Popular pushchairs: top 10 gallery
- The most popular pushchairs with mums and dads
- Big brands including iCandy, Quinny, Silver Cross and Bugaboo
- Find out which iconic pushchairs are Best Buys
Popular pushchairs 2012
We've reviewed more than 180 pushchairs, lab testing each for safety and durability and assessing comfort and usability with our parent panel to help you find the best model for you and your baby. Here we've rounded up the most popular pushchairs we've reviewed in the last year (based on what parents have been looking at on our website).
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Top 10 pushchairs
Find out how each of these pushchairs scored for durability, usability and safety in our pushchair reviews.
1. Babystyle Oyster
The Babystyle Oyster pushchair can be used as a travel system, provided you also buy a compatible car seat. There are 13 colour options and a silver or black chassis to choose from, so you can change the look of this pushchair to suit your style.
Read our full review of the Babystyle Oyster.
2. Uppababy Vista
The Uppababy Vista can be used from birth as it comes with a carry cot, which is included in the price. The large storage basket gives it plenty of practical appeal.
Read our full review of the Uppababy Vista.
3. Mamas & Papas Sola
This travel system pushchair can be used with the Sola carrycot (£129) for newborn babies and is compatible with the Cybex Aton or Primo Viaggio car seat.
Read our full review of the Mamas & Papas Sola.
4. Bugaboo Cameleon
It's getting on a bit now, but the perennially fashionable Bugaboo Cameleon is still a popular choice with parents. Bugaboo now offers regular limited edition models of the Cameleon in on-trend colours and designs.
UPDATE: This has now been replaced by the newest Bugaboo Cameleon 3. Read our full review of the Bugaboo Cameleon 3.
5. iCandy Strawberry
This is one of the first travel-system pushchairs that can be folded with the seat facing forwards or facing the parent. It can be used as a pram for newborns if you buy the compatible carrycot.
Read our full review of the iCandy Strawberry.
6. Quinny Buzz
Another pushchair that's been around for a while, the Quinny Buzz is available in three and four-wheeled versions - but which is better?
Read our reviews of the Quinny Buzz 3 and Quinny Buzz 4 to find out.
7. Silver Cross Surf
The Surf is one of Silver Cross's more recent releases - a sturdy buggy that can be used as a travel system if you buy the compatible child car seat.
Read our full review of the Silver Cross Surf.
8. Bugaboo Donkey
The Donkey can be used as a single pushchair with a large shopping basket, or as a double pushchair - you can choose to attach a seat, carrycot or car seat on either side, and these can be positioned to face forwards or facing the parent.
9. Bugaboo Bee
The Bugaboo Bee is available in an range of frequently updated eye-catching colours including hot pink, bright yellow and royal blue.
Read our full review of the Bugaboo Bee.
10. Silver Cross 3D pram system
The seat can be changed into a pram-style body for newborn babies to lie flat in - something that set it apart from many other models when it was first released.
Read our full review of the Silver Cross 3D pram system.
Which? tests pushchairs
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Our tests involve a range of rigorous safety and performance assessments, as well as asking a team of parents and children to give their hands-on feedback.