In 2022, the trend of strollers getting smaller and lighter (across all categories), is still present. Inspired by the first-ever Babyzen Yoyo (which now offers even a tandem Yoyo Connect setup, and the popularity of quality, taller backrest strollers, Bugaboo came to pitch in with their own take on an ultra-compact buggy with a whopping 56cm backrest, nd Recaro with their Recaro Lexa. (For more cool ultracompact buggies, be sure to read out top 10 of 2022 here)
Even in the world of full-sized models, the trend of strollers trying to get lighter and more compact is more and more on-trend, while people needing something truly sturdy and durable even on harsher terrain have less and less choice, to be honest - your best bet in such a case are nowadays three-wheelers.
Budget prams and pushchairs are a very much appreciated category, but with the options getting wider and wider, one can only struggle to weigh all the options in a world where there are no reviews or paid ones (thank God there's still Strollberry 😉). Be sure to check multiple sources though, and if possible, try the stroller out to see the materials used and the sturdiness "right out of the box", as many affordable models have a very loose frame right from the beginning (which is never good).
Stylish is the word of this year, however, as prams, pushchairs, and buggies get more and more modern and interesting - if not in terms of design, then in terms of colors, patterns, accessories or limited collections. When going out and about, moms and sellers focus on being noticed for a pretty accessory, which a stroller most certainly is. From pastels to bold metallic frames to perforation or cute patterns, if choosing a stroller this year, be sure to go for something eye-catching yet timeless enough. From Red Dot Design Award-ed Kinderkraft strollers through the timeless neutrals of the new AC Designs to a Signature Joie line, there's plenty to choose from. Just a suggestion ;-)
To end this little editorial, I'd add one of my personal observations and a piece of advice in terms of accessorizing - mix and match. Try something new, if it is a backpack changing bag that looks like a real, cool bag you'd wear even without a stroller; a patterned Lodger footmuff or a cute Elodie seat liner, a colorful pouch or divider in your basket space... find a cool piece and use it to make the stroller yours. Even if you'd have a tailor make it for you. 🤩 You'll shine even on a street full of the same stroller brand.
P.S. If considering a very affordable stroller brand/model, do consider the availability of spare parts. We've noticed they are continuously being searched - yet unavailable. Read more about how to (try to) get spare/replacement parts for strollers here.
So - which new release is your personal favorite? Check them out below.
The Kinderkraft Askoy is a 2022 renamed version of the Kinderkraft Cruiser – a simple, lightweight pushchair with a modern design, pastels color, and urban functionality. The differences between the Kinderkraft Cruiser and the Askoy are in the updated details: an improved folding mechanicm on the handle, a new design of the wheels with an open spring suspension and a white circle on the wheel rims, a new style of stiching on the footrest and the backrest, and a logo update. The minimalistic colors and shapes will grab your attention just as much as its affordable price, the one-hand fold, the extra-large shopping basket, the fully reclining seat, and the rubber wheels with a rear suspension system. This versatile stroller is a simple asset of an undemanding urban mommy suitable even for younger children. Instead of a conventional belly bar, the Askoy features a practical child tray and a cup holder, a rain cover, and an apron (all included in the base package).
The Silver Cross Reef is a May 2022 release of a single, larger-wheeled reversible pushchair with the possibility of a full-featured 2in1 or 3in1 stroller system, and a more all-terrain version of its urban brother, the Silver Cross Dune. Silver Cross actually presents it as a 5in1 as there are optional accessories such as a soft insert cot called "Newborn Pod" usable right in the seat, and a ride-on board available (there's more, e.g. a luxury backpack-style changing bag to buy separately if you want such).
The flat-folding Silver Cross Reef stroller frame features an individual wheel suspension, and the size of the wheels is larger, so even occasional bumps should be ok. The slightly rigid chassis and suspension of Silver Cross strollers overall make it still better for city surfaces mostly. The from-birth "First Bed Folding Carrycot" is a regular folding carrycot with a double sun visor and enough ventilation to allow overnight sleeping. Apart from this bassinet, you can attach a car seat with adapters (either Silver Cross or a Maxi-Cosi/Cybex type of adaptors are available) to create a car-friendly travel system (officially compatible with these car seats: Clek Liing; Cybex, and Maxi-Cosi car seats - all, including the Mico 30, Mico Max & Coral XP; Nuna Pipa, Pipa Lite, Pipa Lite LX and Pipa RX).
The seat unit of the Reef is reversible, so you can click it on parent-facing or street-facing as needed. The seat has a canopy that includes an extension, a double sun visor, and even a hidden integrated sunshade called "Sun Sail" that will cover pretty much the whole child even in lie-flat mode. Dune also boasts a "Genius harness system" that stays open and features a magnetic buckle for easy harnessing the child in. A lot of padding and luxury-looking recycled/sustainable fabrics are some of the reasons for the luxury look of the pram as well as the high price of this city model.
The Silver Cross Dune is a May 2022 release of a single urban reversible pushchair with the possibility of a full-featured 2in1 or 3in1 stroller system. Silver Cross actually presents it as a 5in1 as there are optional accessories such as a soft insert cot called "Newborn Pod" usable right in the seat, and a ride-on board available (there's more, e.g. a luxury backpack-style changing bag to buy separately if you want such).
The compact Silver Cross Dune stroller frame features an individual wheel suspension, though the size of the wheels and a bit rigid frame and suspension of Silver Cross strollers overall make it ideal for manicured surfaces mostly. The from-birth "First Bed Folding Carrycot" is a regular folding carrycot with a double sun visor and enough ventilation to allow overnight sleeping. Apart from this bassinet, you can attach a car seat with adapters (either Silver Cross or a Maxi-Cosi/Cybex type of adaptors are available) to create a car-friendly travel system (officially compatible with these car seats: Clek Liing; Cybex, and Maxi-Cosi car seats - all, including the Mico 30, Mico Max & Coral XP; Nuna Pipa, Pipa Lite, Pipa Lite LX and Pipa RX).
The seat unit of the Dune is reversible, so you can click it on parent-facing or street-facing as needed. The seat has a canopy that includes an extension, a double sun visor, and even a hidden integrated sunshade called "Sun Sail" that will cover pretty much the whole child even in lie-flat mode. Dune also boasts a "Genius harness system" that stays open and features a magnetic buckle for easy harnessing the child in. A lot of padding and luxury-looking recycled/sustainable fabrics are some of the reasons for the luxury look of the pram as well as the high price of this city model.
