Summary: I love everything about this stroller except the seats. There is no frame on the seat back. "Adjustment" to sit up is a web belt you shorten behind the seat back. Grand daughters didn't notice tho. Good storage on bottom, has divider but plenty big for 2 backpacks. Super easy folding, a little awkward, but doable for one person to get in trunk. Tall handlebar w/small covered storage and 2 cup holders. No tray for kids drinks, snacks.
Summary: As a birthday gift to myself, I was so excited to purchase this stroller for my 16 month old to take with us to Disney World. Unfortunately, the child's tray was damaged during shipping so I contacted Baby Trend's "Parts and Repair" Department and, needless to say, they were less than helpful.
Summary: I wish this stroller would have a hand brake so I would not be afraid of holding the stroller going down a hill. I also would prefer to have a hand device next to the handle to release or fix the front wheel. This stroller would be better if the handle could be adjusted to different positions.
Summary: This travel system is easy to navigate but a bit shaky (side to side). The car seat also seems really small in comparison to some other car seats that can comfortably extend with your child. The basket is also fairly limited in size so that is something else to consider. I think that if you are planning on light trips this travel system works but keep in mind the additional expenses you might have to get in the future (ex.
Summary: Purchased this stroller just over two weeks ago, have only been able to use it 3 times as on our third outing the front tire went flat due to a hole. So I hopped on Amazon as our local Walmart didn't have the proper tube size and ordered a new one - it gets here and I fix the front tire and now one of the back tires has a hole in it.
Summary: Although it does ride smoother then our other stroller, it is not really kid/baby friendly. The seat does not sit all the way up so that our baby (12 months) is sitting up, she is always kind of reclined, which she does not enjoy because its not as easy to see everything. Also, it does not fold and lock as easy as our other stroller did.
Excerpt: I searched all over when looking for the perfect travel system while I was pregnant. I knew that I wanted a jogging stroller, not because I jog, but because I like to go on really long walks and through the woods and knew that a jogging stroller would be more durable. This was the most afforadable system that I could find that didn't look terrible or get terrible reviews.
Excerpt: I really wanted a jogging stroller and thought it would be a great idea to get a travel system. The price of this one was right, and for the price I'm happy with it. I love the grey color and the versatile handle of the car seat. And the jogger works well for jogging.
Baby Trend Expedition Jogger Travel System-Get What you Pay For!
19 March 2011
Excerpt: We got the Baby Trend Expedition ELX Jogger Travel System when my daughter was just a few months old (that was about two years ago now). At first, I absolutely loved it. The Infant Seat is great, and had no problems with it. It is cute, non-gender specific (which I love), and worked well for quite some time. As for the stroller, it is really big and clunky and awkward.