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Which? reveals latest top 10 popular pushchairs

Uppababy pushchairs chart, Mothercare still on top

Uppababy Vista 2015

The new Uppababy Vista 2015

Uppababy Vista and the Cruz have jumped straight into our top 10 most popular pushchairs chart. 

The latest pushchairs from Uppababy are clearly in demand, but not even a complete revamp of the popular Uppababy Vista could topple the Mothercare Orb from it’s number one position in our top 10. It’s been our most viewed pushchair review since March 2015.

But are these popular pushchairs any good? These buggies from Uppababy and Mothercare might be the brands parents have been searching for here at Which? over the past three months, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they are the best pushchairs when it comes to performance, durability and ease of use.  

Our unique reviews combine pushchair durability tests, safety tests and assessments, with trials carried out by parents and children. Our experts and parent-testers scrutinise each pushchair so you can avoid a costly mistake. 

Find out which pushchairs are really worth parting with your cash for in the Which? pushchairs reviews.

Top 10 pushchairs

Head over to our 10 most popular pushchairs gallery if you prefer to pick your pushchair based on looks, or click on the links below to read in-depth test reviews of each model included in our top 10 popular pushchairs list. 

1. Mothercare Orb, £275

2. Bugaboo Cameleon 3, £875

3. Baby Jogger City Mini GT, £350

4. Uppababy Vista 2015, £630

5. Silver Cross Pioneer, £695

6. Uppababy Cruz 2015, £450

7. BabyStyle Oyster 2, £299

8. Maclaren Quest, £179

9. iCandy Strawberry 2, £550

10. Mothercare Xpedior, £125

Prices checked October 2015.

Pushchair rolling road

We strap each pushchair to a lumpy, bumpy treadmill, fully loaded and pushed for 206km (that’s London to Birmingham!)

How we test pushchairs

The best pushchairs sail through safety tests and survive durability testing. They’re also easy to use on a daily basis and will provide a comfortable ride for your smallest passenger. A good pushchair will be a walk in the park to use, while poor designs and pointless features are quickly identified by our experienced testers.

Our pushchair reviews answer common questions like:

  • Is the seat comfortable?
  • What’s the pushchair like to push?
  • Is it easy to fold and store the pushchair?
  • Is there anything I should watch out for?
  • Should I buy it?

Find out which we rate as pushchair Best Buys.

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