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How does the Baby Jogger City Sights compare with the City Mini GT2?

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Mrscee • 19 Nov 2022


I just wondered if you knew anything about the Baby Jogger City Sights? You helpfully pointed me to the Baby Jogger City Mini G2 as a good off road pram that could be slung in my boot and not take up too much space. How does this new model compare?

Eli • 20 Nov 2022

Hiya, Mrscee,

I would not really compare these two, or if so, I would need to know what to compare I mean, these are two very different pushchairs - the City Sights being reversible, it offers less seat space (however, the option to face the parent is suitable for those with a smaller child), higher weight (based on the travel system-ready frame), and smaller, more urban front wheels.

I personally would go for the City Mini GT2 if I wanted a lighter, long-lasting pushchair that folds compactly (the City Sights is bulkier and heavier as it is a two-piece pram) as the seat is much larger, and as it only faces forward I would want it for a toddler more than a baby. The City Sights I would get as a full-featured from-birth option (kind of like a more compact Uppababy Cruz), most probably with a carrycot, as that is the best use of this model from my point of view.

If needing something kind of like the City Mini GT2 but smaller, check the TFK Dot 2.

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