The Mountain Buggy Terrain stroller has been completely redesigned for 2010, and it sports a host of new features. This all-terrain stroller has 16-inch rear wheels, a swiveling front wheel that can be locked and an adjustable canopy with a pull-down sun visor. The handlebar is also adjustable. The Mountain Buggy Terrain has a weight capacity of 77 pounds, which is slightly larger than some of the leading all-terrain strollers on the market like the BOB Revolution (*Est. $390), which can accommodate 70 pounds. Parents give the seat high marks because it can recline flat for newborns, but the recline mechanism requires two hands. The stroller is also durable and easy to maneuver over grass, dirt and gravel. However, the new Mountain Buggy Terrain is on the heavy side at 29 pounds and it's quite expensive. The aforementioned BOB Revolution gets the best reviews among all-terrain strollers and it costs much less.
Most reviewers test previous versions of the Mountain Buggy Terrain, but we did find one test-based review at RatedByMom.com. The author provides a lengthy overview of the stroller, complete with a video, and she makes notes of downsides where she sees them. That's the only review of the new Terrain stroller available as of this writing, but more should be available as the stroller accumulates more time on the market.
One mom provides a lengthy video and text review of the Mountain Buggy Terrain. Overall, she says the stroller is a dream to maneuver and she loves the fully reclining seat. There are a few downsides, like the omission of a tire pump and a few annoyances with the recline mechanism.
Review: Spotlight Product Review: Mountain Buggy Terrain, Editors of RatedByMom.com, July 2010