There isn't yet much critical evaluation of the Peg-Perego Centro Completo stroller. Essentially, this 18-pound stroller is similar to the top-rated Peg-Perego Pliko P3 Classico (*est. $330), but with a single handlebar rather than umbrella-style handles. Of the few reviews we found so far for this new stroller, most are a little mixed. Parents question its maneuverability, and one had an issue with customer service. On the other hand, Peg-Perego has a generally good reputation for durability. If you prefer umbrella-style handles, consider the Pliko P3 or Inglesina Zippy (*est. $300), both of which have otherwise similar features to the Centro Completo stroller.
We were only able to find a couple of comments from owners of the Peg-Perego Centro Completo: a few parents posting to Epinions and one answering a question about this full-featured stroller on the Baby-Gaga.com parent forum. Unfortunately, the Centro Completo isn't covered in the book Baby Bargains (which discusses many other Peg-Perego strollers), nor is it reviewed by Consumer Reports.
As of this writing, Epinions has a few diametrically opposed reviews of the Peg-Perego Centro Completo stroller. Some owners like the stroller, but others have issues with a broken part or customer service.
Review: Peg-Perego Centro Completo Reviews, Contributors to Epinions
In this brief thread, a parent asks for opinions about the Peg-Perego Centro Completo and Inglesina Urbe. One woman says she tried out the Centro Completo in a store, but found it difficult to maneuver and the seat too small.
Review: Peg-Perego Centro Completo & Inglesina Urbe, Contributors to Baby-Gaga.com