Strollers: $200 to $300

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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Chicco Cortina Travel System

Reviewed December 2012
Chicco Cortina Travel System
*Est. $300
Pros:
  • Includes a top-rated car seat
  • Seat accommodates infants
  • Adjustable handle
Cons:
  • Heavy and bulky
  • Seat doesn't sit fully upright
  • Basket hard to access with seat reclined

Mamas & Papas Tour

Reviewed November 2012
Mamas & Papas Tour
*Est. $200
Pros:
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Very lightweight and compact
Cons:
  • Difficult to fold and open
  • Issues with quality, including faulty wheels
  • Doesn't recline far enough for child comfort
  • Difficult to access storage

Phil&teds Smart Buggy

Reviewed November 2012
Phil&teds Smart Buggy
*Est. $250
Pros:
  • Can accommodate newborns with car seat/carrycot
  • Seat is reversible
  • Large, UV-blocking canopy
Cons:
  • Most accessories sold separately
  • Heavy for an umbrella stroller
  • Handles not adjustable

Maclaren Quest

Reviewed November 2012
Maclaren Quest
*Est. $270
Pros:
  • One-handed maneuver and steering
  • Can be used from newborn to 55 pounds
  • Easy one-hand fold/unfold
Cons:
  • Poor company response to major recall
  • Doesn't roll well on uneven surfaces
  • Canopy doesn't offer full coverage

Schwinn Arrow Fixed Wheel Jogger - Single

Reviewed October 2012
Schwinn Arrow Fixed Wheel Jogger - Single
*Est. $200
Pros:
  • Lightweight
  • Good for serious runners
  • Adjustable handle
Cons:
  • Hard to assemble
  • May be quality issues
  • Basket difficult to access

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