Stroller Review Roundup

02/22/2009 at 06:00 PM ET

Are you in the market for a stroller? Whether you need a full-featured buggy, complete with a bassinet for a newborn, a three-wheeler to go off-roading with or an umbrella-style for quick trips, we’ve got you covered! Check out these reviews by our been-there done-that staff. And be sure to let us know which brands, models and categories you want to see on CBB!

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Rear-facing Models

Umbrella and Lightweight

UPPABaby G-Luxe Stroller


Peg Perego Pliko Switch Completo

Jogging and All Terrain

Joovy Zoom ATS Jogging Stroller

Double: Tandem (one seat in front of the other)

Joovy Ergo Caboose

Double: Side by Side

Double: General

Designer strollers

Bugaboo and Marc Jacobs Unveil Exclusive Stroller


Carry You Stroller Accessories

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sigh on

The link to the Xplory Review 1 is broken (it takes you to the Peg Perego review instead).

I would really like to see the Baby Planet Max Traveler reviewed here.

M on

The link to the Bumbleride Indie Twin also does work. I would really love to see a review of their 09 model!

Dina on

It would have been nice to have seen a review of the Inglesina Zippy as well. With the bassinet available, the awesome fold, the full cover canopy it is a really fantastic and totally underappreciated stroller. I have one for my now 9 month old daughter and we love it.


Nancy is finishing up a review of the Zippy! We’ll have it up on the site soon.
— Danielle

Amber on

It would be great to see a review of the Maclaren Grand Tour LX that has lots of photos…I can’t seem to find too much information on it.

We will be reviewing the Grand Tour LX when it comes out in April/May.

— Danielle

Tina on

Thanks for this informative thread! I’m taking notes!

Angelique on

Does anyone know of a stroller that is high up? My 13 month old doesn’t seem to like being so low to the ground. He’s used to being worn in the Baby Bjorn. . .


The Peg Perego Skate and Stokke Xplory allow you to raise your child high above the ground.

— Danielle

Elke on

Would love to see the Maxi cosi Mura reviewed, this is also a travel system taking the Maxi cosi carseat and also a bassinette.

Lovely colour choices too.