The BOB Revolution SE Duallie (*Est. $470) offers all the perks of its single-stroller counterpart in a bigger package: smooth ride, excellent suspension, easy push and quality construction for a fair price. It also has one of the same drawbacks: Accessories are extra. Still, the Duallie is a good choice for occasional joggers, and it will fit through a standard doorway. Parents are also big fans of the generous, independently adjustable sun canopies.
The Bumbleride Indie Twin (*Est. $520) is another excellent choice. Like the single Indie, it's lighter and a lot more stylish than most all-terrain doubles. Owners like the large sun canopies and the adjustable handle and footrests. It can accommodate newborns, but its 90-pound weight limit is lower than the Revolution SE Duallie's 100-pound capacity. The Indie Twin also has a recall history.
If you want a lighter all-terrain double with a quick, compact fold, the Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double (*Est. $580) could be your winner. The stroller also has forever-air tires -- they never go flat -- and a convenient hand brake. Baby Jogger offers a great warranty and customer service. However, the stroller sports smaller wheels, so it isn't suitable for jogging and can't handle the same variety of terrain as its competitors.
If you need a double all-terrain stroller that won't break the bank, take a look at the InStep Safari Double (*Est. $170). Owners say it's easy to push, and they like the included parent and child trays. But at 37 pounds, this stroller is extremely heavy. It also won't fit through some doorways and suffers from wheel-quality issues.
Another top budget choice is the Baby Trend Expedition Double Jogger (*Est. $200). While several pounds lighter than the InStep Safari Double, it suffers from similar wheel-quality issues and won't fit through some doorways. It also has a poor warranty, and Baby Trend gets mixed or poor reviews for customer service.