The Yoyo2 is much, much sturdier, so it will last linger in terms of the quality of the frame. Apart from that, it is very, VERY slanted, not really suitable for smaller children (but not super spacious for toddlers either). I see kids being really uncomfortable in it a lot, so personally, I don't like this stroller even if I appreciate the quality (but it also means a much higher price).
That means I would probably go for the Joie Tourist, however, that model is, on the other hand, less sturdy and also slanted. It does offer a lie-flat option and is less expensive, so for that occasional use, both strollers are meant, it would be, from my point of view, better. I would still look at a few other strollers as I don't think any of these is a great option, honestly.