even down to the white rims, which really pop. The new usage of the teeth pieces in the cockpit for detail, the way they built the roof of this using four bricks as opposed to a single tile and yet again an all new way to build a spoiler with some unique pieces, standout as more reasons this build is fresh for veteran SC builders and a great experience for newcomers. Not to mention the extra option to add the laser lights! Love the minifig here as always they are exclusive prints relating to the car and the detail on this little guy is not to be outdone. Love those pants! Side Note: I'm a firm believer that Lego should include a hairpiece in each SC set. You only get a helmet for drivers in most sets. I'll never lay down my torch for the inclusion of wigs in these sets. I think it's great that we're delving into the rally car world and it's encouraging because there is so much potential and inspiration there with the many classes of rally and the different eras to work with. I can see why they started with the WRC to get the ball rolling on rally cars and I'm looking forward to many more. Let's throw those laser lights on it and take it out in the dirt! Welcome to the family!
Most helpful negative review
4 customers found this helpful
A great example of what is wrong with new sets
Just way too many stickers. Yes I realize that stickers for not need to be applied but that is not the point. It looks goods, and plays well, just the stickers are a let down.
Most helpful positive review
32 customers found this helpful
Rally 'Round the Family
Hello everyone. Anytime there is something unique about these cars it's a homerun for me and this one fits into that category just by being a WRC. It's the first one in the Speed Champions line so if you're a collector, you have to get it, nuff said. TIME-OUT! Elephant in the room: There are over 30 decals in this set to lay. I love laying most decal but there are people who don't and I totally understand why, especially the smaller ones. I find that holding my breath helps steady my hands. Sure I've passed out a couple of times, but my decals look great! (Kidding) REAL TIPS: Tweezers are a great tool to have on hand for certain decal and an exacto (not for younglings!!) for taking them back up gently without creasing the corners and also sometimes it's easier to add your decal to the brick on the car as opposed to the single brick. When laying on sloped tiles it seems easier to lay from the top of the slope to the bottom. Lastly there is good old fashioned glass cleaner. Spray it on the brick, lay your decal gently while its still wet and slide it to the position you want, mash it down and let it dry. I think that the decals here go a long way in blending the blue of the back end to the white of the front end, capped off by the slightly offsetting blue curved pieces for the hood. Love that texture on that hood. Top marks. Speaking of texture this year it seems like they are employing the use of the corner slopes and 90 degree arc wedges and triangle pieces more and I love that because not only are they unique pieces to get in a set, they do an excellent job of helping to give these cars more texture and shape and can help streamline them to more closely resemble their real counterparts. Obviously being a rally it's the shortest of the SC car's but one of it's most sturdy builds. Right down to the way the spoiler is packed onto the back. It's somehow sleek but tough and with the back end being ever so slightly higher than the front it looks like it's moving even when it's standing still. Once again on the sides, the incorporation of slopes and triangle pieces give it the sleekness, character and texture that make these things come to life. It's all familiar but completely different even down to the white rims, which really pop. The new usage of the teeth pieces in the cockpit for detail, the way they built the roof of this using four bricks as opposed to a single tile and yet again an all new way to build a spoiler with some unique pieces, standout as more reasons this build is fresh for veteran SC builders and a great experience for newcomers. Not to mention the extra option to add the laser lights! Love the minifig here as always they are exclusive prints relating to the car and the detail on this little guy is not to be outdone. Love those pants! Side Note: I'm a firm believer that Lego should include a hairpiece in each SC set. You only get a helmet for drivers in most sets. I'll never lay down my torch for the inclusion of wigs in these sets. I think it's great that we're delving into the rally car world and it's encouraging because there is so much potential and inspiration there with the many classes of rally and the different eras to work with. I can see why they started with the WRC to get the ball rolling on rally cars and I'm looking forward to many more. Let's throw those laser lights on it and take it out in the dirt! Welcome to the family!
Most helpful negative review
4 customers found this helpful
A great example of what is wrong with new sets
Just way too many stickers. Yes I realize that stickers for not need to be applied but that is not the point. It looks goods, and plays well, just the stickers are a let down.
1-10 of 28 reviews

Rally 'Round the Family

Hello everyone. Anytime there is something unique about these cars it's a homerun for me and this one fits into that category just by being a WRC. It's the first one in the Speed Champions line so if you're a collector, you have to get it, nuff said. TIME-OUT! Elephant in the room: There are over 30 decals in this set to lay. I love laying most decal but there are people who don't and I totally understand why, especially the smaller ones. I find that holding my breath helps steady my hands. Sure I've passed out a couple of times, but my decals look great! (Kidding) REAL TIPS: Tweezers are a great tool to have on hand for certain decal and an exacto (not for younglings!!) for taking them back up gently without creasing the corners and also sometimes it's easier to add your decal to the brick on the car as opposed to the single brick. When laying on sloped tiles it seems easier to lay from the top of the slope to the bottom. Lastly there is good old fashioned glass cleaner. Spray it on the brick, lay your decal gently while its still wet and slide it to the position you want, mash it down and let it dry. I think that the decals here go a long way in blending the blue of the back end to the white of the front end, capped off by the slightly offsetting blue curved pieces for the hood. Love that texture on that hood. Top marks. Speaking of texture this year it seems like they are employing the use of the corner slopes and 90 degree arc wedges and triangle pieces more and I love that because not only are they unique pieces to get in a set, they do an excellent job of helping to give these cars more texture and shape and can help streamline them to more closely resemble their real counterparts. Obviously being a rally it's the shortest of the SC car's but one of it's most sturdy builds. Right down to the way the spoiler is packed onto the back. It's somehow sleek but tough and with the back end being ever so slightly higher than the front it looks like it's moving even when it's standing still. Once again on the sides, the incorporation of slopes and triangle pieces give it the sleekness, character and texture that make these things come to life. It's all familiar but completely different even down to the white rims, which really pop. The new usage of the teeth pieces in the cockpit for detail, the way they built the roof of this using four bricks as opposed to a single tile and yet again an all new way to build a spoiler with some unique pieces, standout as more reasons this build is fresh for veteran SC builders and a great experience for newcomers. Not to mention the extra option to add the laser lights! Love the minifig here as always they are exclusive prints relating to the car and the detail on this little guy is not to be outdone. Love those pants! Side Note: I'm a firm believer that Lego should include a hairpiece in each SC set. You only get a helmet for drivers in most sets. I'll never lay down my torch for the inclusion of wigs in these sets. I think it's great that we're delving into the rally car world and it's encouraging because there is so much potential and inspiration there with the many classes of rally and the different eras to work with. I can see why they started with the WRC to get the ball rolling on rally cars and I'm looking forward to many more. Let's throw those laser lights on it and take it out in the dirt! Welcome to the family!

