Conclusion: The revamped Quest is a lightweight, compact stroller that’s incredibly easy to use. The slightly bumpy ride is a small price to pay for the amount of flexibility it offers if you have a baby and toddler, but want to travel light. This is an ideal buggy for public transport users.
Pros: Ready to go straight out of the box, lightweight, suitable from birth, harness big enough for a toddler, easy to fold, good looking, narrow, The Maclaren Quest is ready to go straight out of the box. In fact, it’s the first buggy I’ve tried that doesn’t leave me puzzled. I’m up and running quickly, thanks to the easy-to-understand instruction booklet that only takes minutes to read. One of the greatest things about the Quest is that it’s suitable from birth, but also ...
Cons: Slight rattle to the wheels, At times, the Quest can offer a bit of a bumpy ride, so I don’t really feel comfortable with it in newborn mode for a long journey. I prefer something a bit smoother for the little one, but it’s fine for a toddler. I suppose it’s the weigh-up for the Quest being such a lightweight model.
Conclusion: The Maclaren Quest is a truly fine lightweight stroller with a passel of added features that can make this stroller a real honey to own, including: four-position recline, an included rain canopy, ultra-light and compact-when-folded chassis, smooth-as-butter steering, and those signature Maclaren high handle bars, not to mention its urban appeal.