Price is the main selling point of the Graco LiteRider baby stroller. Experts say it's a traditional looking stroller that's reasonably durable, especially if you don't plan to use it much outdoors. Parents like the Graco LiteRider's high handles and large suspension wheels, which provide a smooth ride, as well as its light weight and easy-to-use car-seat attachment. Despite generally good notices, though, the LiteRider does lose points for its bulky frame (which makes it difficult to fold). There are also complaints about sturdiness, with several reports of wheels squeaking and breaking over time.
The Graco LiteRider is sold as either a stroller or a travel system with the Graco SnugRide infant car seat (*est. $120). We didn't find many reviews for this inexpensive stroller, but we did find a detailed evaluation at Baby-Gaga.com. Additionally, there are some parent-written reviews at Epinions and Amazon.com. Consumer Reports hasn't rated this stroller yet.
Reviews at Baby-Gaga.com are based on parent interviews and hands-on evaluation by editors. Reviews are split into several performance areas, then each stroller gets an overall grade that can be used to compare it to others.
Review: Graco Breeze LiteRider Review, Editors of (and contributors to) Baby-Gaga.com
Over one hundred parents posting to this site rave about the Graco LiteRider travel system. Most say that this stroller's light frame is its biggest selling point and add that it's easy to maneuver and comfortable for occupants. However, there is also some agreement that the stroller is bulky when folded and that its harness system can be tricky at times.
Review: Graco LiteRider Travel System Review, Contributors to Epinions