For those loving the Dune design and features but needing something more all-terrain, Silver Cross also released the more multi-terrain Silver Cross Reef.
The Uppababy Minu V2 is a 2022 iteration and a second generation of the sturdy Uppababy Minu - an ultra-compact pushchair that is very lightweight while usable pretty much from birth.
The Minu V2 actually builds on the from-birth friendliness and adds a full-featured high-positioned bassinet option to the car seat/travel system compatibility, making it possible to create a 3in1 stroller system out of the Minu V2. More Uppababy Minu V2 versus Minu V1 differences include an updated, more upright seat with no-rethread harness straps, a zip-out extendable canopy without a visor for a more elegant look, adjustable calf support, a renewed opening mechanism that is simply easier, added perforated PU leather-covered bumper bar, a renewed leg/calf rest with adjustment, and overall design update with new colorways to choose from as well as renewed leatherette details on the handle and belly bar. The Minu V2 is also compatible with more accessories (they are, however, sold separately) – not only the Uppababy carrycot but also the new buggy board / Piggyback ride-along board for an older sibling.
The stroller's design remains lightweight and nimble (even if over 1 kilogram heavier than the Minu 1), with a nice enough width that fits even narrow aisles. The world-facing seat can be adjusted to an almost-lie flat that is best for children from 6 months and up (for smaller babies, definitely use the car seat or the bassinet from the from-birth system options). There's also the practical, shoe-saving brake, activated by pressing one side and deactivated by pressing the other, as well as an accessible shopping basket.
This modern, high-weight-capacity & extendable seat back ultra-compact stroller was made small enough to comply with carry-on measurements and requirements for plane travel while being comfortable even for small babies. The seat reverses by rotating on the pushchair's frame, features a lie-flat recline, an extendable hood with a large mesh peek-a-boo window, and even ventilation mesh seat parts, and you'll also find a flip-flop friendly brake in the lower part of the chassis. The Lexa Elite can be folded one-handedly and weighs only 8 kg. The car seat adapters for creating a travel system, as well as other accessories, are, however, sold separately.
The Recaro Lexa is a modern, high-weight-capacity & tall seat back ultra-compact stroller that is made with baby's comfort in mind. The extra-breathable design with a large mesh peek-a-boo window in the extendable sun canopy with a sun visor, the mesh seat parts, the flip-flop friendly brake, and the lie-flat two-hand recline, as well as a car seat/travel system compatibility, will make happy even parents of a smaller child. The stroller can be folded one-handedly and fits carry-on requirements. The small weight is another advantage of the Lexa. The adapters, the bumper bar, and all the accessories are, however, sold extra.
The Kinderkraft Nea is an April 2022 release of a modern, versatile stroller system with a full-features bassinet option, a reversible seat with a high backrest and a high, 22kg weight capacity, and a car seat/travel system option. Clocking in 11,9 kg with the seat unit (pushchair mode), it is not overly heavy, while it offers no-maintenance rubber wheels of a nice size that, along with the suspension, can tackle even bumpier sidewalks. Apart from the appealing, sleek design, it is also a rather budget-friendly model that will make happy mainly urban parents that want something universal while spacious enough - with a nice value for the money.
The foldable carrycot boasts a roomy interior and a well-ventilated hood as well as a panorama window in the lower part. The lie-flat seat unit car be folded with the frame in both directions, and also offers a very tall seat back and an extendable canopy. A cup holder, a rain cover, and a mosquito net are included with the 2in1 pram.
The Kinderkraft Grande Plus is an upgrade of the popular, modern, spacious, and affordable Kinderkraft Grande LX. The 2022 release brought mainly the higher, 22kg weight capacity in the seat, new colors to choose from, and a slightly more spacious seat. Only foam-covered wheels are to be found on the Grande Plus, and the front wheels are a bit smaller.
The spaciousness, the large shopping basket (with, unfortunately, only 2 kg load capacity), and tThe non-reversible fully-reclining seat are still present. The sleek colors and more rounded shapes combined with the base black fabrics make the stroller stand out even if it is a budget-friendly model. The shock-absorbing suspension is present on each wheel individually. Just a rain cover is included with the pushchair, the Plus version doesn't come with an apron anymore.
The Easywalker Miley 2 is a 2022 update of the Easywalker Miley. The same ultra-compact buggy with improved features, the Miley² features an airplane cabin-friendly fold, full-recline, and premium, sustainable materials along with child comfort features. Thanks to the Unique Accessory system, you can add various optional accessories on integrated attachment points on the chassis, ranging froom a cup or phone holder to a LED light or a kid steering wheel.
The differences and changes from Miley to Miley2 include:An improved seatback angle making the stroller more upright
A 1.5 cm longer seat
A 48 cm long backrest (as opposed to a 43 cm tall seat back of the Miley)
A 100g lower weight, compared to the original model
More height to the canopy thanks to its higher position means more inner space for taller toddlers
Leatherette covers on the belly bar
An updated, more accessible basket with a front plate in black fabric
A transport bag is included but not integrated anymore
There is a pocket inside the storage basket
An updated tone-in-tone back of the seat in the same fabric and color as the rest of the seat
The Bugaboo Butterfly is, after the reversible ultra-compact Bugaboo Ant, another ultra-compact stroller that is even approved by IATA (Internationa Air Transport Association), which means fuss-free traveling with the Butterfly as a piece of cabin luggage. The Butterfly, unlike the Ant (and much more like the well-made Joolz Aer), is forward-facing only, which means you cannot make the child parent-face, but it also means much larger seat which a higher backrest that reclines partially, an adjustable leg rest, and a pivoting bumper bar as well. Lastly, the BGB Butterfly stands by its 22 kg weight capacity in the seat plus 8 kg in the basket, meaning a whopping 30 kg maximum capacity overall. The 56cm seatback is also the tallest on the market in the ultracompact category, and is not that slanted, meaning a quite uprught seat for a travel pushchair.
The Butterfly, launched in April 2022, is, therefore, a quality travel buggy for parents of babies to toddlers, boasting not just an adjustable world-facing seat unit but also a car seat compatibility for use from birth as a travel system (using of this stroller without a car seat is best from about 8 months on). There's also the extendable hood with a ventilation mesh part, an all-wheel suspension, a carry strap, and a one-second, one-hand fold. The Butterfly was launched in three base colors and poses a real competition to very similarly-functioning Aer.
