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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Inglesina Trip

Reviewed August 2012
Inglesina Trip
*Est. $200
Pros:
  • Included cup holder and bumper bar
  • Large canopy
  • Roomy
  • Folds with bumper bar attached
Cons:
  • Basket hard to access when reclined
  • Does not accommodate newborns

Zooper Twist

Reviewed August 2012
Zooper Twist
*Est. $200
Pros:
  • Suitable for newborns
  • Car seat compatible
  • Full coverage canopy
  • High weight rating
Cons:
  • Heavy for an umbrella stroller
  • Not commonly available in retail stores
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Britax B-Nimble

Reviewed August 2012
Britax B-Nimble
*Est. $200
A lightweight umbrella-style stroller that can also be a travel system.
Pros:
  • Seat fully reclines
  • Roomy for a larger child
  • Suitable from birth
Cons:
  • Brakes may not engage
  • May be hard to push
  • Storage hard to access
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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

Quinny Senzz

Reviewed August 2012
Quinny Senzz
*Est. $250
Pros:
  • Sturdy and durable
  • Car seat and bassinet compatible
  • Stands alone when folded
  • Fits in most trunks
Cons:
  • Fold has a learning curve
  • Small canopy
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