PegPerego Vivace & the City Stroller Review
An all-terrain stroller is hard to come by and that’s why you should go with the Peg Perego Vivace & the City. The stroller comes in five colors: Blue Shine, City Grey, Fiat 500, Licorice, and Mon Amour. We’re reviewing the grey one today. It’s fitted for babies from birth to 50 pounds. The PegPerego is compatible with most Maxi Cosi style car seats with the purchase of the Car Seat Adapter “IKCS0018.” It also turns into a Travel System with the use of either the Primo Viaggio 4-35 Lounge or the Primo Viagio 4-35 Nido. You can drive on all terrain thanks to its soft-ride wheels and rear shock absorbers with visible springs and ball bearings. The front wheels can also adjust from locked to swiveling. The seat’s flat recline of the seat provides your baby comfort so they can nap on the go. The stroller has compact folding abilities with the seat secured in either forward or rear positions. The seat has a five point harness and an eco-leather front bar that opens and closes with ease. The large, easy to reach basket that can hold heavy loads and the stroller has a large adjustable UPF 50+ hood with a peek-a-boo window. If you’re looking to use the stroller at night, its high visibility finishes will keep you and your little one safe. I love how far the canopy goes down to cover Riley when he’s in the seat. I enjoy the fact that the seat can be turned to face you or face away from you depending on how you want to seat your baby. It also has a very unique fold as you can fold the seat forward and then use the buttons on the handle to collapse it so it closes firmly. The stroller also comes with winter cover, which is perfect because Riley gets cold easily so he needs extra protection when we walk outside. However, I didn’t like how heavy it was because it made it hard to put into the trunk of my car. Plus, the handle’s height and angle couldn’t be changed unlike other modern strollers.