The Kinderkraft Siesta New, or also the Siesta 2022, is a March 2022 update of the older Kinderkraft Siesta umbrella buggy. The pastel-colored umbrella stroller features a 20kg weight capacity a fully adjustable up to a lie-flat seat, and is, therefore, suitable also for smaller children that don't sit by themselves just yet. The seat is equipped with a gate-open textile-covered bumper bar for the child, which can be also completely removed. A standing fold and a rain cover included are more of the Siesta updates, compared to the older version – and for a smoother urban ride, there is even suspension on the double wheels.
The Easywalker Jimmey is a 2022 release and the most enhanced version of the flagship model Easywalker Harvey3. These two prams are very similar in functionality - all-rounders concentrating on a smooth ride, roominess and all the comfort features of a full-sized stroller system - with a few differences.
The reversible, well-padded and newly lie-flat seat unit can be reclined fully, while the prolonged leg rest is fully adjustable as well. The well-padded carrycot sports an even larger, full-coverage hood with a handle and a long visor as well, along with a higher apron to cover your baby fully even when windy or rainy. You can attach any part to the frame either with or without the set of height adapters, meaning lower for shorter parents or higher to have your baby closer even if tall. An updated, roomy carrycot with 79 cm inner length is available for your newborn. Using a different set of adapters, you can attach a car seat to the chassis as well. The storage basket improvement is also considerable - the spacious basket can even be detached from the chassis and carried in hand as a regular shopping basket.
The Easywalker Jimmey differs from the Harvey 3 in these areas:
Updated rubber wheels that absorb sounds and feature a memory front lock for an even better all-terrain ride
A stepless height-adjustable handlebar; no finding the click-in parts anymore
An extra-long footrest
Unique Accessory System attachment point on the bumper bar of the seat unit
A carrycot with open-close air ventilation in the base as well as with a Tencel mattress cover that is soft, absorbing, ventilation-promoting, odorless, and made from sustainable materials
An updated, 36L, easily removable storage basket with carrying handles so that you can carry your basket in your hand
The Thule Shine is a small, compact, while sturdy reversible urban stroller with a release date of February 2022. It was made with babies and parents in mind and offers full-featured from-birth travel system features while staying lightweight (under 10 kg) and compact. The one-hand push, one-hand fold with the seat attached, and a roomy basket with a 10 kg weight capacity (higher than the stroller weight itself) will make any city mum happy, helping her with chores as well as shopping.
The Shine's full-suspension chassis with unique, reflective rubber wheels is equipped with all-wheel suspension as well as a memory button to remove any click-on part easily. The reversible, lie-flat seat unit could be used even with smaller babies with the optional newborn inlay or the soft newborn nest (footmuff-style). The seat offers nice sun coverage thanks to an extendable canopy (5 colorway options will be available). The same canopy fits the optional newborn semi-rigid bassinet accessory, which is equipped with extra pockets. The carrycot clicks on the stroller frame without any adapters necessary. Car seat adapters for Maxi-Cosi/Cybex (and other car seat brands with the same attachment system), as well as Chicco adapter, are also available to be used right from birth.
The Valco Baby Slim Twin (on some markets also released as the Valco Baby Neo Twin in 2020) is a sibling/twin version boasting an ultra-narrow frame that will fit anywhere with ease. Only 66 cm wide, the Slim Twin chassis features two world-facing seats with a long seat surface and a tall backrest that you can recline one-handedly up to a lie-flat. For the smallest babies, the leg rests have an integrated newborn apron that will create a cozy, protective space similar to a bassinet. For babies from birth, a travel system with one or two car seats can be created using adapters.
The difference between the SlimTwin and the Snap Duo are the front wheels that are double on the Snap Duo but single on the Slim Twin. Seat-size and front-wheels-wise, the Slim Twin is closer to the Valco Baby Snap Duo Trend, but the Slim Twin differs from the Snap Duo Trend in both width and fewer luxury elements (the Slim Twin only sports a foam handle and more basic textiles).
As there is no suspension on the wheels, the Slim Twin stroller is best used for less demanding city walks. This double pushchair can be folded very quickly, with the seats folding inwards, so they don't get dirty in the car.
The Petite&Mars Move II (Air, meaning air-filled wheels on this model) is an update of the simple, mid-size lightweight Petite&Mars Move pushchair. This modern, minimalist urban stroller can attract attention thanks to not only its budget-friendly price, but also the new pastel colorways of the canopy and large inflatable wheels with a suspension system suitable even for worse urban conditions of the roads and sidewalks. The updated seat unit is a bit higher on the chassis, but it is a bit shorter, though wider, as well. Along with that, the Move offers a lie-flat world-facing seat, an extra-large, extendable hood with a silent, magnetic peek-a-boo window with ventilation mesh (air vent is also behind the backrest, meaning more airflow when reclining the seat)m and a sun visor. The stroller also offers a spacious storage basket and an easy one-hand fold with the seat inwards. Another advantage of the updated model is a higher weight capacity and more accessories included - even a macthing changing bag, a leg cover and a cup holder are in the box.
The leclerc MF Plus is actually a new name for the globally popular leclerc Magicfold (Plus), a lightweight ultracompact buggy boasting an ultra-simple, 'magical' folding system that only needs activating a button on the handlebar. After that, the pushchair can fold by itself and stay standing on the ground to be picked up.
More of the Magicfold's unique features would include the 100% PU rubber wheels with individual suspension, 600D waterproof hood with UPF50+, or the magnetic 5-point-harness buckle. The seat's backrest reclines fully, thanks to a one-handed lever system, and there are three positions to choose from. The leg rest is also individually adjustable.
You can use the seat practically from birth - it's equipped with a rear safety net. The optional footmuff/cocoon, full-size carrycot with adapters, or a Maxi-Cosi attachment-type car seat with separate adapters are also newborn options suitable for a small baby. Various accessories to opt for are available to complement your MF Plus - there's the usual cup holder or rain cover, but also twin connectors to connect two Magicfolds to make a double buggy are also one of the choices.
The MF Plus stroller was released along with two pretty much identical strollers that are different from the Magicfold in the design, colors, and finishes, thus for stylish parents that want to shine in their own way: the eye-catching leclerc Influencer in four stylish colors and the colorful leatherette details, and the most luxurious leclerc Hexagon with the hexagonal stitching and a suedine covers on the handle and belly bar.
