5.00 rating Works great for us! by Deanna on February 1, 2007
We love our Jeep Wagoneer Tandem Stroller. What sold us in the beginning was the price and the flexibility that it had in being able to use other manufacturers infant car seats with it. What made us love it to this day is the fact that it is roomy for my 29 pound toddler and 17 pound infant. My son loves the steering wheel and I love the spacious storage area underneath in which I tend to overpack and it fits my diaper bag, blankets, coats, etc.. Mine came with one adult cup holder. It folds down with one hand and opens easily. It is big, yes, but that's why I like it. It even fits into our trunk in a Dodge Intrepid with room to spare. (We have learned to wiggle it in sideways and it fits just fine) Yes, it may be a little harder to steer but that is because it is longer than most strollers and when you have the older, heavier child in the front that is going to happen. In the summer I used ours everyday for walks and once you are used to it, it is no big deal. Mine is worth every penny. I would rather have the space for the kids than have them cramped but easier to steer.
5.00 rating Jeep Wagoneer Double Twin Stroller is a great ride! by Hannah, Newnan, GA on January 1, 2004
Great investment! If you have a toddler and a newborn and would like a stroller to grow with you, this is it! High quality, low dollar, and fabulous features!
5.00 rating Versatile, Economical, Roomy !, by A.D. Crane, TX on January 1, 2004
I am a foster mother and I bought this to use for my children. I love how you can use it with several types of infant carriers which is a huge plus for me. Also there is lots of room in the back seat as well as the front seat so that when I get an older child that sits back there they will not feel cramped and have plenty of leg room. I also like the huge storage basket underneath as well as the saddlebags on the sides and the steering wheel toy. I need as much storage as possible. Is it heavy.. yes.. but not so much so that it is an issue to push, collapse or get in and out of a trunk. I have a graco metrolite single stroller that I love but now that I have more children it was time to get a double and I am very happy with my jeep tandem stroller. I got a great deal too at babyage.com with cheapo shipping as well. I highly reccomend this stroller.
4.00 rating Great Stroller by J.S. Kansas City, MO on January 1, 2004
As the parents of a VERY active 14 mo. old boy and a 1 mo. old boy, we LOVE this stroller. For the first time in months, we have been able to go shopping and walk around with our 14 mo. old still in the stroller and not screaming to get out. The toy on the front tray is just what he needed to keep him busy. Although we get some odd looks when he honks the horn behind people! We also love the fact that although it's heavy, it's easy to push and turn through store aisles and clothing racks. Our only tip, make sure your trunk is big enough to fit the stroller! We had a tense moment the first time we tried it, but we figured it out. Overall, I love this stroller and would definitely recommend it.
4.00 rating Mixed Feelings by Karen, NY on January 1, 2004
This stroller was new on the market last summer when I bought it after my second son was born. (Stores in my area couldn't keep them in stock for more than a day.) What sold me was that my Evenflo infant car seat (which is part of an Evenflo travel system) fits very nicely in the rear of the Jeep, and my 3-year-old is happy and entertained in the front. Aside from the toy steering wheel, the plastic tray has two goodie holders, one of which can hold a rectangular juice box. The cargo space underneath is wonderfully large -- big enough for coats, diaper bag, camera, etc., and the stroller has two nifty storage bags for keys, snacks, pacifiers, etc. The stroller itself is huge, probably a good foot longer than the Duo Gliders we pass in the mall or at the zoo. You'll definitely need a minivan, SUV, or station wagon to haul this around. But, considering its size, it does collapse and set up fairly easily. My biggest complaint is with its maneuverability. You cannot steer this stroller with one hand, so forget trying to eat or drink while walking (there's no cup holder for adults.) It's also very heavy to push uphill. It's nice for the zoo or a long day of shopping, but I find myself using my single stroller for trips to the park or walks at home when my 3-year-old prefers to walk more than ride.