Graco Evo XT review

from Graco
RRP  £379.99

by motherandbaby |
Updated on

The Graco Evo XT is a robust pushchair that is great on all terrains, with good suspension.

It’s easy to fold and is suitable for smaller babies as well as toddlers. It has a nice, big basket and the handle is height adjustable. On the downside, the pushchair is cumbersome and perhaps not ideal for getting in and around a busy city, especially using public transport. Its bulk makes it difficult to manoeuvre up and down kerbs but it is great for suburbs and off-road traversing. It’s also expensive but for a well-made, sturdy pushchair – certainly worth the cost.

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Product Information

  • Secure and adjustable 5 point harness that grows with your child

  • Extendable canopy to protect your little ones from the elements

  • Fully padded reversible seat unit, forward or rear facing

  • Three position recline to lie flat

  • Adjustable calf support

  • Useful large shopping basket

  • Lockable swivel wheels with extra suspension and mud guards

  • Compact fold

  • Convenient one hand fold

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