Excerpt: This is the least glitzy-looking all-terrain buggy we looked at, and the most out of place pootling round town; itâ€™s the one whichâ€™ll cause your friendsâ€™ eyebrows to raise the highest when you tell them the price.
Conclusion: The Mountain Buggy Terrain is a fantastic buggy well worth its slightly high price (the accessories mount up). This value is especially clear when you consider that most parents who run end up having to buy at least two buggies.
Pros: Great suspension, proper newborn suitable seat, tiny turning circle, works for jogging as well as town trips, The Mountain Buggy Terrain was as at home in town as when I was out running with it. Previously, I’ve had to use two different buggies, one for town shopping and visiting friends and one ...
Cons: Cost can mount up with all accessories, When you alter the recline from fully flat to upright, the resulting excess fabric gets bunched up around the seat. This is fine for 10-month-old Freya because there’s still plenty of room for her. However, with a larger child you need to stuff the fabric d...
Summary: For sporty, active parents the terrain has the potential to be a fantastic everyday stroller. The manoeuvrability both inside and, of course, on rough terrain ensures there is very little you could not do with your Terrain.
Pros: Hight seat back for taller/older children, Excellent manoeuvrability inside and out, Good handle height for tall parents, Stands when folded for easy storage, Hood provides excellent sun protection
Cons: Heavy for lifting in and out of the car, Large pram may be awkward for small parents, Few accessories included in the price