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Eli says:
"A good choice in my eyes (85 %)"
and gives the Chicco Goody

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  • price - its relative affordability, at least on Amazon and similar platform, is, to me, a huge plus
  • a pleasant center of gravity and a nice push and curb-popping
  • the rubber wheels are a wee bit larger than those of the competition (not large, though)
  • suspension is mild but works well
  • a reasonably wide seat unit with enough space to the canopy to accommodate an older toddler as well (we were mostly using it with our 4yo)
  • a lever-operated backrest that lies flat enough for small babies
  • a more [[article:nomuremese|upright seat]], compared to almost every ultra-compact we tried out
  • a compact auto-fold that needs almost no strength on your side, just release the handle buttons and "throw" the handle forward (great with a kid in your hands)
  • low weight
  • leatherette details on the handle and bumper bar
  • wipe-clean leg-rest covered with PU leather
  • weak canopy wire makes the canopy feel "cheap" when opening/closing it
  • no peek-a-boo window in the hood
  • backrest length (would be nicer to be taller)
  • basket size (absolutely understandable, though, for an ultra-compact model) - at least some kind of a rear pocket would be nice to be added
  • no handlebar adjustment
  • I minded the leg rest - it feels too soft, not being toughened in the center, so it's not much of use when a tall toddler naps in the stroller

At first sight, I didn't love it, to be honest... it felt like it could have many flaws. Apart from the hood sturdiness and the too-soft leg rest, I didn't find much more negatives... and that makes the Goody a good choice in my eyes (85 %).

This is an excerpt of our XXL Chicco Goody stroller review here.

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