Top 10 most popular pushchairs revealedSilver Cross Pioneer a new entrant into the top 10
13 January 2015
Got a baby on the way and a pressing pushchair decision to make? We've rounded up the most-read pushchair reviews on the which.co.uk website for the last six months, and put them into a handy top 10.
More than 150,000 people viewed our pushchair reviews between June and December last year, and while big brands such as Bugaboo, Quinny and iCandy still hold firm places in the top 10 most-read reviews, the surprising omission of Silver Cross has been rectified – with the Silver Cross Pioneer pushchair heading straight in to 6th position in the most-read reviews.
Popularity, of course, doesn't always equal quality. To find out which of these popular reviews are Best Buys, head straight to our pushchair reviews where we'll reveal all, so you can get buying with confidence.
Most popular pushchairs
The Mothercare Orb, with its unique one-hand rotating twist and lift handle, has jumped up to 4th most-read review from it's entry point at 10th, knocking the Bugaboo Cameleon 3 down to 5th.
Silver Cross Pioneer travel system is a new entrant into our most-read reviews list in 6th, while the iCandy Peach pushchair drops out of the list completely. iCandy is still represented by the Strawberry, which drops down to 8th.
Our 10 most-read pushchair reviews between June and December 2014 are listed below, with typical prices.
Click the individual links below to read in-depth test reviews of each model, or see a detailed overview and compare looks in our colourful 10 most popular pushchairs gallery.
- Babystyle Oyster, £220
- Uppababy Vista, £630
- Mothercare Xpedior, £250
- Mothercare Orb, £400
- Bugaboo Cameleon 3, £729
- Silver Cross Pioneer, £570
- Uppababy Cruz, £370
- iCandy Strawberry, £450
- Quinny Buzz 3, £300
- Bugaboo Bee, £395
Prices checked December 2014.
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To become a Which? Best Buy, single pushchairs must score at least 76% overall in our tests and double pushchairs must score at least 70% overall.