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My son is about 11-month old and I am looking for a new high-quality pushchair that suits most of our requirements and lasts the duration of his stroller years. I live in a small apartment with elevators in the city and here are my requirements:
-not too clumsy in elevators, restaurants, and supermarkets.
-easy to fold and self-standing, not take too much room in a small apartment.
-could handle bad pavements and easy to cross over the road shoulders.
-some light-terrain trips on the weekends.
-a more upright seatback.
-the folding-form fit for a Tesla Model Y's boot with other camping equipment.
-reversible is not a need.
I have read a lot of the reviews of the popular high-rated pushchairs and come up with a short (maybe not that short) list:
(big-size) Uppababy Cruz V2, Baby Jogger City Mini GT2, Joie Mytrax, Jane Epic; (mid-size) Gesslein S4 Air+, ABC Design Avus; (ultra-compact) Bugaboo Butterfly, Babyzen YOYO+, ABC Design Zephair.
I am confused about that would I really need a big-size pushchair? Are the mid-size pushchairs significantly nimbler than big-size ones? Could the ultra-compact ones fit my demands? Do you have other recommendations beyond my list?
Joie Mytrax and Jane Epic's seat load is only 15kg while their seat units seem spacious, why?
BJCMGT2 is quite high and long, is it very clumsy in a supermarket? I have read about a review noting that some 3-wheel types have a bad view when the toddler looking left and right even at the most upright position. Is it true?
Gesslein S4 Air+ has a quite short depth of the sitting surface (20cm), would that make an older toddler uncomfortable?
ABC Design Zephair is much cheaper than other ultra-compact competitors on my list in my country, is the quality inferior to others very much?
Sorry for so many questions as I have a selecting phobia /(ㄒoㄒ)/. Could you give me some advice and recommendations…