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Maxi-Cosi pushchairs

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Maxi-Cosi pushchairs

Makers of popular car seats, find out all about Maxi-Cosi pushchairs - including how they did in our tests - below.

Maxi-Cosi was originally a car seat manufacturer, but it has gone on to also become a popular buggy brand, and the first to introduce the 3-in-1 travel system concept. 

If you like the idea of a travel-system pushchair, you might want to consider a Maxi-Cosi, as many of its pushchairs are compatible with popular Maxi Cosi car seats

Maxi-Cosi prides itself on producing pushchairs that are adaptable and designed to make your life as a parent easier, no matter where you're going. 

To find out how Maxi-Cosi strollers have done in our rigorous testing, read all of our Maxi-Cosi pushchair reviews.

What's a typical Maxi-Cosi pushchair like?

Take a look at the table below to get an overview of how Maxi-Cosi pushchairs have done in our tests, including the customer scores given by parents who've used these pushchairs, and pros and cons of the brand.   

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1 Based on models tested and available June 2016

The Maxi-Cosi Stella, Streety Plus, Elea and Mura Plus are all compatible with the well-known Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix and Pebble car seats.

If you're thinking of buying one, read our child car seat reviews to see how these seats scored in our safety and usability tests. We test car seats more stringently than the current UK ECE R44/04 standard requires, including crash tests at 40mph as opposed to 30mph, and a side-impact crash. 

We've found big differences between a good car seat and a bad one, so take a look at our reviews to find the safest one, and to avoid our Don't Buy child car seats.

Maxi-Cosi Mura Plus, Maxi-Cosi Streety Plus, Maxi-Cosi Elea

Maxi-Cosi Stella review

At 55cm, the Maxi Cosi Stella is particularly narrow for an all terrain travel system, which could make it ideal for both city dwelling and country walking.

Find out whether this pushchair impressed in our tests – head to the full Maxi Cosi Stella review.

Maxi-Cosi Mura Plus review   

The Mura Plus is an updated version of the Mura 3. Maxi-Cosi says it has been designed for all-terrain use, so it could be right for you if you like to go exploring outdoors with your little one. 

But how does it feel for you and your baby on bumpy pavements, grass and rough ground? Is it a dream to push or difficult to handle? Read our review of the Maxi-Cosi Mura Plus to find out.

How much does a Maxi-Cosi pushchair cost?

Maxi-Cosi pushchairs range form about £250-£350 for just the pushchair, excluding any extras such as car seats. 

If you're prepared to go for second-hand, you could get a bundle pack for under £200.

Before you buy, see our guide to buying second-hand pushchairs to find out what you should look out for.

How we review Maxi-Cosi pushchairs 

Our experts in the test lab put each Maxi-Cosi 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 whether 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.

You can find out more about how we test pushchairs, and compare customer scores for each buggy brand, in our Best Buy pushchairs.

Where to buy Maxi-Cosi pushchairs 

Maxi-Cosi pushchairs are quite widely available. You can buy them from Mothercare and Argos stores across the UK, as well as online retailers such as Amazon. They are also available in a number of independent shops. 

Maxi-Cosi warranty   

All Maxi-Cosi products come with a two-year warranty. You can check the terms and conditions on the website, where you can also register your product. 

Contact Maxi-Cosi 

Website: maxi-cosi.co.uk
Phone number: 01284 413141
Address: Dorel UK Customer Service Dept, Unit 1 Saxham Business Park, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP28 6RX

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