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Which? trials the Uppababy Vista 2015 pushchair

Vista travel system update has just hit the shops

Uppababy Vista 2015

The new Uppababy Vista 2015

Uppababy’s popular pushchair has had a facelift for 2015. Uppababy says the Vista 2015’s folding, comfort and storage have all been improved so we’ve taken a closer look.

The Uppababy Vista 2015 travel system is an update of the very popular Vista pushchair.  Other than a larger basket, a simpler fold and more ergonomic seat, the other main improvements that Uppababy claims, come into play when using it as a double pushchair. 

Find out our expert’s first impressions in our Uppababy Vista 2015 pushchair first look review.

You can read our expert verdict on the original Uppababy Vista and other pushchairs from brands such as Bugaboo, iCandy or Mamas and Papas in our pushchairs reviews.

Video guide: Uppababy Vista 2015

The video below shows our preview Uppababy Vista 2015 in action –  Which? members can also visit the full Uppababy expert video review with commentary and our verdict on whether it’s worth buying.


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Video transcript

This is the Uppababy Vista 2015, an update of the Uppabay Vista, but have the change has improved it, we’ll be sending it to our Which? lab shortly, but first we’re taking it for a quick spin.

The Uppababy Vista 2015 is a travel system push-chair costing ?700 with a carry cot, car seat adapter and rain covers included. It’s undergone some improvements in it’s 2015 update and can now be converted into a double push chair for twins.

Like the previous model, the push chair can be used from birth with the include carry cot and with the seat unit the from six months to 22 kilograms which could be around five or six years old. By purchasing additional adapters for ?40 , it can be converted into a double push chair for a newborn and a child weighing up to 22kg.

Visit our reviews and log in to see our full video as well as full test results all of the push chairs we have reviewed.

The best push chairs we found are easy to use with your baby or an older child, are light weight and a dream to push carry or store while the worst a bulky heavy and annoying to use with some not being suitable for birth even if they say that they are.

When we test push chairs in our lab, we look at how easy they are to push on all types of surfaces, fold and store, as well as take on public transport or put in a boot of a small car.

We also test to see how safe and durable they are and get our parent panel should try each push chair out with their baby.

Visit our review of the Uppababy vista 2015 and log in to see our full length video as well as all of our other push chair reviews from brands such as Bugaboo to mamas and papas, Graco and Phil & Ted.

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Double pushchair: Uppababy Vista 2015

The original Vista could hold a second seat unit, known as a Rumble seat, but it didn’t recline and was only suitable for a toddler.  

Uppababy has changed this with the Vista 2015; you can buy an extra carrycot if you have twins, you can use the provided carrycot and seat unit together with the addition of £40 worth of adaptors for a newborn and older child, or you can buy the improved Rumble seat, which now has a proper recline and can be faced in either direction on the pushchair chassis to create a fully functioning double. 

There are more and more converting single to double pushchairs on the market now and we’ve reviewed lots of them including the Babystyle Oyster Max, iCandy Peach Blossom 3, Bugaboo Donkey and Baby Jogger City Select.

Which? pushchair reviews

We’ve tried out hundreds of pushchairs and our laboratory test program is based on what you’ve told us is most important to you in a buggy.  

We’ll be putting the Vista 2015 through our full tests very soon and will be assessing it on everything from how well it copes on a variety of terrains, how comfortable it is for you to use and your child to sit in, as well as carrying out full safety testing.

Our test scores are made up of a combination of laboratory experts and parent users’ results, so you can feel confident that a Best Buy pushchair will help make your life as a parent easier.

More on this…

  • Bugaboo, iCandy, Silver Cross? Visit our guide to top buggy brands
  • Looking for an infant carrier? Read our child car seat reviews
  • Want to know more about our reviews? Find out how we test pushchairs
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