The leclerc Influencer is a new and style update of the globally popular leclerc Magicfold (Plus) and its newer iteration, leclerc MF Plus, a lightweight ultracompact buggy boasting an ultra-simple, 'magical' folding system that only needs activating a button on the handlebar. After that, the pushchair can fold by itself and stay standing on the ground to be picked up.
The Influencer stroller, as the most middle road of the 2022's leclerc collection, boasts the same features as the Magic fold/MF Plus, but in four new colors and fancier finishes. Partly-breathable fabrics, colorful leatherette handle and and belly bar finish, different accessories to choose from optionally, and an overall stylish look are what makes this buggy different. More of the Influencer's features would include the 100% PU rubber wheels with individual suspension, 600D waterproof hood with UPF50+, or the magnetic 5-point-harness buckle. The seat's backrest reclines fully, thanks to a one-handed lever system, and there are three positions to choose from. The leg rest is also individually adjustable.
You can use the Influencer seat practically from birth - it's equipped with a rear safety net. The optional footmuff/cocoon, full-size carrycot with adapters, or a Maxi-Cosi attachment-type car seat with separate adapters are also newborn options suitable for a small baby. Various accessories to opt for are available to complement your pushchair - there's the usual cup holder or rain cover, but also twin connectors to connect two strollers to make a double buggy are also one of the choices.
The Influencer stroller was released along with two pretty much identical strollers: the basic leclerc MF Plus, and the most premium, luxurious leclerc Hexagon with the hexagonal stitching and a suedine covers on the handle and belly bar.
The leclerc Hexagon is a new and style update of the globally popular leclerc Magicfold (Plus) and its newer iteration, leclerc MF Plus, a lightweight ultracompact buggy boasting an ultra-simple, 'magical' folding system that only needs activating a button on the handlebar. After that, the pushchair can fold by itself and stay standing on the ground to be picked up.
The Hexagon stroller, as the most luxurious of the 2022's leclerc offer, boasts the same features as the Magic fold/MF PLus, but in three new colors and exclusive finishes. Hexagonal stitching and a breathable seat part, suede covers of the handlebar and belly bar, different accessories to choose from optionally, and an overall premium style are what makes this buggy different. More of the Hexagon's unique features would include the 100% PU rubber wheels with individual suspension, 600D waterproof hood with UPF50+, or the magnetic 5-point-harness buckle. The seat's backrest reclines fully, thanks to a one-handed lever system, and there are three positions to choose from. The leg rest is also individually adjustable.
You can use the Hexagon seat practically from birth - it's equipped with a rear safety net. The optional footmuff/cocoon, full-size carrycot with adapters, or a Maxi-Cosi attachment-type car seat with separate adapters are also newborn options suitable for a small baby. Various accessories to opt for are available to complement your MF Plus - there's the usual cup holder or rain cover, but also twin connectors to connect two Magicfolds to make a double buggy are also one of the choices.
The Hexagon stroller was released along with two pretty much identical strollers: the basic leclerc MF Plus, and the eye-catching leclerc Influencer in four stylish colors and the colorful leatherette details.
The Kinderkraft Indy 2 is an April 2022 update of the original Kinderkraft Indy, an affordable travel buggy with an ultra-compact fold suitable even for plane travel. The new Indy2 brings an overall style update, introducing new fabrics' color and quality. The textiles are waterproof and with a UPF50+ protection. What is more, it boasts an improved wheel quality and suspension and a leg cover included in the price.
This ultra-lightweight, ultra-compact stroller will suit you as a secondary stroller to be used even from birth if you need that. There's the fully reclining seat back, an adjustable leg rest, the one-hand fold, an individual wheel suspension, and compatibility with Maxi-Cosi/Cybex-attachment style car seats, creating a travel system. The Indy comes with a bumper bar, a rain cover, and an apron included.
The Didofy Aster 2 (or the New Aster) is a 2022 update of the ultra-compact auto-folding Didofy Aster stroller destined for traveling,. The compact, cabin-firendly dimensions after folding work well during trips with the MagicFold folding system that makes the buggy fold by itself after a press of a button. The low weight of 6.2 kg complemented with the individual wheel suspension system and the lie-flat seat make this buggy usable even for smaller babies - however, the small wheels of the stroller and its overall small size make it suitable for urban surfaces and undemanding walks only, so be sure to use it during your holidays or as an occasional stroller, not an everyday pushchair.
The Cybex Priam 4 is the 2022 update of the Cybex Priam 3. The updated is the 4th generation include a renewed Lux Cot bassinet, an updated seat unit, and its harness, and also the cup holder which is now higher-positioned on the stroller's chassis.
The updated carrycot got a look closer to the older 2018 Priam, more square lined and not as oval as the Priam 3's Cot anyway, and also 2 cm wider. Moreover, it will be 200 grams lighter than the previous iteration of the bassinet. From now on, it will be attached to the stroller's frame with adapters that are also usable for the car seat, making it compatible with most strollers that have Maxi-Cosi/Cybex car seat adapters available. A lot of padding as well as ventilation/panorama window will be attractive features of the renewed platinum Lux Cot as well.
The updated seat unit will now be equipped with a new, one-pull harness that functions similarly to the harness of a car seat. It will be even easier to fit the safety belts to the child's body and size. A negative point will be that it seems the color packs and fabric sets will not be compatible with the new seat anymore, so it won't be possible to change fabrics or "undress" the seat unit anymore either.
The extra padded seat will still offer a full lie flat. The center of gravity of the stroller moves slightly when the stroller is reclined. You can fold the Priam, just as you could its predecessors, with the seat part still attached to the frame. The fully reclined seat, combined with the newborn insert and the higher apron ("Lite Cot"), creates a space similar to the conventional carrycot, suitable from birth. The optional insert soft Lite Cot can be a nice option for summer babies or for parents with limited storage space to accommodate the full-featured bassinet. A car seat can also be attached to the chassis with adaptors.
The Cybex Mios 3 is the 2022 update of the Cybex Mios 2. The updates of the 3rd generation include a renewed Lux Cot bassinet that sits 10 cm higher on the pram's frame, an updated seat unit and its harness, and also the cup holder which is now higher-positioned on the stroller's frame.
The updated Cybex Mios 2022's carrycot got a the same redesign as the Cybex Priam 4's and is now closer to the older 2018 Priam bassinet design, more square lined and not as oval as the Mios 2's Cot anyway. It is also 2 cm wider. Moreover, it will be 200 grams lighter than the previous iteration of the bassinet. From now on, it will be attached to the stroller's frame with adapters that are also usable for the car seat, making it 10 cm higher-positioned and compatible with most strollers that have Maxi-Cosi/Cybex car seat adapters available. A lot of padding as well as ventilation/panorama window will be attractive features of the renewed platinum Lux Cot as well.
