Overall, editors and users like the Graco Quattro Tour stroller for its sturdy and safe feel, smooth ride, ample storage and hard-to-find features, such as a basket that can be accessed even when the seat is reclined. However, there are a few complaints about the Quattro Tour's relatively heavy 25 pound frame, and many parents say it takes up a lot of space when folded down. While other full-featured strollers get better reviews and are more stylish, most reviews say the Graco Quattro Tour is a good-quality inexpensive stroller.
The most comparative review we found for the Graco Quattro Tour stroller is at Consumer Reports, where editors test and rate this stroller as part of their latest round of stroller testing. We also found a good, detailed write-up at Baby-Gaga.com, where editors base their evaluations on hands-on tests plus parent interviews. In addition to these two excellent reviews, we found some parent-written reviews for the Graco Quattro Tour at Target.com and Epinions, as well as in the online stroller forum at Baby-Gaga.com.
Consumer Reports includes the Graco Quattro Tour stroller in its latest evaluation of strollers. Editors test each stroller according to how well it maneuvers, along with ease of use, features and safety. Although the accompanying ratings chart is helpful, editors don't say much about each stroller model.
Review: Strollers, Editors of Consumer Reports, Apr. 2007
Editors at Baby-Gaga.com base reviews on both hands-on testing and parent interviews. Each stroller is evaluated in eleven performance areas, with a final overall grade that you can use to make comparisons to other strollers. Reviews are nicely balanced, with pros and cons for each stroller, including the Graco Quattro Tour.
Review: Graco Quattro Tour Review, Editors of (and contributors to) Baby-Gaga.com, Jan. 18, 2006
3. Baby Bargains
This is the companion website to the popular baby-gear book of the same name. In this forum, parents can ask questions and leave comments for their strollers. Most reviews are well balanced and detailed, covering both pluses and downsides.
Review: Graco Quattro Tour Review, Contributors to BabyBargains.com
Over sixty parents offer their opinions of the Graco Quattro Tour, giving it mainly good reviews overall. Owners especially enjoy the storage options, push-button fold that doesn't leave the stroller collapsed on its tray but rather on its wheels, good maneuverability and comfort. However, the Quattro Tour loses points for its bulk and weight.
Review: Graco Quattro Tour Reviews, Contributors to Epinions
About two dozen parents review the Quattro Tour at Target.com, and more leave reviews for the travel system version of the Graco Quattro Tour. Although most owners acknowledge that this stroller is heavy and bulky, they compliment the Quattro Tour for its wide wheel base, smooth ride and ability to handle nicely even on bumpy ground.
Review: Graco Quattro Tour Reviews, Contributors to Target.com