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LEGO City Car-Park & Garage coming!

(Written by Nicolas N.)

Rumors have been circulating for several months now about an all new LEGO City set, first seen at the LEGO World event in Denmark. The set I’m referring to is a new LEGO City parking-garage (aka. car-park for our UK friends). Below are some pictures taken at LEGO World by Flickr-member Eiker86. (Click on images for larger view.)

After much discussion on LEGO forums whether this LEGO City set was official or LEGO-fan created, the validity of the set was finally confirmed when the German toys & hobbies website ValueBrick listed them for sale, along with the official LEGO box images seen below:

This newest addition of LEGO City is called #4207 LEGO City Car-Park & Garage, and will be available later this year – although if you are in Germany it seems you can get it already. 😉

The #4207 LEGO City Car-Park & Garage set includes an entry-gate with ticket-dispenser, a security guard’s booth, six parking spaces, a mechanic’s area for fixing cars  (which could be converted into another parking space by removing the mechanic’s accessories), a small gas-pump at the back of the parking-garage, and a working elevator that takes cars up and down between the three floors. (It seems that LEGO is putting elevators in quite a few sets lately.)

Four cars are included with the LEGO City Car-Park: a yellow car that seems to be a hatchback version of the car seen in #4435 LEGO City Car & Caravan set, an MPV (Multi-Purpose-Vehicle) which many believe is a LEGO VW Kombi Van, a blue hatchback, and an orange tow-truck (similar to, though smaller, than the #7638 LEGO City Tow-Truck released in 2009).

Looking at the pictures it seems that five minifigures are included in this LEGO City set: a female citizen, two male citizens, a security-guard and a mechanic. Here is a great video showing the different features of the LEGO City Car-Park & Garage set by YouTube member MADABOUTLEGO:

I believe the new LEGO City Parking Garage offers a lot of play-value for LEGO City fans, and would also look great in a larger LEGO City display. Parking spaces are pretty tight, but we all know that LEGO minifigures pop off their car-roofs to climb in and out of their vehicles. 😀

Thanks for reading my second review here at theBrickBlogger (you can see my first review here: Limited Edition LEGO Minifigures Olympic Team). Please let me know what you think of the new LEGO City set, and if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask. Thanks for reading! 🙂

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  • gid617 May 11, 2012, 11:49 AM

    That’s a really cool set – although it will probably cost at least $80 🙁

  • Nya ZX May 11, 2012, 11:06 PM

    i love this lego set 😆

  • Nya ZX May 11, 2012, 11:25 PM

    how much is this set cost lego city 4207 it is 100$ or more or less i want to know so please tell me ok 🙂

  • nicolas-n. May 12, 2012, 12:59 AM

    The cost is most likely to be $99.90,so yeah,that’s the amount and the expected release date for other countries is June/July

  • nicolas-n. May 13, 2012, 3:01 AM

    NEWS! the parking lot set is going to cost $119.90

  • Tydroid Ninja of Poison NINJAGONESS May 13, 2012, 10:16 AM

    That sounds like the most expensive City set yet! 😕

  • nicolas-n. May 13, 2012, 10:33 AM

    Indeed but I say it will be worth it

    • admin May 13, 2012, 12:03 PM

      I agree with Nicolas on this. This set is totally worth it. With four unique cars, five minifigs and a large building that would look good in any LEGO City layout, it hardly gets better then this. It is also great for younger kids as the play-features are excellent! 🙂

  • nicolas-n. May 13, 2012, 12:23 PM

    Thank you Admin,I couldn’t have said it better myself :D,also it includes a working elevator and a car wash… What are the odds of getting that plus SO much more all in one convenient 933 pieces box

  • ntk743 November 1, 2012, 8:12 PM

    Nice set!

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