The Quinny Buzz Xtra 2.0 (appx. $399) unfolds with very little effort and boasts multiple adjustment points for positioning babies exactly where you want them, though many of those buttons and levers are both difficult to learn and a little frustrating to operate.
While the Bumbleride Indie (about $555) may not have the same maneuverability of some other three-wheeled options out there, at least you'll be able to choose from among seven attractive color combinations, giving you flexibility in its appearance.
Few things can be more difficult that traveling on an airplane with a very small child, but the Babyzen Yoyo+ (around $499) endeavors to make that journey a little easier by conveniently collapsing down to a size that is allowed in most overhead compartments.
The Uppababy Cruz (around $549) is available in one of five attractive colors, each of which comes with a reflective silver canopy extension designed to shield your little one from excessive sun or rain while also making both of you more visible to drivers.
The light brown crosshatched leather finish on the handle and bumper bars of the Mamas & Papas Urbo² (around $670) offsets the deep navy of the seat and canopy to provide an eye-catching touch of elegance, though there are some areas of this model that could use more detailing.
Parents with a penchant for the European look will certainly appreciate the design behind the Hot Mom 3-In-1 Carriage (about $559), as it would fit in on the streets of Milan as readily as it would at your neighborhood park. Its layout is highly customizable.
The Bob Revolution Flex Jogging (appx. $500) is one of the most highly maneuverable options on the market, with a somewhat smaller front wheel than the two at the back. That configuration pitches it ever-so-slightly forward and gives you tremendous control.
If you have kids that suffer from a physical condition that doesn't quite require a wheelchair, or if your children are abnormally tall for their age, the spacious Baby Jogger Freedom (about $866) will be all the transportation help they need.
The Baby Jogger City Mini GT Single (appx. $252) is designed to give your baby a smooth ride, even if the pavement along your favorite jogging route is less than ideal. That's thanks to it all-terrain tires and the suspension system installed at its front wheel.
Parents who want to attain the look of high class without sacrificing practicality will love the Austlen Baby Co. Entourage (about $849) which boasts both an enormous lower cargo container and a detachable bag for all your baby essentials.
Great choice for grocery store trips
Expands outward to hold even more
Frame is made of anodized aluminum
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