The updated Mios 3' seat unit will now be equipped with a new, one-pull harness that functions similarly to the harness of a car seat. It will be even easier to fit the safety belts to the child's body and size. A negative point will be that it seems the color packs and fabric sets will not be compatible with the new seat anymore, so it won't be possible to change fabrics or "undress" the seat unit anymore either.
The extra padded seat will still offer a full lie flat. The center of gravity of the stroller moves slightly when the stroller is reclined. You can fold the Mios 3, just as you could its predecessors, with the seat part still attached to the frame. The fully reclined seat, combined with the newborn insert and the higher apron ("Lite Cot"), creates a space similar to the conventional carrycot, suitable from birth. The optional insert soft Lite Cot can be a nice option for summer babies or for parents with limited storage space to accommodate the full-featured bassinet. A car seat can also be attached to the chassis with a set of adapters.
The Cybex e-Priam (2022) is an update of the original e-Priam, an e-fueled Cybex Priam stroller hat helps you push uphill, downhill, or with over terrain driving. The e-Priam 2022 was updated mainly in its app-compatibility and the rocking motion possibilities, making it possible to set rocking of your baby in the carrycot through the app. Apart from the pushing assistant, the e-Priam should help you make your child fall asleep in the bassinet. Another update is in the design, making the carrycot closer to the 2018 Priam in looks, more square-lined and not so oval. The bassinet attachment system was also renewed.
Just like the old e-Priam, but with an app to control everything even more, one intuitive push of the activation button with your foot, and you will be helped with pushing the stroller uphill, slowing the stroller downhill, and even offered a smart function of uneven surface support. Thanks to the sensors in the handlebar, the stroller will slow down and stop if you, by accident, let go of the handlebar. The old and new e-Priams can also be used without the electric motor function, just like the ordinary Priam.
Apart from differences in the rear part of the chassis and the removable battery, the design of the e-Priam did not change. The ultra-modern look is underlined by the stylish accents; the memory buttons for removing the carrycot and the seat unit; the partly closable shopping basket… You can even personalize it to a certain extent by choosing a different color of the chassis and upholstery or by picking out one of the limited editions.
The seat is extra padded, with a one-pull safety harness, and can be reclined fully. The center of gravity of the stroller moves slightly when you're reclining the stroller. You can fold the e-Priam with the forward- or rearward facing seat still attached to the chassis. For maximum comfort in the sun, it is possible to extend the hood with the added sun visor. The fully reclined seat, combined with the newborn insert and the heightened leg cover, changes the seat unit into the Lite Cot suitable from birth, mimicking a conventional carrycot. The Lite Cot is a suitable option for those not needing a full-featured bassinet as well as for summer babies. There is, of course, the 2cm wider Lux Cot carrycot for newborns as well, and a car seat can be attached to the chassis using adapters.
The Cosatto Woosh 3 is an ultra-light, ultra-compact third generation of the Woosh travel buggy and the updated version of the Woosh 2. The Woosh 3 brings new colorways and patterns into the game, a handy telescoping handle that can be pulled out and the folded stroller pulled behind you like a piece of luggage with, and a matching footmuff/leg cover + cup holder included. The side Magic Bell and the double-silk canopy fabrics boasting a UV factor of 100+ are still present in the Woosh3. Apart from that, the new ecological fabric made from recycled bottles with over 35 plastic bottles in every stroller is a third iteration addition.
The high - up to 25 kg - maximum weight capacity might not match the seat size, unfortunately, but it is a nice sturdiness factor at least. The wheels are individually sprung for a bit smoother ride through the city. In addition to the patterns and colour design, you'll also find a detail of the matching triangular wheel covers.
The non-reversible seat can be reclined to a full lie-flat position, making it suitable from birth. For baby's comfort, the seat is extra padded. The fabric covers are lightweight and easy to clean. On the robust canopy with a double sun visor, you'll appreciate the roomy pocket at the back or the key hook.
The Anex Air-Z is a 2022's release of an ultracompact stroller that is very small baby-friendly. The Air Z features not only a padded seat with a head hugger pillow, but it also offers the possibility of switching the canopy to the other side and being used in the parent-facing mode for really small children that only lie (not sit).
The Air-Z pushchair will catch your eye with its pastel colors, a bold shape, and the extra rain cover and mosquito net that fit nicely and, for the price of the buggy, feel quite luxurious. The softly padded seat is on the shorter/less roomy side but can be reclined to a full lie-flat thanks to a strap in the bag. There's even the mesh rear part possible to uncover, allowing airflow on a hot summer day when the child is napping.
The Petite&Mars Trails is a stroller system based on the Easywalker Rudey, sharing a few design elements and functionality, too. It is a from-birth, 2in1 combination of a carrycot and a high-backrest seat unit that is reversible and folds with the stroller's frame, too. The Trails seat is, however, a bit more narrow and shorter than the Rudey's, though the wheels are larger, meaning more all-road trails for you and your family. What is more, the Trails is rather budget-friendly, so it's a good choice for a less-demanding family needing something all-terrain and functional.
This stroller system is relatively light, taking the large wheels and a long seat back into account, and its seat unit can be folded in half for the pushchair to fold compactly enough in any direction. The sun canopy extends by unzipping a mesh, ventilated panel, and also a solid sun visor. The seat unit offers a full lie-flat as well as an adjustable leg rest.
The Trails carrycot is a bit smaller but also features a large hood with a zip-open ventilation panel. The stroller chassis is equipped with individual, four-wheel suspension and a telescoping handlebar. The large, puncture-free rubber wheels and the spacious storage basket will most certainly be also appreciated. You'll only get a foot cover and a seat liner with the 2in1 stroller system set - other accessories are sold separately. Maxi-Cosi/Cybex attachment-style car seats can be put on thanks to the adapters available with this pram, creating a 3in1 travel system for every need.
The Petite&Mars Street+ RWS is an upgrade of the original Petite&Mars Street - a spacious, versatile world-facing pushchair with a high weight capacity. The Street+ RWS, compared to the Street/Street Air, introduces the no-maintenance rubber wheel with tread, similar to the newer version of the Petite&Mars Royal, and, of course, new colors and leatherette designs. You can not only mix-and-match different canopy colors to your Street Plus RWS but also pick the timeless Black or elegant brown Oak PU leather covers of the handlebar and belly bar when picking your stroller.
