If you need a new pushchair for the new year, we've recently tested a range of models from popular high-end brands including Bugaboo, Cybex and Silver Cross.
This travel-system-compatible pram and pushchair was updated last year with new wheels, lighter tyres and chrome detailing. It's also lighter overall.
It's got plenty of features that parents like, including a reversible seat, large shopping basket and adjustable seat recline and leg rest.
This is a single-to-double pushchair designed for families with plans to grow. Like other Silver Cross pushchairs, it comes with a carrycot as part of the price bundle, but additional seats and carrycots are extra.
As with the Pioneer, it was relaunched last year with a lighter chassis and updated seat unit and wheels. It can take a range of different attachments (seat unit, carrycot and car seat) in various configurations to suit the user.
When we tested the original Wave in 2017, the pushchair was a Don't Buy in double mode because the handlebar broke, but it passed all the safety tests as a single pushchair.
For parents wanting a lightweight pushchair that's travel-system-compatible, the Melio Carbon could be worth considering.
The manufacturer claims the seat unit reclines far enough to make it suitable from birth (check our review for confirmation of this), which means you could forgo the compatible carrycot (RRP £180).
The Twist in the name refers to the fact that parents can twist the seat to face them or the world, without removing it from the chassis and using just one hand.
Like the Melio, the Eezy S Twist is claimed to be suitable from birth thanks to the reclining seat back, but you can also attach a separate carrycot, cocoon and/or car seat if needed.
The head-turning Bugaboo Bee 6 is the latest iteration of this popular model. Updates include a bigger sun canopy, larger wheels and different seat fabric.
It's marketed as an urban pushchair and has a range of features including a one-handed fold and seat recline, adjustable handlebar and travel-system compatibility. Our testing checks whether a pushchair has all these features, and includes a panel of parents who try out mechanisms such as the fold or seat recline to see if they really can be done one-handed.
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