All user reviews of Petite&Mars Street Premium Line

7 parent reviews

11 out of 10 for me


This stroller has an 11 out of 10 for me! I won't give it away, I won't lend it, I won't trade! 😍

  • lightweight
  • great handling
  • baby has plenty of space
  • large basket
  • large canopy
  • sturdy
  • the wheels rattle a bit, but one can get used to it :-)

Apart from a bit of rattling wheels, I am satisfied. 👌

Great choice for me

  • Folding
  • I haven't found any

The perfect pushchair. We don't have inflatable wheels (just regular ones), and they can handle the terrain in our village, in the woods, and the mountains even 🙂 Great choice for me, and a big plus that it has beautiful canopy themes - both for the boys and for the girls.

Nothing to complain about

  • all positives
  • it has none

This is the BEST STROLLER. The inflatable wheels will go over anything. We have a limited edition Homemade Rules Tattoo - a banger.

It's spacious, up to 25kg, + leg positioning, foldable - really easy to fold with one hand, lightweight. The hood is extended, I can get into the basket from the side when my daughter sleeps. Nothing to complain about. My daughter loves it.

  • light
  • nicely foldable
  • 5-point harness belts
  • easy manipulation
  • no squeaking
  • foam wheels that make me afraid to take it on nature trails

I'm happy with it. It's light, it's nimble. The canopy is waterproof. In my opinion, it is a purely urban stroller, because of the foam wheels.

  • Basic (foam) wheels can handle any terrain
  • Extendable hood
  • Nice and easy to handle
  • Very spacious
  • Premium range improved with eco leather handle and belly bar, covers of better quality and uniform colour - no fading
  • One-hand folding
  • Weight just over 9 kg, but still a bit heavy for me

Perfect, easy to handle, nice buggy 🤩. The covers have not faded even after 2 years. So the premium range was actually a bit better than the basic model.

Supposedly some Streets had defective designs, I never noticed even a tiny defect or any defect. The real plus was that the baby had plenty of room in it, even 3+ years old ❤️. With foam wheels, there was also not the slightest problem, they went anywhere. I didn't want the inflatable ones, I needed a lightweight stroller, with them it would be much heavier (what several users complained about). Weight was fine, it wasn't heavy, though, I swapped it for a comparable and even lighter one (just more expensive 🙄). It folded great with one hand, in and out of the car several times a day, no problem. The PU leather on the handle and the belly bar (on the premium line) gave it even more oomph 👌🏻.

Very reasonably priced, just a great buggy. Weight just over 9 kg very nice, only I needed a lighter one, for that the minus 1 point. But otherwise I was very satisfied ✌🏻. I recommend it.

I can get everywhere with the pushchair


I'm very happy with it, I can get everywhere with the pushchair. It is light, and for longer - even for older children. It has an opening canopy, so it protects nicely from the sun - and the canopy has a peephole, with a pocket in the back. Big basket under the stroller (can carry a lot). The downside is maybe the wheels rattling a bit (ours started to rattle slightly after 2 years, but really it was used daily, I didn't mind). But that's the wear and tear of probably all strollers, they get damaged...

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