Best strollers of 2020

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Strollers are a must-have when it comes to getting around easily with your child and all your stuff. These winners for the best everyday strollers rank high in smoothness of ride, safety, and stress-busting features such as large storage baskets and one-handed folding. To find the top five strollers recommended by parents, we combed through threads from moms and dads in the our site Community and added our own research and experience. Here are the our site Love It winners for the best strollers.

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  • Stroller basics

    What you need to know

    A stroller can be a big investment, but the right one will serve you well for years – on walks, vacations, trips to the zoo or playground, and jaunts around town. Some strollers ingeniously grow with your child, with removable and adjustable seats to accommodate newborns, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and older siblings. When choosing a stroller, look for one that will work for your family through multiple stages and potentially multiple children.

    Different strollers are designed for different situations: some are built for jogging or running, some are super lightweight for travel, and some fit two or more kids. In this article, we're focusing on the best everyday strollers – the ones that parents rely on to get through daily life. These picks run the gamut, from a travel system that can be used from birth, to lightweight options that you can grab and go, to a stroller frame that makes navigating the early months with a newborn just a bit easier.

    The following strollers are the five most recommended by our site parents. All are good choices in terms of features, looks, and ease of use – and they're the our site Love It winners for the best 2020 everyday strollers.

  • Quick look

    The best everyday strollers

    Parents' Picks - recommended by parents

    Strollerour site Rating
    UPPAbaby Vista V2 Stroller

    Most recommended

    Britax B-Ready G3 Stroller

    Highly recommended

    Baby Jogger City Mini 2 Stroller

    Highly recommended

    Chicco KeyFit Caddy Frame Stroller

    Highly recommended

    Joovy Qool


  • UPPAbaby Vista V2 Stroller

    Our site Parents' Pick

    The UPPAbaby Vista is ready for pretty much anything you throw at it. It comes with a lie-flat bassinet as well as a toddler seat, so your child will be set from birth to preschool. The removable bassinet is a supercool feature: If your baby falls asleep on a walk, you can detach the bassinet to carry your sleeping infant inside. (You can also use the bassinet as a regular spot for your baby to sleep – there's a stand sold separately.) The Vista can comfortably transport up to three children with add-on accessories such as an extra seat and standing platform, and its durable, lightweight construction provides a safe and smooth ride. Parents appreciate the extra-large storage basket underneath and the fact that the Vista stands when folded. This model, the V2, has some important upgrades: a roomier toddler seat, a redesigned sun canopy, and a no-rethread harness.

    Heads up

    You can use the Vista as a travel system with UPPAbaby's Mesa car seat – and also with car seats from Chicco, Maxi-Cosi, Nuna, and Cybex, if you buy an adapter.

    The UPPAbaby isn't cheap – at more than $1,000 with tax, plus extra for add-on accessories, this stroller purchase is definitely an investment. That said, it's so adaptable that you'll likely get your money's worth.

    Parents say

    "I have the Vista and I love it! There's a huge basket underneath, and I love that you can turn your baby to face you or face forward. Also, I love the bassinet and that the stroller works with our car seat."

    "I've had the UppaBaby Vista for three years and I absolutely love it!"


    • Stroller dimensions: 25.7" wide
    • Stroller weight: 27 pounds (without the bassinet)
    • For children from 3 months to 50 pounds
    • Compatible with Mesa infant car seat
    • Bassinet included
    • Self-standing fold
    • Basket weight capacity: 30 pounds
    • Adjustable handlebar

    Available at Amazon starting at $969.99

  • Britax B-Ready G3 Stroller

    Our site Parents' Pick

    The Britax B-Ready is all about versatility and offers no less than 12 seating possibilities for your child. (For some of those, you'll need the B-Ready Bassinet, a Britax or BOB infant car seat, or the B-Ready Second Seat, all sold separately.) Like with the UPPAbaby Vista, you can buy an extra seat to easily convert this to a stroller for two kids. That's a lot of options for a fairly reasonable price, plus the B-Ready has some nice extras, like four recline positions and an adjustable handlebar. It folds up easily, even with a second seat installed. Our favorite feature may be the incredibly easy-to-access oversize storage basket, which makes digging for snacks a thing of the past.

    Heads up

    At 30 pounds, even without add-on accessories, this stroller is a hefty one.

    Parents say

    "I have a Britax B-Ready and I really like it. My sister also has the B-Ready with the second seat. Her kids love it and so does she."

    "I love my Britax B-Ready. My 1-and-a-half-year-old sits on the top, and my 3-year-old loves the seat underneath. I think older toddlers enjoy the cave feeling of the second seat."

    "I love my B-Ready. It's now three years old and it still handles great, even with my very big 3-year-old on top.


