Summary: I am extremely happy with this stroller. It does recline quite a bit, but it does not lay completely flat. The extended shade umbrella is excellent. The basket is bigger than most other umbrella strollers. It will not hold my diaper bag, but will hold my small purse or blankets and jackets. It easily folds with one hand, but then you have to clip it yourself to keep it locked. It rides smoothly. My only complaint is that my 6 month old does not sit straight up in it.
Summary: My son is very choosy and expects high comfort when it comes to Stroller, we tried many strollers which he didn't sit for a minute. At last we purchased this stroller which my son found very comfort and he doesn't want to come off this
Summary: My daughter was looking for a lightweight stroller that could be easily stored in her trunk as she and her husband live in a three story walkup. My daughter shopped strollers for several weeks before decided this one was the best quality for the best value. She went to babies r us to compare the "mid-range" strollers--ie, strollers in the $150-$250 range--to the low end Jeep stroller she'd seen at Walmart.
Summary: Our grandchildren visited and purchased this for the 20 month old. He loved it! He liked pushing it around the house also. It is very easy to maneuver over different terrains and fold up for transportation in the car. It will be easy to store until their next visit.
Summary: This stroller is super lightweight and fits easily into my small trunk. I can easily open and close it with one hand. My 3-month old grandson also rests comfortably in the recline position. This is a great stroller for the price!
Summary: Using it for 3 years still going strong. The place i take this stroller are Crazy, lots of back woods trails, It easily has 100,000 miles on it and now it ready for kid number 2. and it fits in my compact car with easy.