Excerpt: I've had this ARia for three years now, and its been through 2 kids. I'm torn, because it has some good qualities compared to other strollers, but I'm hard pressed to recommend it. all in all, it depends what your priorities are in a stroller, becuase you won't get everything you want at this price point.
Peg Perego Aria Single Stroller is a great lightweight stroller
18 March 2011
Excerpt: Every stroller has pros and cons but this one has been a good experience for me and what I need it for. My 5 month old is our third child and the days of bulky strollers swallowing up our trunk are over!
Excerpt: The thing I loved most about this stroller in the store was that I could both open it and collapse it with one hand while seven months pregnant! However, after owning it for a couple of years, I can say that that is not always the case. The stroller frequently sticks when you are trying to open or collapse, and the only way I've found to un-stick it is to shake it and shake it.
Excerpt: I did lots of research on double strollers when I found out I was having twins, I knew Peg Perego was an expensive brand, and supposed to be good quality but not much else. I bought an Aria Twin for half the retail value at a discount store, brand new still in the box. It is easy to push and steer, VERY light weight, and compact when folded up. It does fit through doorways but you have to get the wheels aligned or you get stuck half way through.
Peg Perego Aria stroller has strong positives and negatives
22 May 2010
Excerpt: The Peg Perego Aria stroller is an average stroller with some pluses and minuses. It's positive attributes are the five point harness and the light weight. I bought it specifically for the harness. My child is an escape artist so it was necessary to find a stroller to keep him in safely. A five point harness alone does not work, but if I put on a shirt with overall straps and put the harness through the straps it does the trick.
Excerpt: What really attracted me to the Peg Perego Aria stroller is that is so light weight and supposedly a one handed open and close. I can say that it really does live up to those things. I can be holding my baby and easily open and close this stroller. Living on the third floor of an apartment complex also makes the fact that it is light a necessity. I can easily carry this stroller and my child up and down the stairs without loosing my breath...too much.
Excerpt: With my son going to be 15 months when his little brother was born I needed a lightweight double stroller that would easily fit into the trunk my car. I did a little research online trying to find a nice stroller that would be durable and hold up. Some of the things I do like about this stroller is the large bottome for carrying bags, toys, blankets and any other items. I love that the seats indivually recline.
The Peg Perego Aria Twin is nice, but could use improvement!
31 January 2010
Excerpt: The Peg Perego Aria Twin Double Stroller was the first double stroller that I purchased for my two daughters. When I purchased it, my oldest was 2 and my youngest was about 4 months old. In the beginning, it worked quite well because both of my daughters were small and although there was a significant size difference between my two girls, both were still pretty lightweight themselves so the stroller was easy to push and maneuver.
Excerpt: Okay so I wanted to love this stroller as it's a side by side but I have some issues with it now that we have it. First I love that the one side is bigger than the other, great for an older child and a younger one. I also love that the bigger side can fit a carseat (our graco carseat) fit just perfectly in it. I love the red and grey colors as well. I also like that it folds very easily. Now for the negatives. I hate how this things rides.