All user reviews of Peg-Pérego GT3

6 parent reviews

Really can handle any terrain

  • Suitable for any terrain - thanks to large wheels and adjustable suspension
  • Three-wheel design - despite its high weight, it is pleasant to ride and manoeuvre
  • Hand brake
  • Built-in step for sibling
  • Organizer on the handle which can be easily detached and used as a bum bag
  • Built-in hinged cup holders on both sides of the stroller
  • Positioning up to a flat lying position
  • Mesh in the canopy for ventilation
  • Huge shopping basket with folding option for better access
  • Front wheel lock with knob on the structure
  • Easy and quick folding
  • Very high quality workmanship
  • A lot of accessories included
  • Large size when folded (definitely need to have a second stroller for travel)
  • High weight
  • Short canopy (plus on ours when lying down it didn't hold tight and fell backwards)

A stroller that can really handle any terrain. The toll for this is the high weight and large dimensions after folding.

  • Comfy
  • Spacious inside
  • Easy to operate
  • Soft suspension chassis
  • Large shopping basket
  • Pram's size
  • Pram's weight
  • Short leg rest

A great stroller that can handle any terrain. Inflatable wheels on which you can choose the softness of the chassis. Sturdy construction and a large seating area for the child. Who is not used to 3 wheels, you need to get used to it a little bit, so that you do not lose the child when going out on the curb 😄. As the backrest is big enough, the leg rest could be adapted to it, but I found it short. But we have an older model that is no longer in production.

From just a bit of unevenness to real off-road, snow, and mountains, this stroller goes through everything! The only thing we couldn't get through was deep but melted snow uphill.

The seat is spacious enough, even for a three-year-old. Inclinable carrycot. So many extras - like the integrated cup holder. Super wide hood. Large basket with a high weight capacity. The handbrake was a great help. I really find this stroller very good. I had a different - four-wheeled one before, and for outdoor use, this is so much better.

As far as disadvantages go: it's large (with the Peugeot 5008 it's ok, but my Fabia was too small for it, we had to remove the front wheel, which is actually rather easy); it's on the heavier side; the three-wheeled chassis is not that stable sideways on a steeper hill.

A good pram for bad terrain


A good pram for bad terrain. It truly tackles ANYTHING.

THE stroller for every terrain

  • spacious
  • big basket
  • small bag for parent
  • seat lays flat
  • cup holders
  • higher weight

This is THE stroller for every terrain. It has everything, even for many hours of strolling - it's practical, sturdy, beautiful, so much space for the child, a sibling board, integrated drink holders, huge hood, adjustable suspension, large wheels... It's wonderful.

It is perfect for me

  • Huuuuge and spacious
  • Stable, even if it's a three-wheeler
  • Ready for any terrain, with three levels of suspension adjustment
  • Easy manipulation while pushing it as well as folding it
  • Huge shopping basket
  • Someone could mind the higher weight

I rate it as Perfect because it is perfect for me. I dont mind the higher weight. I mentioned all in the pros and cons.

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