Strollers: $400 to $500

ConsumerSearch reviews all types of strollers—full-featured, car seat (a.k.a. travel systems), umbrella, jogging and double. Strollers can be sorted by price, brand or type. Trying to decide between a few? We make it easy to compare models’ specifications, such as safety and convenience features, side-by-side. The best strollers in each category are named based on expert and user reviews, where each is evaluated for maneuverability, durability, features, and price, in addition to the comfort of the most precious passenger.
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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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Mamas & Papas Sola

Reviewed August 2012
Mamas & Papas Sola
*Est. $420
Pros:
  • Adjustable handle and leg rest
  • Reversible seat
  • Suitable for newborns
Cons:
  • May have durability issues
  • Cup holder sold separately
  • Upper weight ratings inconsistent

Bumbleride Flyer

Reviewed May 2012
2012 Bumbleride Flyer
*Est. $420
Pros:
  • Adjustable-height, reversible handlebar
  • Front and back wheels swivel or lock
  • Easy to maneuver
Cons:
  • Child can undo buckle
  • Two-hand fold
  • Bulky when folded
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Joovy Cocoon

Reviewed May 2012
Joovy Cocoon
*Est. $500
Pros:
  • Multi-function 3-in-1 design
  • Smooth ride
  • Comfortable seat
  • Ample storage room
Cons:
  • Wide frame
  • Heavy

Teutonia T-Linx

Reviewed April 2012
*Est. $500
Pros:
  • Smooth ride
  • High quality
  • Reversible handle
Cons:
  • Expensive
  • Two-part fold
  • Limited storage
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