Summary: We bought the Maxi Cosi Mura 3 as a travel system and it has been really useful. We live in the countryside so we wanted something that would be practical and sturdy which this has. In town it is a little bit wide and awkward but having said that we haven't had any serious issues and use round town just as easily as crossing the fields with our dogs. I would say don't bother purchasing the sun parasol as it doesn't work very well on this frame.
Pros: Easy to push, comfortable ride, not many about so looks a little different, travel system compatible.
Cons: Heavy, need a large boot space, quite wide and tricky to manouvere, sun shade isn't the best design
A very stylish 3 wheeler, great from newborn to 4yrs.
mandy eagles, Made for Mums
5 August 2010
Summary: I loved the look of this pushchair as soon as I saw it. I particularly thought it was great due to the large (reversible)seat unit that will still look great once baby's 3 or 4yrs old. I bought the hard carrycot (when it was on offer) and used that until baby was 8 months, this was great on the pushchair and also for daytime naps. I also bought the fantastic cabriofix car seat which fits onto the chassis easily, and is great in the car.
Pros: Compatible with maxi-cosi cabriofix car seat, mura hard carrycot and mura soft carrycot - taking it from birth to 4yrs. Reversible seat unit - baby can face Mum or face the front. Easy to push and turn.
Cons: Rather chunky when folded. Wheelbase a bit on the wide side!
Summary: The moment i set eyes on the Mura 3 i was in love, it looks good and being made by Maxi Cosi i knew it would be well made. From day 1 of owning it i worried about the width but thought it would be ok, but my god its like pushing a tank about. When faced with moving aside on pavements its a task to keep us on the pavement and not in the road.