Car Robots

The Japanese exclusive toy line released in 2000 featuring vehicles and beasts in the same series.

Transformers Car Robots Gershark Toy Review

in 2000, Action Figure Review, Beast Wars, Car Robots, Destronger, Mega

Car Robots

Gershark joins Gaskunk as being a Beast Wars Transmetals 2 Maximal turned Transformers Car Robots Destronger. In this case, Gershark is a repaint of the Transmetals 2 Cybershark. For a more detailed review of this toy, please read the Transmetals 2 Cybershark review. This review will focus on the changes made to this toy.

Transformers Car Robots Devil Gigatron Toy Review

in 2000, Action Figure Review, Car Robots, Destronger, Ultra

Car Robots

Every Transformers series need a leader of the "bad guys", and Gigatron fulfilled that role when Transformers Car Robots started. Now however, Gigatron has been repainted and re-released as Devil Gigatron. This is no simple repaint however. To make this re-release seem more attractive, Takara engineers figured out four extra modes for this toy, bringing the total to ten "official" modes for this toy. The extra four modes are covered in this review. For the original Gigatron's review, click here.

Transformers Car Robots Brave Maximus Toy Review

in 2000, Action Figure Review, Car Robots, Cybertron, Generation One

Car Robots

Brave Maximus is a redeco and re-release of the Generation One Transformer Fortress Maximus. To this day, Fortress Maximus holds the record as the largest Transformer every released. Standing at two feet tall, Fortress Maximus cost around $86.99 at Toys R Us back when he was released in 1987. This new release of the toy has been recolored and is missing some parts from the original Fortress Maximus.

Transformers Car Robots Toy Review Index

in 2000, Action Figure Review, Car Robots

Transformers Car Robots

When the sinister "Destrongers" invade Earth, it's up to Super Fire Convoy and the Cybertrons to stop them! This series brought vehicles back as the focus of the "Transformers" toy line following Beast Wars and Beast Machines and led to the "Robots in Disguise" series.