Conclusion: The Graco LiteRider is a basic stroller without any fancy bells and whistles -- perfect for those who don't want to shell out a lot of money. It won't win any beauty contests, but it has good features for the price: cup holders, trays and an easy fold. Its biggest drawback is that most models only come with a three-point harness. This may be a problem for parents of particularly squirmy toddlers and is not considered safe for infants.
Pros: Easy to fold, Lightweight, Cup holders and parent/child trays
Cons: Three-point harness, Small canopy, Child tray hits ground when folding
Conclusion: The Graco Breeze Literider can be purchased as just a stroller or as a travel system with the Graco SnugRide carseat/infant carrier and stay-in-car base. The main selling points: the stroller is lightweight and rather durable, easy to use, and has some fun features including a sufficiently large storage basket, the convenient infant carrier, and most importantly, the whole system is rather affordable.
Conclusion: Graco is the designer of some of the most popular travel systems out there, including the Glider Literider models. The versatility and acclaimed safety of this system is priceless to some parents and only marginal for others. The fact of the matter is, the infant carrier can only be used until your child weighs 20 pounds.