The Avengers Quinjet City Chase is LEGO set 76032-1. It has a score of 87. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 9 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 24.9% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2015, and it is categorised in Marvel Super Heroes.
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This building set has so many cool features and details that LEGO fans and Avengers fans will appreciate. All the moving parts and the Super Jumper piece add action to the building play, allowing kids to play out all sorts of imaginative, action-packed superhero adventures.
My kids love the Avengers. We bought this set specifically because of the mini figures that were included.(Black widow and Ironman are their favorites.) The kit is the usual Lego quality. The pieces were all there. The pieces snapped together easily and stayed together. It was easily put together by 7 & 10 year old kids without any help. They give it a 5 star rating and so do I.
I really do like the all-around design of the Avengers Quinjet. It is definitely an upgrade over the 2012 version although there isn't much of an interior on both versions. However the lack of a larger interior is replaced with a very neat play feature with the motorcycle drop ship. In addition to the Quinset, we also get the lab truck that also has a cool exploding feature. On top of that, we have some great minifigures with a couple of exclusive ones with Vision and Ultimate Ultron. To me, The Avengers Quinjet Chase (76032) does feel like a $80 set and it's well worth the price.
The set is quite good however unlike the original quinjet this one can't fit all the the avengers let alone the ones included. Ultron's red head isn't very visible, because it is transparent maybe a solid bright red piece. Pros Captain America Black Widow Iron Man Vision Ultron Most of the Quinjet Cons Ultron's head piece This set is a good Avengers starter set
There are some good parts in here, but unlike the older Quinjet set, it's not something you'd want to build and put your your shelf. I keep the old Quinjet next to my Helicarrier, and it looks like it belongs there. LEGO can do better on the characters included with the set, and they certainly should do better on what they give us with the sets.
It's hard to not compare this Quinjet to the old one, especially since the predecessor is one of my all-time favorite LEGO vehicles. They're different beasts, sure, but the comparison still happens. Most of the drawbacks to the new one is in relation to the old one, like how this one costs more despite having about the same piece count, or how the old one had a second cockpit to fit minifigs. But this one's extra vehicle is cooler and has some niftier features (bike drop beats drone release thing every time). And as much as I wish there was room somehow to sit an Avenger or two in the hull, I'm glad there still is the space in the back. I don't have the old one with me, so I can't compare them in person. But from what I've seen this one's also slightly smaller. Which isn't bad, because this one looks far sleeker than the old one.