Summary: I bought this for my grandson in red. This is a great stroller. It's light easy to handle . The only complaint I have is I'm 5'3 and I wish the handle was longer then it would be a excellent stroller for anyone to use.
Summary: My parents accidentally bought a girls color for my little boy. So I decided to return it. When I went to store, I saw another one that is better. IT is still a Jeep Cherokee Sport stroller. But it has a better extended canopy AND 5 point safety belt (shoulder straps). It was only a few dollars more! So why would you buy something less safe and provides less shade when there is the same brand but a slightly better model for a few dollars more.
Summary: It is very easy to take in and out of the car. Very Light. And my daughter seems to like it. Very comfortable to push. The umbrella shads her really well. I love this stroller. I bought it to replace a big bulky, heavy, Eddie Bower stroller. Glad I purchased this one.
Summary: I really like this stroller because it is very light weight. I also have a very small car so it fits in the trunk nicely. I like being able to look in and see my baby while we are out and about. The basket underneath though is way too small for a diaper bag! I bought a new one and it doesn't fit either! The only other thing that I do not like about it is it doesn't have the 5 point harness which I think it makes it difficult for my 6 month old to be comfortable.
Summary: This stroller was great for trips to the mall, local park, and other outings! I LOVE that it is light weight, has parent and child tray and a nice big basket underneath! The only thing I didn't like about this stroller was that it is hard to close 70% of the time. Ended up getting a Combi and it was the right fit for this nanny on the go!
Summary: I like that it's lightweight. I bought this for my 16 month old and one problem I have with it is that it needs shoulder straps. My child can halfway hang out of it. I would also wish that the front tray was easier to take on and off.
Summary: Easy to close but a hassle to open. Canopy falls open of its own accord quite frequently and gets in the way when I'm trying to open the stroller. The bars at the base of the seat protrude into the storage basket below. The straps for the diaper bag often get caught on them. The straps around the baby's waist are difficult to adjust. Wish it the seat back reclined fully, but I will say it is easy to raise the seat back up and down with the strap along the back.
Summary: Personally, with the Jeep name attached to it I expected this stroller to be a little better quality. The cup holders (both for child and parent) are a a bit flimsy. The parent cup holder won't hold anything more than a can. Also, the reclining "mechanism" is an adjustable belt behind the back rest...again flimsy. What I do like about this stroller is that it is compact. I live in New Orleans and we like to ride the street car downtown frequently.
Summary: I have been using this stroller for 2 1/2 years with my daughter and my only real complaint is that the cup holders are too close to the handle. So if there is a water bottle or sippy cup in the top cup holders it rubs on my hands and it's just uncomfortable and annoying. The child's cup holder is too small for my daughter's sippy cups, making it useless.