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Most popular single and double pushchairs for summer 2019

Silver Cross, Joie, Uppababy and other top buggy brands top parents most-looked-for lists

We’ve analysed the most popular single and double pushchair reviews on the Which? website over the past few months.

Our top 10 lists include perennial favourites from brands such as Silver Cross, iCandy and Bugaboo as well as newer launches from Joie and Babystyle.

We’ve built our chart from the top 10 most visited reviews on the Which? website between 20 Mar 2019 to 19 June 2019.

See our shortlist of the best pushchairs

Single pushchairs

Pushchairs from Joie, Uppababy and Silver Cross topped parents’ most looked-for favourites.

Joie Tourist

Joie Tourist

The lightweight Joie Tourist stroller and travel system launched this year, so it’s no surprise that it’s had a fair amount of interest.

Our first-look review noted that it’s very compact.

The manufacturer claims it can be used from birth.

Joie also claims the Tourist has a one-handed fold, a shopping basket with 4.5kg capacity and all-wheel suspension for a smoother ride.

We’re in the process of full testing this pushchair, putting it through our tough laboratory tests, and will have the results shortly, but read the first-look review of the Joie Tourist for our initial thoughts.

Uppababy Cruz 2017

Knocked off the top spot by the Joie Tourist, the Uppababy Cruz 2017 has a number of useful features, including a large shopping basket, adjustable handlebar and reversible seat unit.

It’s compatible from birth when using the optional carrycot, and the seat unit is suitable from six months or when your baby can sit up unaided.

To find out if it’s nippy, light and smooth to push on different surfaces, read the full Uppababy Cruz 2017 review.

Silver Cross Pop

The Silver Cross Pop lightweight stroller has been popular for some time now.

Silver Cross claims it’s suitable to use from birth until your child reaches 25kg, and the seat is pretty spacious.

To find out if this pushchair is easy to push on any surface, and whether it’s a breeze to fold with just one hand, read our full review of the Silver Cross Pop.


For the rest of our summer shortlist, head to our Top 10 popular pushchairs for 2019.


Double pushchairs

Mountain Buggy, Baby Jogger and Silver Cross top our list of popular double pushchairs.

Mountain Buggy Duet V3 Double

This Mountain Buggy side-by-side double pushchair is pretty compact, particularly width-wise, which is a real selling point.

The manufacturer claims it has a one-handed fold and an adjustable handlebar, all of which are popular features with parents.

At 16kg, it’s still pretty heavy compared with other double pushchairs though.

As part of our testing process we get a panel of parent users and pushchair experts to push them on pavements, sand, gravel and woodchip and provide their thoughts on whether they’re a chore to push on different terrains.

To find out how this double pushchair scored, read the full Mountain Buggy Duet V3 Double review.

Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double

To say the Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double has sticking power would be an understatement. This double pushchair has been around since 2012, and its a regular favourite on our list of most popular double pushchair reviews.

Like the Mountain Buggy Duet V3, it’s got an adjustable handlebar and lie-flatter seats. You can attach carrycots (available separately) so it’s suitable from birth but it’s not car seat compatible.

This pushchair also has a handbrake, situated on the handlebar, rather than a footbrake, which makes it easy to access.

Read the full Baby Jogger City Mini GT Double review to discover what it’s like to fold, and whether it fits inside the boot of a typical family car.

Silver Cross Coast Double

The Silver Cross Coast launched last year, and like the Silver Cross Wave Double, has proved to be a popular review for visitors to the Which? site.

The travel-system-compatible buggy has reversible seats, which are suitable from six months up to 15kg, which is about three or four years old.

With 27 possible configurations, you’ve got plenty of choice on how you want to position your children.

We ask our panel of pushchair experts to investigate how much space your kids will have when sitting in each of the seating positions, and how easy the pushchair will be to handle in each one. We also check how easy it is to switch between seat units, carrycots and car seats.

Read the full review of the Silver Cross Coast Double to find out their thoughts.


See the full list of favourite doubles in our Top 10 popular double pushchairs for 2019.


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