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Baby Jogger pushchairs
If you're an active urban parent, you might be considering a Baby Jogger pushchair. See how they have fared in our tests before you buy.
The Baby Jogger pushchair brand was the first to invent the three-wheeled pushchair, ideal for those who like to get out and about with their baby – although, none of its pushchairs are intended for jogging with.
While a number of its pushchairs are all-terrain, which means they should have no trouble on all sorts of rough ground, the brand is more aligned with city dwellers living in an 'urban jungle'.
Browse all of our Baby Jogger pushchair reviews to find out if any are Best Buys, and how popular models including the Baby Jogger City Select stroller got on.
What is a typical Baby Jogger pushchair like?
We've tested 13 Baby Jogger pushchairs, but how well do they do in our labs and with our parent panel? Take a look at the table below to see the average score of a Baby Jogger, and how many are Best Buys or Don't Buys, as well as the pros and cons.
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1 Based on all models tested and still available in August 2018
Baby Jogger reviews and Best Buys
Primarily, Baby Jogger pushchairs are designed for those living in the city, who like to get out and keep active. The company makes a number of three-wheel pushchairs, such as the popular Baby Jogger City Mini.
Baby Jogger also makes both single and double versions of some of its pushchairs, including the Baby Jogger City Select and Baby Jogger City Select double.
The Quick-Fold mechanism, designed to allow you to fold the pushchair in one movement, is unique to this brand. Baby Jogger pushchairs are also designed to be light and sleek.
From left: Baby Jogger Vue, baby Jogger City Lite, Baby Jogger City Mini 4 Wheel
Baby Jogger City Tour 2 review
The Baby Jogger City Tour 2 is lightweight and super-small. This version has a redesigned hood, an adjustable calf rest, and a one-handed fold, plus it can now be used with a carrycot and a baby car seat to make it travel-system compatible. It doesn't have a reversible seat that can be changed to face you, though.
But does the super compact fold feature make it a Best Buy? Find out in our review of the Baby Jogger City Tour 2.
Baby Jogger City Select Lux review
This stylish travel system by Baby Jogger can be converted from a single to a double pushchair for when your family grows. It can be used with a baby car seat, and Baby Jogger say the fold is 30% smaller than the Baby Jogger City Select.
Find out if this single to double pushchair is the one to pick. Read our review of the Baby Jogger City Select Lux review.
Baby Jogger Vue review
The Baby Jogger Vue is a revolutionary pushchair, as it has a reversible seat that can be changed to face you or the outside world – something most strollers can't do. It's also a travel system, so can be used from birth with a compatible car seat.
But does this unique feature make it a Best Buy? Find out in our review of the Baby Jogger Vue.
Baby Jogger City Mini 3-wheel review
The Baby Jogger City Mini, the first in the City Mini range, is a three-wheeled travel system that's compatible with 14 types of car seat and comes in four colours.
It may look stylish, but how easy is it to use on rough terrain and in town? See our review of the Baby Jogger City Mini 3 to find out.
Baby Jogger City Mini 4-wheel review
Aimed more at those living in the city, the Baby Jogger City Mini 4-wheel pushchair, which comes in a single or a double version, is for running errands in the 'city jungle'.
We've tested the Baby Jogger City Mini 4, so take a look at our review to find out how good it is to use on typical city terrain and public transport.
Baby Jogger City Mini GT review
A fairly compact all-terrain pushchair, the Baby Jogger City Mini GT takes a lot of the characteristics of its predecessor, the Baby Jogger City Mini, and has added an adjustable hand brake, handlebar and air tyres.
But do these new addition make the pushchair a Best Buy? Find out in our review of the Baby Jogger City Mini GT.
Baby Jogger City Mini GT double review
A double version of the Baby Jogger City Mini GT, which doesn't have the unique one-handed folding mechanism of other Baby Joggers.
Does this impact on how easy this pushchair is to use? Read our review of the Baby Jogger City Mini GT double to find out.
Baby Jogger City Mini Zip review
As its name suggests, this is a compact little city stroller, and its main selling point is a tiny fold size - it could be great if space is tight.
It's still pretty pricey, though, and some smaller strollers give a bumpy ride. Find out if this is the case with our Baby Jogger City Mini Zip review.
Baby Jogger City Select review
The Baby Jogger Select is a single four-wheeled travel-system pushchair, that can be converted into a double when bought, or at a later stage.
Find out what we thought of the Baby Jogger City Select.
Baby Jogger City Select double review
As a double pushchair, the Baby Jogger City Select can be put in 16 different combinations by interchanging the top and bottom seat with carrycots or car seats, facing both forwards and backwards.
Does this versatility mean it's worthy of being made a Best Buy? Read our review of the Baby Jogger City Select double to find out.
How do we review Baby Jogger pushchairs?
We put each Baby Jogger pushchair through more than 30 tests to check its strength, durability and safety in line with British standards including checking for finger traps or choking hazards.
We assess how easy the pushchair is to push, adjust for children of different ages and fold up. We also assess suitability for public transport and test to see if there's space left in the boot of a standard family car once the pushchair is in there.
The final part of our testing involves a panel of parents (and their babies), who rate the appearance and features of the pushchair. They take each model for a spin to see how easy and convenient it is to manoeuvre on pavements, bumpy ground, up and down stairs and around other obstacles.
Find out which models topped our tests and are Best Buy pushchairs.
How much does a Baby Jogger pushchair cost?
Expect to pay from around £150 for a Baby Jogger single pushchair and anywhere up to £700 for a double buggy. Average price of all the models we've tested works out at around £400. Don't forget to budget for any extras you may need, such as a carrycot or baby car seat.
If you’re set on a Baby Jogger pushchair, then you may be able to bag a bargain on Ebay or Shpock.
Read our advice guide on buying second-hand baby products before you buy.
Where to buy Baby Jogger pushchairs
Baby Jogger pushchairs are sold at a number of high street shops, including Babies R Us, John Lewis and Mothercare, as well as small, independent companies. You can also buy them online from stores such as Amazon. But if you're buying online, we recommend popping into a store first to try out the pushchair.
You can search for a stockist in your area by visiting their website at babyjogger.co.uk/store_locator/.
Baby Jogger pushchair warranty
Baby Jogger gives its pushchair frames a lifetime guarantee against manufacturer defect, which could include broken welds or frame tube damage.
All soft materials and other elements are warranted for one year from the date of purchase. Proof of purchase will be needed to claim.
The City Life and the Vue are excluded from the lifetime warranty. The frame on both of these is covered by a one-year warranty, instead.
Contact Baby Jogger
Phone number: 0161 335 2508