Maxi-Cosi Loola review

from Maxi-Cosi
RRP  £300.00

by motherandbaby |
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Compact, affordable, and full of great features this pushchair is easy to use and steer but is surprisingly heavy despite its compact size

A versatile new version of this popular pushchair, which has now been updated to now take a standard or folding carrycot or a choice of Maxi-Cosi’s excellent range of Group 0+ car seats. The Loola is easy to steer, but its weight is on the hefty side for a relatively compact pushchair.  Our testers felt it would be better with bigger wheels, as it’s better suited to smooth ground rather than rough terrain at present. 

The simple folding mechanism and large extendable hood work well although we weren’t keen on the design of the bumper bar and handle.

The Loola’s small size means its perfect for city living and you can steer it with one hand so you can easily nip through busy crowds. You can fold the pushchair without having to remove the seat, so ideal it’s for public transport and the compact build suits smaller homes. To sum up, it’s an affordable and well-designed pushchair that works well for both baby and toddlers.

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Maxi-Cosi Loola

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