Here's a comparison between Jada's Fast and Furious 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona diecast and Hot Wheels version from Furious 6. While most of Jada cars are slightly larger, around 1:55 and Hot Wheels are more closer to 1/64, I still decided to show you the slight difference as a guide. Remember to visit the main reviews section for more. All of my reviews unless otherwise stated are products that are purchased directly by me from a retail establishment either in-person or online thus they are unbiased for the most part.
Jada versus Hot Wheels Fast and Furious 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
You may be thinking how much size difference is there between the 1:55 Series of Jada's Fast and Furious vehicles compared to other versions such as what is put out by Mattel under the Hot Wheels banner. For this review comparison, I take a look at the Furious 6 Custom 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona. You'll find some side-by-side photos and details about each car. The Jada is not that much larger, about 1/8th inches in width and length.
Update - January 2017: Mattel has released a new line of Fast & Furious vehicles which are 1/55 scale and close in size to Jada's Fast and Furious Build N Collect series. This review was done with the Hot Wheels series 1/64 Fast and Furious 1969 Custom Dodge Charger Daytona. Plans are in the works to review the new Mattel series later this year.
Update - September 2019: Jada has out their Hollywood Nano Series line of Fast & Furious vehicles close in size to N-scale, definitely smaller than model train HO 1/87th scale. Maybe I'll try to get a photo to show all sizes from the Nano aka N-scale - 1.75 inches long to Hot Wheels 1/64th and then Jada / Mattel's slightly larger 1/55.
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