LEGO 75362 Ahsoka Tano’s T-6 Jedi Shuttle Review

I had to look this one up – the last time we had an official T-6 Jedi Shuttle was way back in 2011 (here’s an eBay link for those interested). I have always been a huge fan of the T-6 Shuttle; the cool rotating cockpit/wings, the unique shape, and the striking red & white Republic colors.

And now in 2023, thanks to the new Ahsoka TV Series on Disney+, we have a new version of this beloved Jedi shuttle! (Along with 2 other Ahsoka-themed sets)

Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle flying

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Ahsoka Tano’s T-6 Jedi Shuttle Specs:

Release Date:1 September 2023
Price:$79.99
Piece Count:601
Minifigures:4
Set Dimensions:3.5″ high, 10.5″ long, and 9″ wide
Where to Buy:LEGO.com / Amazon
Ahsoka's Jedi T-6 Shuttle docked

Ship Design & Function:

Unfortunately, this new 2023 version does fall short in several ways. It’s by no means a bad set, but I do have a few minor issues with it. Considering most of the scenes from this ship in the Ahsoka show feature the trio of Ahsoka, Sabine, and Huyang all traveling in it, I was a very disapointed to find out that the cockpit only fits 1 minifigure.

There’s also no way to display the ship in its vertical flying position, which is entirely the “cool” factor of this ship’s design and look in the show. (Anyone got any good 3rd party stand ideas? Comment below).

Also, when the wings are in their flying position, the underside of the wings are completely bare and lack any detailing, so it only looks good from one side. I know that LEGO have been increasing their prices lately, but for $80 I was expecting a bit ‘more’ to the build somehow. It wouldn’t have been that hard for them to continue the diagonal red pattern on the underside.

Not a good look… come on LEGO! 50% effort on the design of the wings 🙁
Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle with Huyang
Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle 75362

However, there are still plenty of positives going for this set. The minifigues are superb (more on them later), the 360° rotating wing mechanism is a smooth and sturdy design utilizing a Technic turntable, and the overall look and design of the ship is really quite spectacular (from one side).

There is a nifty little storage compartment under the wings at the back, big enough to fit Ahsoka’s lightsabers, a few blasters/tools, and either Sabine’s hair or helmet. The discrete folding landing gear is also designed very well, and the ship feels stable when it’s standing on its legs (horizontal flat wing position only). Despite what I said about the small cockpit, I do appreciate that it’s a printed piece, instead of a sticker element on the windshield.

Minifigures:

Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle 75362 minifigures

Absolutely standout minifigure selection here. For the first time ever, we’re getting Ahsoka with her dual white/translucent lightsabers, which is awesome. Though I should point out that the hilts are just the standard LEGO lightsaber hilts, no curved hilts or one shorter blade here, which would have been more accurate.

Ahsoka’s arm-printing is very detailed, and she’s wearing her gray/blue garments from the first half of the season. Maybe we’ll get an “Ahsoka the White” minifigure next year!

Ahsoka & Gandalf the White meme
Sorry, I had to! 🙂

Sabine Wren comes with her dual Mandalorian blasters (a pair of WESTAR-35s for the nerds out there), Ezra’s old green lightsaber, an awesome purple hairpiece, as well as her Mandalorian helmet with some of her custom artwork on it.

Missed opportunity for arm printing though, as we could have gotten her Mandalorian shoulder armor:

And quickly becoming one of my favorite characters, Professor Huyang (voiced by David Tenant!) looks fantastic, including an all-new custom molded head. I appreciate that he was given an actual minifigure shape, instead of just a standard LEGO droid body.

Last up is Marrok, the mysterious inquisitor (who ended up being nobody – spoilers!), who comes with a standard double-bladed Inquisitor lightsaber and hilt, and a cool shoulder pad/armor insert, which can be used to clip the lightsaber behind his head, just in like the show. Nice!

Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle 75362

Final Thoughts – Worth the $80?

Despite the fact that this scaled-down ship only has room for one minifigure in the cockpit and has a seemingly unfinished design on the underside of the wings, the spectacular minifigure lineup is its saving grace and brings my overall impression of the T-6 Shuttle up as a whole.

Seeing an official LEGO version of Ahsoka sporting her dual white lightsabers while on the search for Ezra and Thrawn in her T-6 is just too cool to pass up, assuming you can overlook some aesthetic flaws on the ship itself.

If you’re a fan of Ahsoka (or any of the animated Clone Wars or Rebels shows), this set is a must-have.

Lego Star Wars Ahsoka Tano's T-6 Jedi Shuttle 75362 box front and back

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