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Peg Perego Aria Twin 60-40

Reviewed December 2012
Peg-Perego Aria Twin
*Est. $350
Pros:
  • Compact, self-standing fold
  • Large storage basket
Cons:
  • Squeaky wheels
  • Poor maneuverability on uneven surfaces
  • Flimsy harnesses
  • Shallow cup holders and snack trays
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Peg Perego Si

Reviewed August 2012
Peg-Perego Si
*Est. $250
Pros:
  • Height adjustable handlebars
  • Accommodates an infant car seat
  • Large canopy
Cons:
  • Flimsy cup holder

Peg Perego Pliko P3 Compact

Reviewed August 2012
Peg Perego Pliko P3 Compact
*Est. $400
Pros:
  • Height-adjustable handles
  • Full-coverage sun canopy
  • Built-in standing board
Cons:
  • Recently recalled
  • Folding, unfolding takes practice
  • Storage difficult to access
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