Handsome race car!

As a Lego train enthusiast I usually ignored the race cars but Lego really has done an excellent job with this series! At minifig scale it's very detailed and uses a lot of smaller parts instead of elements. The most challenging part was applying all the small product endorsement decals but they make the car pop!

Awesome Minifigure, Great Build

In the US, rally racing is not so well known. Having this set on the shelves was a good move to hopefully increase the interest of the motorsport here! I believe this is a well enough build of the WRC Ford car, especially with the details on the side and in back!

One thing that I really love is the minifigure as both the torso and legs have printed designs. There is a lot of detail that really makes it look like a racing suit for rally and I think it's awesome.

With the night stage lights that comes along with the set, I think this is a pretty neat addition to the Speed Champions line up. I really hope more WRC cars will be made!

Pretty great addition to my collection

Wow, this set was good. Lego had made a set similar to this one in 2014 or 2015 I believe, and this one is better by far. The number of new pieces released since then made this car look a lot like the real thing, compared to the other one. I like getting the laptop with the exclusive sticker on it, with the light pole. Having another set of hubcaps is cool too. The price is a bit high, but licensing fees cost a lot, so that could be understandable. The only thing I dislike is that almost all the Speed Champions sets are very sticker-heavy, which makes them a pain considering that most of the bricks are on the smaller side. Stickers could be abandoned in favor of prints. Overall, 9.5/10, I like the build and sturdiness, but a bit heavy on stickers.

It is great to hear that you like the look of your new LEGO® Porsche 919 Hybrid! Our Speed Champions sets include so many stickers to add value and detail to the set. This model was designed to closely resemble a real race car at a lower price point. The use of stickers rather than printed elements was needed to keep costs down. We appreciate you sharing your feedback and we will be passing it along to our designers.

Rally Time

No Lego Ford collection would be complete without this model. Even the non-rally enthusiast will enjoy this set. For being a small car, the model does have a bit of weight to it (slightly heavier than the '68 Mustang Fastback). Like many of the other Speed Champions vehicles, this one also has quite a few stickers to it. Those with larger fingers may not enjoy the small stickers for the 1x1 bricks.

Creators did a nice job replicating the real car at this scale. Having the wheel cover and hood options are a nice bonus. Aside from the number of stickers, the only complaint is I wish the Ford logo on the front edge hood was a little less blurry.

Nice addition to the line-up. Ford enthusiasts rejoice!

Beautifully detailed

These are superbly detailed and accurate for the very low price and get loads of play value from them. I appreciate the detail, my kids love to play with them. And bonus points to Lego for putting in a female racing driver (with Scuderia Corsa). That shouldn't be so exciting but given other toy lines lack of representation in anything but stereotyped times, it really is. The Speed series is rapidly becoming a favourite.

Finally a hatchback!!!

Lego speed champions ford focus m-sport wrc is a pleasant surprise the set is very nice to the eye but warning if you don't like stickers this may not be for you but if your a fan of speed champions or ford this set is very detailed but again with stickers the what would made me give it a four is that the stickers are a handful but what made it up? this way this is inter changeable with the hood its a cool feature that is nice and not visible to the eye and what's the final reason it gets a five out five? its a hatchback and its the only hatchback that's available from speed champions also its had some cool building techniques that i didn't expect so at the end a nice set worth every penny.

Almost as good as the real car

As a Focus ST and Focus RS owner, it's cool to see this set come out (or wished the Technic Rally Car set would have been based on the RS) and build it. I started building it in one location and finished it at home, but it took about an hour. This is my first set of this series and found it to e a relatively interesting build. I may be old, but I'm still surprised at hw many 'custom' pieces are coming in new sets. The dark blue base color was a nice touch, complimented the design of the car well.

Not bad for an early birthday present. Now onto the Saturn V and rebuilding of my UCS Star Wars ones that fell off a shelf.

it's about time

it's about time we got a rally car in the speed champions series. I love the look the 2 different front ends and the realistic look of this build. my 1 gripe about this is the insane amount of stickers that are needed. I'm a huge fan of how realistic these cars are but there has to be a better way of doing it. this is a 5 star set that lost a star due to too many stickers

Annoying build, nice as a car model

Overall my son found this build annoying. The millions of stickers were mostly unnecessary and tedious to put on. I found a complete lack of planning in the build. No opening doors, the interior had no detail. Swapping the hood completely to get the rally lights seemed unnecessary to me, I feel like a smarter way to do this could have been found. Decent for the price I guess, but overall uninspired.

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Electrode, Comp-283796730, DC-prod-dfw5, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-30.0.0, SHA-5b22732e63249d37428982287bc451eb2e1aab93, CID-76de0557-34d-16dd3baf3df8f7, Generated: Wed, 16 Oct 2019 08:41:47 GMT