|No.|| Regular releases|
|Series||Mechanical Mini 4WD|
|Release Date|| Regular releases|
February 8, 2020
|In fictional media|
|First Appearance||Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go! WGP|
|Owner||The NA Astro Rangers|
It was featured in the manga and anime Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go! WGP as the NA Astro Rangers' machines.
The Buck Blader features the futuristic, fully-cowled body design, with a row-type headlamps on the front and a rear spoiler on the rear. On the top of the canopy, there's a large hole that was used to install either the fan-like parts or the cover parts. Unlike other Mechanical Mini 4WD cars, the chassis doesn't have the steering system to begin with. There's the wheel covers that covering the outsides of the wheels.
As the bodyshell of the Buck Blader was molded in clear plastic, it can be painted in any color. The preferred color is gun metal gray. It has the tricolor stripes on the bodyshell consist of blue, white and red. There's 9 red star marks and the NA Astro Rangers team logo on the rear fenders and a car number decal on the front.
In the manga, anime and video game
The Buck Bladers are the NA Astro Rangers' machines. It has the active suspension system in which all four fenders and wheels are movable and independent, and each wheel has a motor of its own. Using the satellite communication system that allows the car to connects to the satellite, the Buck Blader can adjusts the suspension's characteristic depends on the road condition. On the rear, there's a pair of thursters that allows it to have speed and acceleration boost when activated, at the expense of having the car's battery almost completely depleted. Said boosters can be used only on straight roads.
In the manga, the Buck Blader will not runs out of power as it also recharges the battery while running. Also in the manga, the booster will automatically activated to depletes the excessive amount of electric power.
Each NA Astro Rangers members' Buck Bladers has different specifications; Edge Blaze's own is all-round-type, Josephine 'Jo' Goodwin's own is speed-focused, Michael Miller's own is corner-focused, while Hammer David Grant's own is torque-focused. It is unknown what specification Brett Astaire's Buck Blader has.
In Power WGP2, the charging system that recharges the car's battery via the satellite was added into the Buck Bladers. However, it cannot be used if the weather condition isn't right.
Type: Display model
|Mechanical Mini 4WD series|
|1990||Spin Cobra · Proto-Saber Evolution · Buck Blader · Spin-Viper · Vise-Intruder · Diomars-Nero|