Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Choro-Qs

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Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Choro-Qs (Japanese: ポケモン チョロQ DP) are a set of Pokémon-themed Choro-Q cars manufactured by Takara Tomy which are exclusive to Japan.[1] They are pulled back, and propel forward upon release. The car's body is made of plastic, while the tires are made of real rubber.[2]

Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Choro-Qs sets

First release

This first release was available starting on January 18, 2007.[3]

Second release

This second release was available starting in January 2008.[4]

Third release

This third release was available starting in July 2008.[5]

References

Pokémon toys
Takara Tomy: Monster CollectionPokémon mateGrabber BallDeluxe TrainersZukan figuresSuper Ball
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Combat FiguresPlush figuresBean-filled plush figuresElectronic figuresPower BouncerV-Trainer
Quick-Change Poké BallPull Backs!Electronic PokédexElectronic Poké BallTHINKChipPlush clip-on
TPCi: Pokémon HousePoké DollKuttari CutiePokémon Gallery Figures
Jakks Pacific: Action FiguresBattle Dome PlaysetDiamond and Pearl Electronic Talking PokédexDiamond and Pearl vehicles
Fossil Regeneration StationReversible Poké Ball plushSinnoh Region PlaysetUnova Electronic Pokédex
Other: Pokémon KidsDeluxe PokédexMighty Beanz Pokémon: AdvancedBandai FriendsBuild-A-BearBuild 'n Battle
Play by Play plush figuresMini-SkateboardMini-SnowboardPokémon KeychainPokémotionElectronic Yo-Yo
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