So when I was a kid, I remember there were a few brands of cheap toy cars which were quite popular (off hand I can remember three). There was Hot Wheels and Matchbox by Mattel (Matchbox was formally owned by Tyco but bought over by Mattel) and also Micro Machines by Hasbro (orginally made by Galoob but now part of Hasbro). Think most of my toy cars were by Micro Machines. Perhaps they were cheaper? Because I can remember that I was not so well to do (and I still am not so well to do).
You might want to know that nobody has given this toy a bad review. All 16 reviews posted on the Amazon website are either 5 or 4 stars. That is really good isn’t it? There are people who even buy multiple packs to try their luck on what kind of cars they get. Somebody also commented that with the free super saver shipping, it is much cheaper to buy these toys from Amazon then from the stores. The cheap car toys come in all sorts of cars, one customer commented that he had one set with the new Camaro while another had an original Batman car. Well I had no idea they would put Batman cars into such die-cast vehicle packs! Anyways most of the customers purchased the cars as gifts (for their grandsons especially) which is really good to know. Yeah even when I was a young kid I liked playing with cars, trucks, tractors etc almost anything with wheel. You can get something like this as a gift for a child you now or maybe even as a Christmas gift. These cars are durable given that they are all case metal and really well made (seems like they do not contain any plastic parts) hence they do not break up easily unless your child is pretty rough with them.