Our 5 year old daughter loves this truck! My husband put this together in about an hour and he said the directions were "spot on". It looks great! We didn't use the camo stickers, that's not really our thing. She loves FROZEN! So, we bought Frozen stickers (The wall decals. They are easier to peel on and off.) We also had a personalized tag made with her name on it for the back. We designed and customized it to how we thought our daughter would like and it turned out beautifully!
The only thing that we were disappointed about was the fact that there is no auxiliary port for a cord to be connected to a cell phone to play her own music. The radio doesn't get great service in our neighborhood. The exact version of this truck in the blue boys edition has one. (Girls like their own music too! LOL!)
As for the truck being cheaply made, it is a TOY vehicle. The tires on her truck are NOT crooked or misaligned. However, Yes, they used plastic for the "fake" windows. Yes, they used thick plastic for the step up bar on the side. Yes, the doors don't open and shut. All those complaints are very accurate and truthful statements. But, when we purchased this "toy" truck, I knew I wasn't buying my 5 year old a "REAL" car. It is a toy that costs roughly $400. If you want your child to have motorized windows that go up and down or signal lights or brake lights, I recommend that you wait until they are 16 and purchase them a new, real car.