Suspension to avoid hitting potholes, three-panel hood and built-in handbrake. Characteristics that we usually look for in a zero kilometer car, today we find them in the latest generation baby strollers. Increasingly modern and equipped, baby wheels adapt to the needs and personalities of parents.

“Buying a stroller is not compulsive, since the mother-to-be finds out that a baby is waiting for her ideal model,” explains Walter Alonso, commercial director of Graco. “Parents have to get advice, weigh the car, fold it, measure it and compare it with the spaces that are part of their day-to-day life, such as the trunk of the car or the elevator door,” suggests Patricia Hass, Pergo customer service. “The most important thing is to think about the comfort of the mother, who will spend most of her time with the car,” says Ezequiel Gartner, president of BenLevi, representative of the Baby Jogger brand.

There are so many models and brands that choosing the right stroller is no easy task. But with patience you can find a model for each parenting style.


The Travel System is ideal for parents who need practicality: a single product solves all the transfer needs in the first stage of the baby, since it serves as a stroller, baby or egg carrier, and also a car seat. In this segment, Graco offers at least 8 models ranging from $1,850 to $3,000: the Mosaic is super compact, and the Metrolite is a classic that’s being updated. Baby Jogger offers the City Select, a high-end cart with 16 position combinations ($3,500). Among the premium options is Pérego with its Modular System, an ultralight chassis on which the different components are hooked (from $4,000).


Moms who ride the subway, get on a bus, need comfort and dynamism will seek out these cars. The Kiddy 360 is compact, with the comforts of a Travel System and “paraguita” base. Pérego’s Pliko line has a built-in pedal to carry the little brother. This exclusive Italian brand also offers ultralight cars ideal for the city: the Si and Aria models weigh only 5.5 kg. (from $1,700). With 6 models in this range ranging from $900 to $1,300, Graco’s star is the Citylite: foldable, 4.2kg. Baby Jogger has the City Mini, a very easy to fold and maneuver trike that reclines nearly 180 degrees and has a three-panel canopy ($1,900).


The GT3 is Pérego’s off-road model with three large, inflatable wheels, very comfortable for the baby and is an ideal option for racers and those who travel uneven streets, sand or dirt (from $4,500). Kiddy’s C40, also with three wheels, is perfect for countries and has special Travel System features, as it can be detached and used as a baby carrier ($1,400).


Recommended from the baby’s 9 kilos, the paraguitas are the simplest option, but economical on the market. Kiddy offers models from $250 to $750, the Allegro Plus, reinforced and with positions.


Pérego is the only company that makes cars for triplets: they are called Triplet and they are brought to order. In addition, the company offers the Duet model for twins. At Graco there are two models for multiple dads: in one the little brothers go in a row and the seats recline differently, and in the other the “twin” goes to the side.

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