Do you think this could work as an everyday compact as it is designed to be more off-road and there I assume robust?
I am sorry, but I don't think so, honestly. The Cosatto Woosh Trail stroller has slightly larger wheels (but pretty much only in the back, while what you feel when pushing is 95% the front wheels) than te original (which had them totally tiny), but I think they did wrong, naming it "Trail", as it is rattly and small and simple-ish / not sturdy. I think for malls, normal pavements, and very occasional bump, it could be ok, but for any off-road and more demanding use, I would go for a bit larger, studied model. Sorry for my honesty.