    • Stroller dimensions: 44 x 24 x 43.25 inches
    • Stroller weight: 30 pounds
    • For children from birth to 55 pounds
    • Adjustable handlebar
    • Reclining seat

    Available at Amazon starting at $349.99

  • Baby Jogger City Mini 2 Stroller

    Our site Parents' Pick

    The Baby Jogger City Mini 2 is a super-lightweight and compact stroller that will help you maneuver through tight spaces. It has an easy, compact, one-hand fold (just lift up on one strap to fold it), so it's simple to put in the car or take on a bus. Plus, you can use the City Mini as a travel system. It comes with adapters to work with the separately sold City GO infant car seat, and it works with some other car seats if you buy special adapters, also sold separately. (Note: This isn't a jogging stroller – Baby Jogger is the company that makes the City Mini.)

    Heads up

    Add-on accessories (like a parent console, child snack tray, and glider board) are all sold separately, so don't forget to include those in your budget if they're must-haves for you.

    Parents say

    "I have a Baby Jogger City Mini and I swear by it. It's held up for more than four years and three kids, and I'll be using it again with my next. When I had an issue with one of the wheels, they sent a replacement immediately without hesitation."


    • Stroller dimensions: 39.5 x 25.70 x 40.60 inches
    • Stroller weight: 18 pounds
    • For children from 1 to 54 months
    • Reclining seat
    • Compatible with City GO infant car seat

    Available at Amazon starting at $279.99

  • Chicco KeyFit Caddy Frame Stroller

    Our site Parents' Pick

    At only 11 pounds, this lightweight stroller frame has a simple game plan: Pop your infant car seat in and go! You'll actually hear an audible "click" as the car set locks into place, so you know you've done it right. Parents love the convenience of a frame – instead of a full-size stroller – that they can toss in the trunk of their car without taking up too much space. The KeyFit Caddy folds almost flat with one hand, so it's very portable. Despite the fact that it's just a stroller frame, it has a lot of the features you'd expect from a traditional stroller: a padded handle, adjustable height positions, all-wheel suspension, toe-tap brakes, an oversize basket with front and rear access, and not one but two cup holders.

    Heads up

    This stroller, while superconvenient for the early months, is only good for a limited time. It doesn't have a seat, so once your child outgrows the infant car seat, you won't be able to use it. Also, this frame stroller is designed to work with Chicco car seats only.

    Parents say

    "We used the Chicco and it was great. It's true that once your baby is done with the infant car seat the stroller is useless, but we planned for that."

    "We had the Chicco KeyFit infant seat and stroller frame with our first. Our old infant seat expired, but we'll be purchasing the same one to reuse the stroller. The stroller itself is a bit bulky, but it's also very sturdy and the wheels are great. We never had an issue pushing on gravel or grass. We used ours a lot, and it's still in great shape. I definitely recommend it!"


    • Stroller dimensions (folded): 20 x 11 x 33.5 inches
    • Front wheel diameter: 6.25 inches
    • Rear wheel diameter: 6.25 inches
    • Self-standing fold

    Available at Amazon starting at $99.99

  • Joovy Qool

    Our site Parents' Pick

    The Joovy Qool is one of the most innovative ways to haul kids around that we've seen. It's entirely customizable with add-on accessories, and it can hold up to three children at once (including two infant car seats at the same time). In fact, there are 56 possible ways to ride. The bench seat for older kids (sold separately) is especially nice – you'll be glad for a sit-down option when an older sibling gets tired. (Many similar strollers are standing-bench only for bigger kids.) The Qool has nice features, including an adjustable, telescopic handlebar and front suspension for a smooth ride.

    Heads up

    Like the Britax B-Ready, the Joovy weighs 30 pounds, so this stroller is not lightweight. But considering it can hold 135 pounds of kids, that sturdy frame is definitely worth it. Also, you could spend a small fortune on all the accessories sold separately, including the bassinet, parent organizer, second seat, car seat adapter, and bench seat.

    Parents say

    "Love it! We got the adapter for the Graco car seat and it's awesome. It fits well in the trunk of our Elantra. And while it's a bit heavy, I'm able to lift it in and out of the car no problem. It's really easy to maneuver, too."

    "My husband keeps stealing the Joovy and putting it in his car because he likes it better than the Graco stroller we have! The only thing I didn't like was that we had to order the car seat adapter online, and if you want a cup holder or snack tray you have to buy it separately."

    "I have the Joovy and I love it! Very easy to maneuver, lighter weight than my Graco double stroller. Buying the adapters was the most confusing part, but once we got the right adapters it was smooth sailing. I really like the undercarriage too. We load that thing down when we go places."


    • Stroller dimensions: 39.96 x 24.80 x 40.16 inches
    • Stroller weight: 30.6 pounds
    • Can accommodate up to 135 pounds total
    • Machine-washable seat fabric
    • Compatible with Britax, Chicco, Cybex, Graco, Maxi Cosi, and Nuna car seats
    • Reclining seat

    Available at Amazon starting at $429.99

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