Bugaboo has achieved the highest customer satisfaction score from pushchair owners in a new survey by Which?.
Which? members can now get a unique insight into how owners rate their pushchair brand, based on a survey of over 1,000 parents.
Browse all our Bugaboo pushchairs reviews.
As well as revealing that Bugaboo is parents’ best-loved pushchair brand, our new pushchair owners’ views page details customer scores for the 13 other biggest pushchair brands, including Graco, Phil and Teds, Maclaren, Silver Cross, Quinny, Mothercare and Mamas & Papas.
Which? home editor Liz Edwards comments: ‘There are plenty of things to think about when choosing the right pushchair for you and your baby, and often friends’ recommendations can be helpful.
‘But instead of taking advice from just one friend, you can now use our pushchair satisfaction data to get a unique insight into pushchair brands based on the experiences of more than 1,000 parents.’
Which? members can log in to see the full scores on our new pushchair owners’ views page . If you’re not a member, you can try Which? for £1 and get instant access to all our product reviews and ratings.
Pushchair survey results
In January 2011, we surveyed 1,005 parents with children under three years old to find out how satisfied they were with their pushchair(s), and whether they would recommend their pushchair brand to a friend.
Bugaboo achieved an impressive 77% score from its customers, while the least popular brands scored a poor 53%.
The Which? customer score is a combination of overall satisfaction and how likely a product owner says they are to recommend that brand to a friend. To receive a Which? customer score, brands must have a minimum of 30 owners in our survey.
See how well Bugaboo pushchairs and more than 150 other pushchairs have performed in our tough tests, plus what our parent panel testers thought of them, by visiting our full pushchair reviews.
Here we rate each pushchair on a wide variety of criteria, including comfort to push, handling quality, ease of folding and ease of using on public transport.
Bugaboo may get a high customer score, but its pushchairs don’t come cheap. What do you think of expensive pushchairs? Is it worth splashing out over £1,000 for a posh buggy? Join the debate on Which? Conversation.