Summary: Design is great, but I can only give it two stars for two reasons. One. It is extremely heavy. I used to have a duo glider, which is much lighter. This stroller generally requires lifting with both hands. I can't just swing it into my trunk. Two.
Summary: WITH TWINS, THIS WAS THE OBVIOUS PURCHASE. UNFORTUNATELY, AFTER OWNING IT A YEAR, THE STROLLER WOULDN'T COLLAPSE ANYMORE. GRACO WAS GRACIOUS AND OFFERED TO REPLACE IT, BUT I HAD TO FIND A BOX AND SHIP IT BACK MYSELF. NOT EASY TO FIND A BOX THAT SIZE, MUCH LESS LUG IT TO FED EX.
Excerpt: I was not happy with my most recent Graco strollers. I had had a Graco stroller in the past and was very happy with it, so I bought one again with my last child. We shopped other models, but we liked the patterns and features best on the Graco strollers, and the price was reasonable.
Excerpt: We have had this for about 2 1/2 years and it still works..., but it is bulky, heavy and the wheels sqweeky. I am glad its not a side by side( I have seen many people have issues with not fitting through door ways).
Excerpt: When I found out I was expecting my 2nd child, one of my friends recommended this stroller. After purchasing it I realized that I should have done a bit more research prior to buying this. There was LOTS of cheap plastic pieces, and it was not easy to put together.
the Graco Quattro Tour stroller is HEAVY and bulky
29 August 2012
Excerpt: The Graco Quattro Tour stroller is a extremely heavy stroller. This stroller will not fit in a small car trunk it is very bulky when folded. it is easy to push and easy to maneuver with one hand but takes up a lot of space when folded.
Graco Quattro Stroller does not meet my standards for quality.
29 August 2012
Excerpt: I have an 18 month old & 1 month old. I was so excited about this stroller, as I love every Graco product I own, including my single Quattro Tour stroller. There are so many things about this stroller I don't like, mostly the very poor quality & durability.
Summary: It's decent for what it is. Double strollers sure are hard to maneuver. My kids seemed to like it, and didn't mind being in the back seat half the time. The latch broke early on, so it never stayed folded. That made it hard to carry.
Summary: I'm the mother of six children, so I have quite a bit of experience with strollers. My last two children were born 15 months apart - AFTER we gave away every piece of baby clothing and equipment we owned, of course.