Maclaren Quest Pushchair review

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Maclaren Quest Pushchair

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Lightweight yet sturdy, the Quest represents a solid buying choice. Suitable from birth and with several seat positions, it’s a good option for toddlers too.

Maclaren pioneered the concept of lightweight buggies and its well-designed range has enjoyed enduring popularity for good reason. The Quest is no exception, combining lightness and practicality with a decent level of comfort. This lightweight pushchair looks and feels high quality and it’s easy to change the seat angle and push over different terrains.

The Maclaren Quest Buggy is lightweight, folds easily and is suitable for children from birth up to three years (or 15kg).  It has loads of storage space although it’s difficult to access the basket when the seat is reclined. The buggy has good manoeuvrability and steers easily across different terrains – it’s great for ‘on the go’ travelling. It also comes with a rain cover and is fitted with a nifty carry handle. Maclaren is a trusted, trendy brand and although the product is pricey, it delivers on quality.

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This lightweight pushchair looks and feels high quality and it’s easy to change the seat angle and push over different terrains.

It’s very simple to open and fold up, too. The straps are easy to fasten and adjust but our testers found the harness a little stiff to use. The ride seemed quite bumpy at times, though, and when the seat was reclined to maximum, the brake mechanism was hard to access, as was the storage. It folds compactly, has a carrying handle and we also like that the seat has four recline positions. Overall the Quest in a good solid pushchair that’s easy to use and represents good value for money. Weighs 6.1 kg

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Maclaren Quest Pushchair

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