Halo 2009: The Halo 'Mongoose' Ultra-Light All-Terrain Vehicle

by Outsiders
June 12, 2009
This October you can begin your vehicular assault with the Mongoose Ultra-light All-terrain Vehicle. The boxed set includes a 5-inch scale Mongoose and exclusive Spartan driver with 26 moving parts. The Mongoose comes loaded with various functionality including handlebars that turn, tires that spin, adjustable foot pegs and a rear seat that folds down to allow a 2nd figure to fit on the back! (Second figure sold separately)

The Mongoose is the first in-scale vehicle compatible with our 5-inch Halo figures. There are three versions available, each with a different Spartan:

* MONGOOSE WITH ORANGE MARK V (new armor type!)
* MONGOOSE WITH CRIMSON AND STEEL CQB (Exclusive to Diamond and Toys R Us!)

The Halo Mongoose is scheduled to reach stores nationwide in October.
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