Reviewers say the Peg Perego A3 offers an ample storage basket and a large sun canopy. The seat is reversible and can be used as a bassinet, offering added versatility for infants. The 7.5-inch wheels and sturdy chassis make for a smooth ride, and a five-point harness system adds security. Owners say the A3 is easy to steer and maneuver. At 23 pounds, it's a bit heavy, but most owners say the larger wheels and large, easily accessible storage basket make up for the added weight in convenience. On the downside, the handle isn't adjustable, and a few reviewers say it's too short. There are two adult cupholders, but no child cupholders or snack tray. The Peg Perego A3 has a book-fold mechanism, meaning it folds down to the floor instead of standing upright, although when folded it can be stored in an upright position.
The Peg Perego A3 is a discontinued stroller with few reviews and little customer feedback. The most detailed review of the Peg Perego A3 is found on Strollers.Baby-Gaga.com, where editors mention parent feedback, although it's not clear where this feedback was obtained. WindsorPeak.com, the online community for readers of the popular baby-gear book "Baby Bargains," has a forum thread on the Peg Perego A3, where just under 10 owners provide feedback. The ImAMother.com forum has a 2006 thread related to the Peg Perego A3.
Editors of Strollers.Baby-Gaga.com review the Peg Perego A3, referencing consumer opinion but without clearly disclosing where this feedback was obtained. Nonetheless, the review is detailed, offering letter grades for safety, convenience and comfort. Overall, the A3 receives a promising grade of A-plus. Editors say parents are pleased with the durability, ample storage and sturdy feel of the A3, but do note that it's a book-fold model (meaning it folds to the ground instead of upright), which can be cumbersome. The authors also say parents are pleased with the A3's maneuverability.
Review: Peg Perego A3, Editors of Strollers.Baby-Gaga.com, Jan. 2011
Just under 10 owners have reviewed the Peg Perego A3 on WindsorPeak.com, the online community for readers of the baby-gear book "Baby Bargains." Reviewers say that while the A3 isn't the most lightweight stroller on the market, the added features (larger wheels and large storage basket) make up for the weight in convenience and comfort.
Review: Peg Perego A3 Stroller, Contributors to WindsorPeak.com
This forum thread dates back to 2006. A reader asks for feedback on the A3, and most commenters offer brief comparisons to other Peg Perego models. In general, opinions are mixed. Several reviewers cite poor quality among Peg Perego models, and there are a few mentions of the A3 being heavy and bulky.
Review: Anyone Know About the Peg Perego A3?, Contributors to ImAMother.com