Top buggy brands Chicco pushchairs
Italian brand Chicco has 50 years’ experience in manufacturing children’s products and its buggies are sold in 120 countries.
The brand also funds the Chicco Observatory - a research centre focusing on the development of children.
Our Chicco i-Move and Chicco Together video reviews show you a couple of Chicco pushchairs in action, and our full reviews of Chicco pushchairs give you a great idea of how they perform with everyday obstacles that mums and dads might face.
What is a typical Chicco pushchair like?
Take a look at our brand table to find out essential information on how Chicco pushchairs did in our testing.
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Chicco pushchairs come with a black or silver frame. Fabrics are practical, hard wearing and come in a variety of cheerful colours. Some are travel-system pushchairs compatible with carrycots and child car seats.
Most Chicco buggies look similar and have an umbrella-fold mechanism (where the pushchair remains the same length but its width reduces when folded, like an umbrella).
Not sure what type of pushchair you need? Take a look at our interactive pushchair choosing tool to help you decide.
How much does a Chicco pushchair cost?
Affordable prices make Chicco pushchairs a popular choice among budget-conscious parents. Newer models with extra features cost more.
Expect to pay from around £70 for a Chicco Snappy to around £500 for a Chicco i-Move.
If you’re prepared to buy second-hand, prices on eBay (checked May 2013) average:
- £410 for the Chicco i-Move (we found prices ranged from £240 to £580, depending on the condition and accessories included)
- £80 for the Chicco Lite Way (we found prices ranged from £20 to £140, depending on the condition and accessories included).
Read our advice on buying second-hand baby products before you buy.
How we review Chicco pushchairs
Our experts in the test lab put each Chicco pushchair through more than 30 tests to check its strength, durability and safety in line with British standards.
We assess how easy the pushchair is to push, adjust for children of different ages and fold up. We also test whether it will fit unfolded on an escalator and on public transport, or folded in the boot of a small family car. We even find out how easy it is to remove food stains from the pushchair fabric.
The final part of our testing involves a panel of parents (and their babies), who rate the features of the pushchair and take it for a spin to see how easy and convenient it is to manoeuvre on pavements and bumpy ground, up and down stairs and around other obstacles.
You can find out more about how we test pushchairs and read customer views from parents who already own each pushchair in our full pushchair reviews.
Chicco i-Move review
The Chicco i-Move is a futuristic-looking travel-system pushchair with a seat that revolves to makes it easy to switch from parent-facing to forward-facing.
Chicco Enjoy Fun review
This lightweight travel system pushchair comes with a carrycot and car seat. Check out our Chicco Enjoy Fun review to find out how we rate this buggy, and read views from parents who already own it.
Chicco Nunu review
Another travel-system buggy, this model can be converted into a parent-facing pram-style pushchair by changing the direction of the hood and adding a soft pram-body attachment. Read our full review of the Chicco Nunu pushchair.
Chicco Together review
The Together pushchair is the first tandem pushchair (one seat behind another) that Chicco has released in the UK, having previously focused on twin (side-by-side) double pushchairs.
Check out our first look Chicco Together video review to find out what we thought of this twin pushchair and to see it in action.
Chicco Today review
The Chicco Today is a good-value lightweight travel-system pushchair that comes with the Chicco Key Fit 0+ car seat.Read about our first impressions of the Chicco Today pushchair.
Chicco Multiway review
The Multiway is a sturdy pushchair, suitable for babies from birth right up to children of toddler age. It comes equipped with a cup holder, rain cover, hood with viewing window and footmuff. Which? members can check out our full Chicco Multiway review to see how it fared in our tests and read the views of parents who already own this pushchair.
Chicco Lite Way and Lite Way Top reviews
These basic lightweight pushchairs have handy storage baskets that convert into a backpack, but how did they score in our tests? Check out our Chicco Lite Way Top and Chicco Lite Way reviews to find out.
Chicco Echo review
The Chicco Echo is a basic buggy, ideal for keeping in the car. Check out our full Chicco Echo review to find out how easy it is to manoeuvre and fold, and how it rates for comfort and quality.
Where to buy Chicco pushchairs
Chicco pushchairs are available from shops including Argos, Babies R Us, Kiddicare and Mothercare.
You can search for retailers in your local area on the Chicco website.
Read our guide to the best websites for buying baby products to find out which ones we rate the best.
Chicco pushchair warranty
Chicco offers a two-year warranty for its buggies, although retailers may extend it.
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