The easiest stroller from babies to big toddlers to kids with special needs
6 September 2012
Summary: I've been very happy with this stroller. The Elite is a higher price point than the other Baby Jogger models but it is worth it. I bought it since our other stroller was recalled and we really needed a stroller with a higher weight limit. The Elite goes up to 75 lbs. This is perfect for all ages including big toddlers/preschoolers or children with special needs as this is much less expensive than other special needs strollers with similar features.
Summary: This stroller is great! It is sturdy, my baby loves travelling in it. Love the one handed, compact fold. Turns on a dime! Ok, so I do wish the basket was a little larger and I am a little concerned when my 7 year old pushes it because she sometimes leans on the handle bars which causes the stroller to almost tip back. Already took it on a hike through the woods and it was not a problem for either myself or the baby!
Summary: LOVE the AMAZING one handed one step fold simply lift strap on seat and folds in half. Super large canopy with window and option to let air vent on both sides. almost full recline very simple to do. nice tires with very shiney rims. option for wheel to lock or swivel. adjustable handle. parent handlebar console with lots of pockets. mounting brackets to add bumper bar, tray or additional child seat thats awesome!
Summary: After many strollers, and much research I decided on the City Elite. It's the best stroller I've ever used. Lots of room, baby sits up where he can see everything, which keeps him content. Lots of storage, in fact so much that I keep finding another storage area each time I use the stroller.I love the canopy! It almost covers the entire baby. The only area left exposed is from the lower leg down. Pushing it is effortless, and making tight turns is no problem at all.
Summary: This stroller has some of the best features anywhere. The one pull breakdown feature is unbelievable. I also love the bigger air filled tires, which really make bumpy walks and rough terrain, much easier to take. I would highly recommend this to anyone.
Summary: This stroller is nearly perfect. It rolls like a dream, and the mechanism for collapsing the stroller is the best I've ever seen. The baby loves riding in the thing, and there's no feature we would want that isn't included. In short, highly recommended!
Summary: Very easy to maneuver. Lots of places to store things. My toddler sits more upright and can see. Still waiting for my child tray which will make it even better. I had the Schwinn prior and after some heavy use it fell apart. This seems to be a nice step up in quality and style. It is a little shorter in the wheel base so it turns easier. I liked the Schwinn, I love the City ELite. Company was also easy to deal with and shipped it right away.
Summary: We LOVE the Baby Jogger City Elite stroller and would highly recommend it! We did a lot of research on all-terrain strollers that are good for the City. We wanted a stroller with big wheels that could easily handle all the bumpy cobblestones in our neighborhood and go off-road in the park. This stroller is like an SUV it goes over bumps, curbs, grass, etc, very smoothly and is super-easy to push.
Summary: After using a Bugaboo Frog in New York City for 2 1/2 years, I unexpectedly found myself in the market for another stroller when my son reached the weight maximum for the Frog (40 lbs). I began looking for an all terrain urban stroller that would be 1) easy to push and navigate around New York City and 2) able to accomodate a 40 lb./38 inch tall toddler.