10 Best Baby Strollers - 2020

Any parent will gladly take any opportunity to make outings with their children easier. Sturdy strollers are better for countryside walks, lightweight ones – for traveling, and some come in handy on any occasion. We have compiled a list of the ten best strollers in 2020 based on various criteria and first-hand user experiences.

What to Look for When Choosing?

Safety
Top strollers should have a reliable safety harness that cannot be unbuckled by a child and a strap that securely holds them in place. The frame should be firm and have no sharp edges.
Ease of use
You should have no trouble maneuvering it with one hand, pushing it uphill, carrying it up to the stairs and folding/unfolding it. Whatever situation you need are in with the stroller, moving and adjusting it should be effortless.
Storage
You will likely have to carry grocery bags, a diaper bag, or something of that sort. A roomy basket, pockets, and cupholders are a plus.
Adjustable parts
An adjustable canopy is useful for sunny as well as rainy weather. You should be able to adjust the handle and flip it around to face the child. A reclining seat is necessary for newborns but is also good for toddlers for napping.
Quality
Every part should be well-made and have a long service life. This implies quality materials, a durable frame, minimal scratching, etc.

1. BOB Revolution Flex Duallie 2.0 Jogging Stroller

Why we chose it

Whether you go on an off-road or an urban adventure, this stroller provides a smooth ride. Hundreds of glowing reviews confirm that such useful and convenient functionality is worth the splurge.

What parents say

Running uphill or downhill is VERY EASY, and the kids have lots of space. The shades are incredible and protect the child from sunlight, even in the late afternoon. We don’t use any other stroller except for this one.

Clara

Key features:

  • Infant to 50 pounds fit
  • 10 storage pockets
  • Plastic/mesh peek window with magnetic closure
  • High-strength aluminum
  • Ultra-padded seat

Verdict

This stroller is worth its price because of its quality and durability; it’s also easy to use. It works on all terrains, which makes it an all-around great purchase.

Pros
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to push
  • Quick assembly and folding
  • Great sun shades
  • Lots of storage
  • Easy to recline
Cons
  • Pricey
  • No cup holder
  • Takes up a lot of room

2. Chicco Viaro Travel System

Why we chose it

Built for everyday convenience, this stroller stands the test of time. It accommodates babies as small as four pounds, and the effortless mechanism lets you move them while they are sleeping.

What parents say

Exactly what we wanted. Enough storage for diaper bag underneath. Easy to install and collapse. As a traveler, I love the freedom it gives, so it is the best stroller for us.

Rebecca

Key features:

  • 3-wheel design
  • Aluminum frame
  • Toe-tap rear brakes
  • Click-in car seat
  • Child and parent trays

Verdict

The ability to use it with one hand – click-in the car seat, fold/unfold, push – is an essential feature. It offers convenient adjustments and sustains walks even over gravel.

Pros
  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to steer
  • Good amount of storage
  • Easy to setup and takedown
  • No-brainer car seat
Cons
  • Does not go flat
  • Little cup holder
  • Bulky

3. Joovy Scooter X2 Double Stroller

Why we chose it

This model costs a fraction of the price of similar models without compromising the quality. Take into account the neat features and appealing design, and you have an amazing double-stroller.

What parents say

It’s not tiny, so I recommend a larger truck space. But the stroller is truly amazing. It fits through ALL doors, and the bottom storage fits all groceries.

Hannah

Key features:

  • Graphite frame
  • Independent reclining
  • 4- to 90-pound fit
  • Swivel double front wheels
  • Padded harness and belly bar

Verdict

With the exception of weight and transportation, this stroller is amazing – smooth and easy to steer. A great deal for the price.

Pros
  • Stable
  • Big sun canopy
  • Spacious for kids
  • Flat recline
  • Roomy storage basket
  • Adequately sized
Cons
  • Heavy
  • Handle is not adjustable
  • No tray or cupholder
  • Wheels may lock accidentally

4. Chicco Bravo Trio Travel System

Why we chose it

This combo does most of the work for you – it is intuitive and converts with one click. If you don’t mind it being on the heavier side, it will make itself useful on any outing.

What parents say

I love this travel system. The car seat is easy to carry and not bulky like some others, the base and seat work well together to maximize safety and the stroller moves so easily. I literally love walking my daughter in it. I have 5 children and have had several different travel systems and this is by far my favorite!

Sierra Miller

Key features:

  • Detachable seat
  • Holds babies from birth up to 55 lbs.
  • Front swivels, all-wheel suspension
  • Parent tray + 2 cupholders
  • One-touch rear breaks

Verdict

This combo practically fits all the categories – smooth ride, easy to use in all regards, great designs. Even considering its drawbacks, the features justify every penny.

Pros
  • Easy to use and transport
  • Adjustable
  • Sturdy
  • Ample storage
  • Smooth control
  • Suitable for every terrain
Cons
  • Heavy
  • Light padding
  • No locking mechanism when folded

5. Britax Travel System - B-Lively Stroller & B-Safe 35 Infant Car Seat

Why we chose it

This stroller offers a balance between stability and the ability for smooth maneuvering. We also appreciate its impressive crash test results and convenience on all terrains.

What parents say

Easy to install, love the way it tightens down, baby is snug and looks comfortable. Pick this one because it had the number 1 safety rating for car seats. Stroller is easy to unfold and fold, the pocket is great for moms with big phones and limited pockets. Like that you can also cover the baby completely up and still be able to see them and keep bugs and the sun away.

