Summary: I was determined to buy this push chair as I loved the look of it. It's a lovely design and I find it great to push and my son seems very comfortable! The chair is very padded and feels very comfortable, and the straps are wide and secure my little man very well. There is a carry cot attachment available but I chose not to buy this and my newborn was fine as the chair can be turned to face you, and the hood gave him sufficient protection.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy to Set Up, Easy To Steer, Sturdy
Summary: It was very difficult to put together - my husband had to get his tools out and take it apart to fit it together properly. But now it's on the buggy, I'm wondering why I didn't change from the small front wheel to this set seven years ago when I bought the buggy for my first child!!!
Summary: Our Quinny Buzz 3 is very regularly used off road (nature trails, farm, outdoor events), and since a few months has been upgraded with the double tyre at the front. I have noticed differences, but there are pros and cons. I am a motorcyclist, so I would disagree that 4 wheels are an upgrade! Overall, I would say that if the Quinny is likely to see a lot of mostly flat urban territory, the 3-wheeled version is actually better.