All user reviews of Petite&Mars Street+

6 parent reviews

Comfort, design and price were the main reasons to buy this stroller. The possibility to choose the colour of the footmuff and the canopy are the icing on the cake. I am definitely satisfied, I use this stroller in the city, to the doctor, or for small trips - since I have a small Skoda Fabia, it does not take up the whole trunk. Satisfaction ❤❤❤❤❤

Really roomy for any child

  • Compact
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Swappable hoods
  • Roomy
  • None

Compact, easy to push, hoods can be swapped as you please 🙃 And really roomy for any child - even the leg rest.

Recommended for any age

  • Room in the seat
  • Sturdy frame
  • Large hood
  • Not the smallest

Sper spacious and goes over any terrain we've met. Recommended for any age.

Fine for the price

  • strap recline
  • fabric getting in the seat
  • spacious
  • good value for the money

I am not a fan of the strap recline/incline; it is rather hard to put the child back to a sitting position (I need 3 hands). I also am not fond of the fabric of the rear side getting into the seat space when adjusting the seat to a sitting position. Otherwise it’s fine for the price - spacious and with a large hood.

  • sturdy lightweight frame
  • canopy colors to choose from (and you may swap 'em)
  • incredibly spacious
  • very affordable
  • the EVA foam wheels are not that much all-terrain - I'd go for the air-filled wheels
  • canopy a bit creased at the beginning
  • I'd like more breathable fabrics overall
  • no travel system option, pushchair only

I wasn't expecting it to be that nice and sturdy. It is, however, a bit bulky cause of that. The space in the seat is truly incredible and fits even a 4yo. I like the canopy color choices.

  • Design
  • Price
  • Space
  • Air-filled wheels (highly recommended)
  • Could be more compact

I had the P&M Street+ Air, and I highly recommend it. The spacious, lie-flat seat, the huge hood that you can swap (we had one of the Limited 100 editions, and there's always only a hundred of the design in the whole world), and the savvy-mom budget-friendly price.

An ideal second stroller to have after a full-sized pram - if you don't need something ultra-small, that is. It is not the most compact forward-facing pushchair.

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