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Chicco Cortina

Reviewed August 2012
Chicco Cortina
*Est. $175
Pros:
  • Compatible with top-rated car seat
  • Full recline for infant
  • Height-adjustable handles
Cons:
  • Bulky when folded
  • Plastic wheels
  • Seat doesn't adjust to a fully upright position

Chicco Trevi

Reviewed February 2011
Chicco Trevi
*Est. $113
Inexpensive, full-featured stroller with a travel system option
Pros:
  • Converts to travel system
  • Fully reclining seat
Cons:
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Chicco S3 All-Terrain

Reviewed January 2011
Chicco S3 All-Terrain
*Est. $386
A little known jogger with a host of features -- if you can assemble it
Pros:
  • Highly maneuverable
  • Durable
  • Plenty of storage
  • Can become a travel system
Cons:
  • Expensive
  • Challenging assembly instructions
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