Amazon Customer

Key features:

  • Fits up to 55 pounds
  • Steel frame
  • Sturdy breaks
  • Large UV 50+ canopy
  • 3 back pockets
  • Car seat impact protection

Verdict

While the storage design could use some improvements, it is one of the best baby strollers with a car seat in terms of safety. The reinforced frame and sturdy car seat mechanism seal the deal.

Pros
  • Versatile
  • Easy to maneuver
  • Quick assembly
  • Easy to clean
  • Sturdy and reliable
Cons
  • Harder to click-in
  • Slightly heavy
  • No cupholder or organizer

6. UPPAbaby Full-Size Vista Infant Baby Stroller & MESA Car Seat Bundle

Why we chose it

There aren’t many stroller combos that compete with this one’s technical parameters. If you are not on a tight budget, take advantage of this impeccable-quality model.

What parents say

A bit expensive but definitely worth it. Convenient for parents and comfortable for the baby. Lots of room for all the necessities.

David

Key features:

  • Aluminum frame
  • 4-wheel suspension
  • Flat-free tires
  • Water-repellent fabric
  • 5-position recline

Verdict

The functionality is incredible. The quality makes it worth the higher price tag, and you can pass it onto friends and family with minimal wear and tear.

Pros
  • High quality
  • Stable ride
  • Easy clip-in system
  • Telescopic handle
  • Useful bassinet
Cons
  • Pricey
  • Inconvenient car seat

7. Graco Roomfor2 Click Connect Stand and Ride Stroller

Why we chose it

If you are tired of constantly unbuckling your toddler from the seat, this budget-friendly stroller comes in handy. The slim structure fits through any doorway and on any narrow sidewalk.

What parents say

This stroller is great for two kids a couple of years apart. My two-year-old can hop on and off whenever she wants. Fits great in the back of our SUV.

Lauren

Key features:

  • Fits two children up to 50 pounds each
  • Front swivel wheels
  • Parent and child trays
  • Adaptable front seat
  • Padded bench in the back

Verdict

At such a reasonable price, this stroller checks all the boxes. However, bear in mind that it only works if one child will be able to stand behind.

Pros
  • Affordable
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to open and close
  • Compact
  • One-hand steer
Cons
  • No room for standing when seat is reclined
  • Handle is not adjustable
  • Limited basket storage

8. Graco Modes Travel System

Why we chose it

The design is dependable, so it will serve you many years down the road. It adjusts as your child grows from infant to toddler, so there will be no need to purchase another one.

What parents say

Love how light it feels, so much room in the basket and overall, it also looks incredible. I think it took less than 15 minutes to put it all together.

Casey

Key features:

  • Fits infants and up to 50 lbs.
  • 3-position leg rest
  • 4-position reclining seat
  • Parent and child trays
  • Convertible harness

Verdict

 For a mid-range price point, you get a smart and beautiful design suitable for many occasions. The biggest limitation is the plastic wheels.

Pros
  • Great quality
  • Light structure
  • Roomy storage
  • Very maneuverable
  • Many mode options
Cons
  • Bulky
  • No head/neck support
  • Average off-road performance

9. Beberoad R2 Travel Stroller

Why we chose it

This folded stroller is compact and fits in the luggage compartment. It doesn’t take a lot of effort to carry or fold/unfold, which you can easily do with one-hand.

What parents say

Just what I was looking for – beautiful and light. All-around great stroller.

Garett

Key features:

  • Holds up to 45 lbs.
  • UPF 50+ canopy
  • Two peek windows
  • Water-repellent material
  • 4-stage expansion

Verdict

The best stroller for parents who travel or move around a lot. It easily folds flat one-handedly and offers many other benefits for a competitive price.

Pros
  • Super lightweight
  • Compact (hand-luggage-approved)
  • Good on bumpy terrains
  • Big accessible basket
  • Large sun visor
Cons
  • Flimsy cupholder
  • Straps need constant readjusting
  • No upright sitting mode

10. Summer 3Dlite Stroller

Why we chose it

It takes practically everything you need in a stroller and makes it light. As the name suggests, it is a convenient model for summer walks

What parents say

This was great to use for our cruise. It was easy to expand and collapse, and overall, we were pleasantly surprised.

Megan

Key features:

  • Aluminum frame
  • 4-position recline
  • Removable, washable canopy
  • Flip-out sun window
  • 3-height seat positions

Verdict

It is not a high-end purchase, but the stroller is still structurally sound. It fits all the criteria for an umbrella stroller, so it works best as a travel alternative for your usual stroller.

Pros
  • Very affordable
  • Superlight
  • Decent size
  • Handy mechanism
  • Nicely cushioned
Cons
  • Limited space for child
  • Small cupholder
  • Doesn’t stand when folded

Editor's Choice

Our final picks are based on extensive criteria, including quality, the purpose of use and price. To save you time and money, we present the best strollers in three categories.

ProductEditor's ChoiceRating
Britax B-Lively Travel SystemOur top pick4,6
Summer 3Dlite Convenience StrollerBest budget stroller4,4
BOB Revolution Flex Duallie 2.0 Jogging StrollerBest jogger double stroller4,7

Choosing a stroller is a big responsibility – so make your choice wisely and give your kid the best.

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