Summer has landed (sort of!) so we reveal the top five most popular lightweight strollers of 2016 so far.
Summer’s the perfect time to invest in a lightweight stroller if the thought of pushing your bulky travel system in the heat gives you the sweats. But which strollers are parents turning to?
Maclaren, the iconic stroller brand, has topped our Which? chart for the most popular lightweight buggy.
Joining Maclaren and Silver Cross in our top five popular lightweight buggies are two models from Chicco.
But which are really worth splashing out on and which give a boneshaking ride?
To find out visit our top five popular lightweight strollers.
Popular lightweight strollers
Here’s the full top five. Click the links below to go to the full review of each one.
1. Maclaren Volo, £120
2. Silver Cross Pop, £160
3. Maclaren Quest, £140
4. Chicco Echo, £60
5. Chicco Multiway, £100
Prices checked July 2016.
Browse all our top performing pushchairs in our pushchair Best Buys.
With summer holidays underway, you may be looking for a lightweight buggy to take away on your travels.
Designed to be lightweight and small enough to fit in the hire car boot, but robust enough to cope with all long walks on a day out sightseeing, a lightweight stroller is a good option to take on holiday, and we’ve reviewed a range that have extra special features for globetrotting parents.
- Mothercare XSS
This stroller folds down super-small, so you can take it on a plane as hand luggage and you won’t have to wait when you get off the plane.
- Baby Jogger City Mini Zip
Another stroller that folds so small it won’t take up much space in a car boot, plus it weighs less than 8kg.
- Maclaren Mark II
This retro-style buggy is incredibly light, weighing in at only 3.9.kg, making it a great choice to travel with.
- Baby Zen YoYo 2014
One of the original tiny strollers; the Baby Zen YoYo 2014 folds neatly into a hand luggage-sized package, but at £319, it’s pricey.
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