The roomy seat unit, the one-hand fold, a full-lie flat seat with an adjustable leg rest and handlebar are still the main features of the Street line. A high 22 kg seat weight capacity + 3 kg in the basket, as well as UPF protective fabrics are also still a must of this stroller. Limited color variations are released every year, making you one of a 100 in the whole world having a Limited 100 canopy if you opt for one.
Watch out, the Street Plus canopies are not compatible with the older Street model (and vice versa).
The Petite&Mars Cross is a 2022 release of a lightweight mid-size world-facing stroller with an auto-folding function. Apart from low weight and reasonably compact folded dimensions, it sports a mechanism that needs you to only start the folding on the handle and "throw" it forward; the stroller will then fold up by itself, after which it will stand on the ground to be picked up.
The Cross is, therefore, an aspiring helper of an urban mom or dad that is great for the usual, everyday walks, which will be comfier thanks to no-maintenance rubber wheels with suspension, the accessible basket, and a convenient fold. You'll appreciate the Cross as a second stroller for a toddler and also as an accessory to your main pram for shopping and trips.
The Muuvo Roox is a relatively simple mid-size forward-facing pushchair that suits best as a second stroller after a stroller system or a pram. With an urban lifestyle in mind, the Roox offers an accessible basket, a spacious seat, rubber no-puncture wheels, and, what is more, an auto-folding function. The fold is achieved by releasing the lock mechanism and loosening up the upper part - the stroller will, then, fold itself and free stand for you to grab it by the small carry handle.
More of Roox's advantages include an affordable price, a twice extendable canopy, and an adjustable handlebar. No accessories are, however, included, so you need to get everything extra separately.
The 2022 release, Muuvo Trick, is a versatile 'do-it-all' 2in1/3in1 pram for an affordable price. Based on the popular flagship model, Muuvo Quick, it brings all together - a long, spacious, foldable carrycot, newly equipped with ventilation panels and an extra-large hood, a fully-reclining seat unit that can face the parent as well as the street, an innovative folding system that allows the stroller's frame to fold with the seat attached in any direction – and reasonably compactly, all along with a closable basket and a telescoping handlebar.
Apart from the updates highlighted above, the Muuvo Trick boasts an updated design and padding. The bassinet is lower-positioned but sleeker and more ventilated compared with the Quick 3.0. The updated accessories with a different changing bag, integrated shades in the canopies, and a new footmuff included in the price are also an advantage of the Trick stroller system. You'll also get a mosquito net, a rain cover, and a cup holder with your pram. A car seat of the Maxi-Cosi/Cybex attachment style can be clicked on the frame using adapters.
The Bugaboo Donkey 5 is a 2022 update of the famous&luxurious single-to-double reversible side-by-side convertible stroller system for twins and close-in-age siblings alike. Usable for 1 to 3 children (with a buggy board), the Donkey5 released after the Donkey 3 (there's no Donkey 4) is different from the previous generation in these features: new added ventilation parts, most prominent in the bassinet lower part; new fabric quality that is softer and water repellent, and, of course; a new color palette to choose from; and more padding with an updated padding system on the harness.
New internal - mechanical updates of the Donkey 5 include: an updated stroller frame with a bit higher (57 cm from the ground) seat/carrycot position; a renewed folding mechanism with easier-to-operate and more intuitive folding levers; and easier unfolding system that doesn't need pulling triggers anymore.
The Donkey 5 still offers reasonably low weight and a one-piece fold (if needed), even with both seats/bassinets attached. The extendable hoods protect your children individually and offer almost full protection from the sun even without a sun visor. Two extra-large viewing windows helping with ventilation are complemented with a huge storage basket that can be used with a side shopping basket/bag with a pocket with a zipper closing if the pram's used in the single mode.
You can add the bucket-type seat units to the chassis in both world- and parent-facing setup and adjust their recline by tilting as needed. The Donkey 5 also allows for a seat unit - carrycot combination (the fabrics of the carrycot have to be attached to the frame of the seat), while the seat can be in any direction. You can also pair the carrycot or the seat unit with a car seat. Alternatively, two car seats (with adapters) can be added - however, you need to bear in mind that thanks to the adapters, the width of the Donkey 5 with car seats is going to increase to a width that exceeds the standard 80 cm door width.
This stroller is available in various configurations. The Mono is designed for one child and features one chassis, a carrycot, a seat unit, and a shopping basket on the side. The Duo is for siblings with an age gap and comes with two seat frames, one set of textiles for a carrycot, and a side-shopping basket included. The Twin is designed for twins and includes two frames with two carrycot sets, a pair of seat units, and a shopping basket for the side. In addition, you can also purchase a separate Donkey 5 chassis and create any desired combination depending on your needs. Bear in mind that all the Bugaboo strollers are highly configurable, and you can update many parts (like canopies (including summer hoods with even more ventilation and new colors), wheel rim covers, leatherette cover of the push bar, etc.) over time.
The Petite&Mars Rover 2 is an end-of-2021 upgrade of the all-terrain, robust stroller system boasting a modern, rounded, robust look.
The new version boasts not only new colorways to choose from (Olive, Rose, Grey, Mint); other differences between the original P&M Rover and the Rover2 include an updated stroller frame, a more modern-looking seat unit with a higher, 22kg weight capacity, and a new changing bag.
The Rover II stays affordable, which makes it appreciated by many parents looking for a simple all-road solution within a reasonable budget. The robust chassis features a soft suspension and no maintenance, gel-filled tires with properties similar to inflatable wheels, but without the risk of a puncture. The mattress of the oval-shaped carrycot can be inclined in five positions. Moreover, the extendable bassinet canopy is well-ventilated. The seat unit also features an extendable, though slightly smaller sunhood that can be pulled all the way down or even reversed if needed.
The Rover 2 2in1 stroller system comes with aprons, a rain cover, a mosquito net, a seat liner, adapters, a changing bag, and a cup holder, and there is a possibility of a no-brand cheaper car seat (in the optional 3in1 system) or Maxi-Cosi style adapters to create a 3in1 travel system of your choice.
The Kinderkraft B-tour is a December 2021 release and a 2in1 convertible stroller with a carrycot and seat unit in one part. The advantages of the B-tour include an affordable price, large air-filled wheels with suspension, and an exceptionally spacious carrycot space long 89 cm inside. The reversible, bucket-style seat unit can be reclined by tilting and boasts a high weight limit. Both the seat and the carrycot are covered by an extendable canopy with a sun visor. The B-tour is, therefore, a simple pram as well as pushchair solution good even for bumpy roads and tall children.
