Maxi-Cosi Mura 4 Stroller: A great stroller by maxi-cosy
30 August 2011
Summary: We have been using the stroller in a lovely pink colour, for several months now and we found it to be very convinient. It is adjustable so you can have your child facing towards you or away from you. I personally prefer to have the baby facing me but when the child gets older you can easily turn it around to have your child looking outwards. It is also compatible with other maxi-cosy products such as the car seat and carry cot.
Excerpt: We have owned a Mura 4 and cot attachment for 18 months now, so thought a long term review would be useful. We think this pushchair is brilliant. We were impressed with it when we bought it and are even more impressed with it after a year and a half of use. It has withstood the daily abuse that pushchairs get very well, and still looks like new. It's very comfortable, both with the cot attachment and the seat.
Summary: I was not very well during my pregnancy so I didn't have the time or the ability to go into Mothercare and other baby-inspired shops to go around looking at pushchairs and travel systems so I knew very little about what was on the market. The majority of the research I did into what to look at and what to avoid was conducted online and I felt completely overwhelmed by the choice and the huge variation in prices between them all. ***What is a travel system?
Pros: easy to push, good to put together, comfortable
" This is a fantastic buggy would recomend it to any…"
26 November 2010
Excerpt: This is a fantastic buggy would recomend it to any one! The wheels are great for all surfaces. I have alot of back troubles but I haven't found it all that heavy. A very easy buggy, great pram top, you can have the maxi cosi car seat on top of the frame for easy shopping etc. I can't fault this buggy at all. I did alot of reseach on buggys and would not change my mind on this one at all.
Summary: We initially planned on buying the Mothercare My-Choice travel system until we saw the Mura. The style is similar, almost identical, but the Mura seems far more sturdy, especially for those who live in a countrside area as we do. The chassis comes in a 3 wheeler or 4 wheeler, and comes with the stroller body (can be placed forward or rear facing, has 3 reclining positions and so can be used from newborn), raincover, hood/canopy and foot pump for the tyres.
Pros: Strong frame for rough terrain
Cons: A bit bulky, both during use and during folding.
Summary: When my little one was really little, she stayed mostly in the Silver Cross pram (which I've already reviewed) or the sling. As a result, it was only when she was getting too heavy for me to carry everywhere that we bought a pushchair for her. So, although this particular stroller is suitable from birth, I don't have any experience of using it that early.
Pros: A true birth to walking buggy,very easy to use
Maxi-Cosi Mura 4 Stroller: Brilliant pram, easy to use
20 July 2010
Summary: We spent ages looking for a pram for our first child. We narrowed it down as we knew we wanted a specific car seat (maxi cosi cabrio fix) and this pram fit the car seat. There are a number of other prams that do this but we liked this the best. The pram folds up easily with the use of 2 slide buttons on the side of the pram and unfolding the pram is also just as easy. Can even be done one handed (with a little practise).
Summary: Before buying a pram for our daughter, my husband and I dithered long and hard. We test drove several, researched plenty, and eventually decided on the Maxi-Cosi Mura. The mura is very similar to the quinny buzz in design- both have square chassis, with the stroller seat, carry cot, and car seat available to clip on to it. It is available as a 3 wheeler and as a 4 wheeler, although there is very little difference between them.
Pros: easy to fold, compact, lots of travel options
" Really big on quality and durability and comfort for your…"
31 October 2009
Excerpt: Really big on quality and durability and comfort for your baby. It's also really big! It won't fold up very well with the seat on - you need to remove the seat to fold the chassis properly.... so NOT one for public transport! (unless you have a roll-on roll-off facility - and you know there will be room for you on your travel date!).