The first thing is, why were you so disappointed with the Chipolino April? Leave a review here for other parents to learn about your experience, please. It will help them a lot.
Next in line, if you didn't like it for the cheaper built and the not-so-spacious seat, you might not want to go for such a small stroller now as the Fiorano is. It is an ultracompact stroller - read more about those here, which means SMALL. Small wheels, small seat, small folded size (that's a good thing, but it requires everything else to be small as well). If you need a spacious stroller for a child over 15 kg, yo might want to consider something a bit larger, mid-size forward-facing, like a Hauck Rapid 4R or a Kinderkraft Grande LX, for example. Those are larger, but also with large seat space for a larger toddler.
If still wanting a pushchair this small - that means if you need a compact thing for occasional use only (because that is what these travel strollers are for, occasional use and plane travel mostly), do count on the Lorelli beating also cheaper, simpler. I would definitely not recommend overweighing the stroller as the bars are rather thin. A 15-16 kg child CAN go inside if you don't load the basket, but it will be a tight fit for sure. And a VERY slanted, just half-sitting (not an upright) seat.
All in all, think about your stroller priorities. Is it longevity and space inside? If so, you need a little more expensive brand known for quality, and a little larger stroller with a larger, wider, and longer seat. Is it a small folded size? Then you'll sacrifice the seat space and will feel the weaker build of such an occasional stroller. Or is it a low price? Either look at a compromise of size and a well-known brand or check pre-owned, second-hand strollers of better brands to get a cheaper model of quality.
P.S. About the suspension, yes there are small springs on the front wheels. It does absorb shocks a little - do not count on more than that. You'd notice the suspension in the Specs under the stroller if you clicked on the Suspension part (picture attached 😊).
I hope I helped, Ana. ANd I wish you good luck!