3.00 rating Well built, sturdy, attractive, simple and too big for your trunk. by Noneed foryou toknow on July 29, 2007
An excellent value overall. Much more attractive and sturdy than anything else under $200. PLenty of room for two even if using baby seats. Large basket hold lots of gear but can be a little difficult to access with babyseat in back because rear toddler seatback must adjust/lower to horzontal position. Super easy to put together requiring less than 5 minutes total. One handed closing and opening means you can fold/unfold the stroller with a kid in one arm. This thing is about 30-50% larger overall than the quattro tour singles and while it is a hoss it is really easy to push, turn and manuever. While it folds up nicely it still takes up alot of room. The quattro single was a tight fit in the trunk of the Taurus' we used to have there absolutely is no way this 2 seater would have fit. You are going to need a minivan, mid size suv or wagon, something with a good amount of room to lay this flat between the last row of seats and the tailgate to haul this around. Our single went on its side twice in the back of a rentalsuv and the wheels wobbled a little afterwards because of it. I guess you could try putting the duo on its side but I'm betting that will warp or break the back wheels (weighs 35 pounds or more) causing them to wobble or come off altogether. Definately flat load it. It still takes up less room than two singles. Very satisfied with the stroller and highly recommend to people with the room to haul it.