The Britax Strider M is a re-imagined version of an older Strider Plus model from Britax. The end-of-2021/start-of-2022 release clocking at 10 kg (whole pushchair) is a very lightweight reversible option from birth. Compatible with a (rather basic) padded carrycot, reversible true lie-flat seat unit, and a Britax car seat, the Strider M is similar in functionality to the competing Cybex Balios S while in a design similar to the more all-terrain Britax Smile III.
Apart from the low weight, the greatest advantages of the Strider M include a high, 22kg weight capacity (a 22kg child will, however, not fit in the seat, size-wise); central and front-wheel shock-absorbers; a height-adjustable leatherette pushbar with a dirt protector; and a n easily accessible, roomy storage basket.
The Nuna trvl is a TRAVEL, compact stroller made for parents convenience. You'll find quite a few comfort features on it, such as a very easy, one-hand, semi-automatic fold; a padded seat with extra-easy, slide up & down harness; an easy magnetic buckle; a one-hand operated strap backrest recline mechanism; a one-touch click-on click-off brake activated as well as deactivated by pushing from the top; and a lot of extra ventilation on the top as well as in the rear of the canopy. Also, the trvl buggy also offers adapter-free compatibility with the Nuna Pipa car seats, which you can click right on the bumper bar.
Nuna trvl, still, stays simple, meaning that it doesn't recline fully. The seat is, therefore, not suitable for newborns or babies that didn't sit by themselves yet. To be used for traveling from birth, the only way is to pair it up with one of the Pipa line of lightweight car seats, making the trvl one of the lightest travel systems on the market. Another downside is the slightly larger size that doesn't get accepted by all airlines, so be sure to check before taking it with you as cabin luggage. A practical travel bag is included with the Nuna trvl.
The Baby Design Zoy is inspiring to be your stylish while affordable everyday pram solution. The spacious basinet, the full-featured reversible, lie-flat seat, and the car seat compatibility (Maxi-Cosi/Cybex car seat attachment compatible adapters) make it an attractive from birth solution.
The Zoy features a shaped frame that should appeal to Joolz lovers as well as for those seeking something different. An all-wheel suspension, maintenance-free rubber wheels, and accessible basket should suit any urban mum that occasionally needs to tackle some grass or bumps on the road. The Zoy can be folded with the seat world-facing, but it is, however, not the most compact fold when the seat is on. All the basic accessories are included with the Zoy stroller system, including a padded seat liner.
The Baby Design Husky XL is a 2021 update of the original Baby Design Husky. This affordable, robust stroller system ready for cold weather now sports a higher, 22kg weight capacity and a design-updated, roomier carrycot with lower ventilation.
You'll appreciate the large air-filled tires with suspension even on harsh terrain. The carrycot hood with a visor can be extended even more. It also has a pocket for small items. The seat can be reversed and reclined flat, and a seat liner is included. The backrest of the seat is tall enough to be able to handle a toddler as well.
Another advantage of the stroller is the spacious shopping basket with a compartment for the air pump that is included as well. The Husky XL is usually sold as a 2in1 stroller system with an optional car seat. The Husky comes with the Winter Pack - a footmuff, a blanket, a hand muff for the parent, and an insulated bottle cover.
The Baby Design Bueno New is an end-of-2021 update of a modern, robust though stylish stroller system. The Bueno New updates are, however, mostly in the looks area, adding new colors ans fabric styles into the mix as well as a new changing bag design.
The Bueno New pram also offers versatile functionality on different terrains thanks to the robust chassis with rubber wheels with suspension, a high - 22kg weight maximum in the seat, a bassinet with an extra-large extendable hood as well as a pocket on the apron, and a reversible, fully reclinable seat unit, also with extra pockets. Apart from that, it is compatible with a car seat to create a travel system (adapters are necessary) and features UV protection built into the fabrics. The Bueno stroller system includes a lot of accessories: rain covers, integrated mosquito nets, leg covers, a changing bag, a cup holder, a reversible seat pad, and even a winter footmuff.
The ABC Design Ping Two is a 2021 update of the original ABC Design Ping, a stylish and well-padded ultracompact stroller. Destined for travel, short trips, or as a spare stroller to keep in the car, the Ping Two got **a few updates differing it from the first generation: new colorways that include recycled options; car seat compatibility (ABC Design Hazel, Tulip, but also other brands with the Maxi-Cosi style attachment) to create a travel system; a higher, 22kg weight capacity; larger wheels; and new fabric options, including a recycled eco natural colorway.
Thanks to the extra padded seat, fully adjustable safety harness, the extendable, well-ventilated hood, the wheels with suspension, an easily accessible shopping basket, and many elaborate details, the Ping Two makes a very nice and comfy second buggy. The seat unit is spacious - even a toddler will fit thanks to the ample space to the canopy. The backrest, as well as the leg rest, can be reclined flat. The Ping Two offers a quick, one-handed fold. Once folded, you can carry the stroller by the integrated handle or in the included travel bag.
The ABC Design Avus is a minimalist, lightweight enough compact mid-sized stroller and/or a from-birth travel system thanks to its compatibility with Maxi-Cosi-style-attachments car seats. A gorgeous simplicity combined with a spacious seat with a tall backrest, as well as generous padding and a large hood, make it a very nice comfort stroller for a toddler and an urban mom. The Avus' seat only world-faces (it is not reversible), but it is fully reclinable, up to a lie-flat). Even the leg rest can be adjusted.
ABC Design Avus compatible car seats:
- ABC Design Tulip
- Cybex Aton, Aton M, Aton M i-size, Aton 5, Aton Q, Aton Q Plus, Aton Q i-size, Cloud Q, Cloud Q Plus, Cloud Z i-size
- JOIE i-Gemm
- Maxi Cosi Citi, CabrioFix, Coral, Pebble, Pebble Plus, Pebble Pro
- BeSafe iZi Go Modular X1 i-Size
The Venicci Tinum 2.0 is a full-featured, mid-size, reasonably light&compact stroller system and a 2021 second generation of the original Venicci Tinum. The difference between the Vnicci Tinum and the Tinum 2.0 is, first and foremost, in the updated carrycot. Not only has it an extra ventilation "panorama" window in the lower part, but an added sun visor is also a new feature for 2021. The fabrics were also updated, the patterns made much modern, and the bassinet's mattress is much wider and colored in grey, also with a diamond pattern stitching. A footmuff with a magnetic attachment system is included with the Tinum 2.0 seat that can now hold up to 22 kg, and the seat sports a new style of harness buckle as well. The leg rest also got an enhancement and can now be adjusted not only in height but also in length. The design of the whole system (as well as the renewed, included changing bag) is more streamlined, with a Venicci logo on the handlebar and just the symbol on the central joints and a glossy black plastic finish around the handle. The Tinum 2.0 boasts new colorways (including the premium SE collection) available.
