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Graco was originally an American manufacturer of machine and car parts, but has been making baby products since the mid 1950s and selling them in Europe since 1997.

It was the first pushchair manufacturer to create a travel-system pushchair, which allows parents to attach a car seat to the pushchair frame.

Actress Amy Adams – who starred in Enchanted and The Muppets – is one of Graco’s celebrity fans. The brand is known for its affordable products – pushchairs start from less than £100 – so take a look at all our full reviews of Graco pushchairs to see if one is right for your family.

Graco reviews and Best Buys

We've tested a range of Graco pushchairs to really get to know the quality and value of the brand and its products. Take a look at our table below for essential brand information.

We test pushchairs using tough lab-based strength, durability and safety tests: these include wheeling pushchairs over 203km of bumpy track to check how durable they really are. Ergonomics experts test them in real-life situations (such as loading onto buses and into the boot of a car). Then we give them to parents to test with their children on our unique pushchair testing course, designed to replicate day-to-day use.

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Graco Evo review

This travel-system pushchair has a reversible seat and can be converted into a pram with the Graco Evo carrycot (£99), which isn't included in the price. 

See what our experts in the lab thought of this pushchair in our Graco Evo review.

Graco EVO XT

Graco EVO XT

Graco Evo XT review

This is an off-road version of the Graco Evo and is said to have a one-hand fold. The off-road wheels and long wheel base means it should be able to handle a wide range of surfaces.

But did it live up to expectation in our tests? Find out by reading our review of the Graco Evo XT.

Graco Evo Mini review 

The Graco Evo Mini is a lightweight stroller with a generous storage basket. It's suitable to be used from birth and, according to Graco, is ideal for families on the move. 

To find out how easy it is to push on pavements and bumpy surfaces, read our review of the Graco Evo Mini.   

Graco Trekke Duo review

The Graco Trekke Duo can be converted from a single all-terrain pushchair to a double by adding a secondary seat to the back. It also has a potentially handy one-handed fold mechanism.

But what did our lab experts and parent panel think of how easy it was to fold and use? See our review of the single Graco Trekke Duo to find out.

Graco Trekke Duo double review

We've also tested this model when converted to a double pushchair. Find out how easy this pushchair is to manoeuvre and fold as a double in our review of the Graco Trekke Duo double.

Graco Symbio B review

The key difference between this pushchair and its predecessor, the Graco Symbio, is the inclusion of a baby nest. This means you can use this pram from birth – the baby nest lies flat and handily converts into a pushchair to use when your baby is old enough to sit up. Take a look at our Graco Symbio B first look review to find out more.

The Graco Symbio is compatible with the Graco Logico S HP car seat and Symbio Go carrycot, but these aren’t included in the basic price.

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Graco Symbio B pushchair

Graco Quattro Tour Deluxe review

This travel system is designed for taking off-road and has an adjustable handle to suit parents of all heights. It comes with a wide range of accessories, including a soft pram body, Graco Junior Baby car seat and rain cover.

Check out our Graco Quattro Tour Deluxe review to find out whether it's worth buying.

Graco Quattro Tour Duo

This double travel-system pushchair can take two car seats and has a one-handed fold. One downside is that it’s quite long. 

Find out how the Graco Quattro Tour Duo compares with other double pushchairs in our review.

Graco Swift-fold review

This is a lightweight travel system that offers an easy one-handed 'pull up the seat to fold' mechanism, made popular by Baby Jogger pushchairs. But just how easy is this pushchair to use? 

See our Graco Swift-fold review to find out whether it's a Which? Best Buy.

Graco Mosaic One review

Suitable from birth to three years old, this travel-system pushchair comes with a number of useful features, such as a large shopping basket. 

We put this pushchair to the test in our labs, so find out how we rated the Graco Mosaic One.

Graco Stadium Duo

Graco Stadium Duo

Graco Stadium Duo review

This pushchair is suitable for twins from six months, or a toddler and a newborn baby. Like most tandem doubles it's long, and it’s rather bulky when folded.

Check out our Graco Stadium Duo review to see whether this double pushchair will be suitable for your family.

Graco Mirage review

This travel-system pushchair comes supplied with a Junior Baby car seat containing a newborn head support. It's claimed to be suitable from birth up to three years. 

See what we thought of the Graco Mirage, including how easy this budget travel-system pushchair is to manoeuvre and fold.

How we review Graco pushchairs

Our experts in the Which? test lab put each Graco 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, fold, and adjust for children of different ages. 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’s seat fabric.

The final part of our testing involves a panel of parents (and their babies), who rate the features of the pushchair. They take each model for a spin to see how easy and convenient it is to manoeuvre on pavements, bumpy ground, up and down stairs and around obstacles.

You can find out more about how we test pushchairs and read customer views from parents who already own each model in our full pushchair reviews.

How much does a Graco pushchair cost?

Expect to pay from around £80 for a Graco Mosaic One, to around £300 for a Graco Symbio B, without the carry cot or car seat.

If you’re prepared to buy second-hand, prices on eBay (checked December 2014) average:

  • £110 for the Graco Trekko Duo, which is £249 new (we found prices ranging from £50 to £200, depending on the condition, colour and the accessories included).
  • £150 for the Graco Symbio B (we found prices ranging from £80 to £250, depending on the condition, colour and the accessories included).

Before you buy, read our advice on buying second-hand baby products.

Where to buy Graco pushchairs

Many big chain stores sell Graco pushchairs, including Argos, Babies R Us and Boots.

You can also buy Graco buggies from independent pushchair retailers and nursery websites.

Check out our guide to see the customer scores for the biggest online retailers, as well as how to get the best baby deals.

Graco pushchair warranty

All Graco pushchairs are guaranteed for six months against manufacturing defects. Some retailers may offer a longer warranty.

Contact Graco

Website: www.graco.co.uk
Email: graco.info@newellco.com
Phone number: 0844 412 1212
Address: Graco UK & Ireland, Halifax Avenue, Fradley Park, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS13 8SS

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