The Tinum 2.0 can normally be bought as a 2in1 or a 3in1 from-birth system. It includes a spacious, foldable, and inclinable bassinet with a ventilation viewing window as well as the "balcony" style window, a reversible, lie-flat seat unit, and the optional car seat with Maxi-Cosi/Cybex style of attachment. A set of accessories (footmuff, rain covers, changing bag, and car seat adapters) is included with the pram set as well.
The Venicci Shadow 2.0 is a 2021 second generation of the Venicci Shadow, an elegant all-terrain model with leatherette and stitching. This robust, luxuriously-looking pram is best suitable for shorter parents as the parts sit quite low on the frame. The Shadow 2.0 differs from the first-generation Shadow mainly in the wheel area: the new rubber wheels are maintenance-free and feature new, cleaner-looking rims. The whole design of the stroller is a bit cleaner , with only minor detail tweaks and no significant functional changes. A small difference can be found in the folding system, where two pull-up levers on the push bar were changed for two push, more traditional-looking levers instead.
The Shadow 2.0 is normally offered as a 2in1 or a 3in1 from-birth system. It includes a spacious, inclinable bassinet, a reversible lie-flat seat unit, and the optional car seat with Maxi-Cosi/Cybex style of attachment (own brand or better-known car seat brands can be attached). A set of accessories (leg covers, rain covers, mosquito nets, diaper bag, cup holder, car seat adapters, and back wheels covers) is included with the stroller set as well.
The Venicci Pure 2.0 is a 2021 second generation of the original Venicci Pure. This robust, elegantly styled pram with diamond stitching is best suitable for shorter parents. The Pure 2.0 differs from the first-generation Gusto primarily in the wheel area. The renewed wheels are thinner, maintenance-free, covered with rubber, and have new, cleaner-looking, airier wheel rims. Small detail tweaks were introduced as well - magnetic closures on the apron, a more streamlined look of the seat unit, and a renewed nappy bag design. Another difference can be found in the folding system, where two pull-up levers on the push bar were changed for two push, more traditional-looking levers instead. Fewer rivets were used on the newer Pure 2.0 frame compared to the original one.
The Pure 2.0 can normally be bought as a 2in1 or a 3in1 from-birth system. It includes a roomy, foldable, and inclinable bassinet, a reversible lie-flat seat unit, and the optional car seat with Maxi-Cosi/Cybex style of attachment (a matching Venicci, or a better-known car seat brand models are compatible). A set of accessories (aprons, rain covers, mosquito nets, nappy bag, cup holder, car seat adapters, and back wheels covers) is included with the pram set as well.
The Pure 2.0 is primarily suitable for shorter, undemanding parents that need something simple and substantial for bumpy roads while hoping for an elegant look and a nice price.
The Venicci Gusto 2.0 is a 2021 second generation of the Venicci Gusto. A robust, elegantly styled pram that is best suitable for shorter parents, the Gusto 2.0 differs from the first-generation Gusto primarily in the wheel area. The renewed wheels are maintenance-free, covered in rubber, and have a new, cleaner-looking rim. The whole design of the stroller is a bit cleaner and rounder, without other significant functional changes. One small difference can be found in the folding system, where two pull-up levers on the push bar were changed for two push, more traditional-looking levers instead.
The Gusto 2.0 can normally be bought as a 2in1 or a 3in1 from-birth system. It includes a spacious, foldable, and inclinable bassinet, a reversible lie-flat seat unit, and the optional car seat with Maxi-Cosi/Cybex style of attachment. A set of accessories (aprons, rain covers, mosquito nets, mappy bag, cup holder, car seat adapters, and back wheels covers) is included with the pram set as well.
The Gusto 2.0 is mostly suitable for not-too-tall, not-too-demanding parents that need something simple while substantial for bumpy roads while hoping for an elegant look.
The Uppababy Ridge is an October 2021 release of an all-terrain jogger, enhancing the Uppababy stroller portfolio with a new type and lifestyle stroller. The three-wheeled Ridge is robust and a bit bulky, meaning it will endure even bad terrain ride or jogging. The 12" front swivel wheel will serve you while turning but offers an easy locking system for sports/running with your pushchair. An advantage is also the double built-in suspension system that will absorb shock, mainly on the rear part of the frame. All wheels are maintenance-free, forever-inflated rubber tires with deep tread. There's a set of two brakes, the central push-push style brake activated with a red pedal on one side and deactivated with a green pedal on the other, and a deceleration disk hand brake.
The world-facing-only seat boasts a nice and high seat back and enough space even for larger toddlers. The fully reclinable seat itself is usable from 3 months up for jogging from 8 months and up. To use the Ridge from birth, car seat adapters (usable also for the Uppababy bassinet) are available to pair the pushchair up with Uppababy or other know brands, creating a travel system. Fashion-conscious moms will appreciate other canopy colors ("Swatches") that can be bought extra (and you can get up to 4 colors from Uppababy for free if you're indecisive). An optional PiggyBack sibling board accessory is also available to accommodate a smaller baby and a larger child on the same stroller frame.
The miniuno Toura is a simple, affordable stroller system with a 2in1 bucket-type seat unit that can be converted into a bassinet (and the other way around). Thanks to its simplicity, the Toura is a nice-looking first pram suitable from birth until it is time for a lighter, spacious stroller.
The carrycot-to-seat convertible pramette unit is spacious as a pram but much less so as a pushchair. The stroller system will, therefore, last you a shorter time compared with a separate seat unit. The urban chassis features only mild suspension and solid rubber wheels, and the frame can only be folded after the seat/bassinet is removed. You will appreciate the higher-positioned storage basket, the adjustable push bar, and the compatibility with a dedicated car seat with adapters that can be bought as a while 3in1 travel system set. The basic set comes with a rain cover, and a footmuff included.