The Graco Quattro Tour Deluxe Stroller can hold up to 50 lbs and the aluminum frame is sturdy so your baby can use it from birth until toddlerhood. The seat reclines fully, of course, so baby can sleep during your family outings.
The harness is convertible from 5-point to 3-point, so it’s great as your baby grows up and want a bit of freedom in the seat.
I like the fabric of this stroller. There are three colors and I think Rittenhouse looks totally classy. It’s easy to wipe clean and the whole cover can be taken out to wash. Nice!
It steers well; the front wheels swivel and can be locked. There is suspension on the front wheels so all the little bumps are not felt by baby. But a reviewer pointed out that the plastic assembly that connects the front wheels to the frame is rather flimsy.
The basket is another thing I like. It is big and accessible. When the seat is fully reclined, you can lower the basket to store or take out stuff.
Graco certainly did well to include the one hand fold system to this stroller. I really won’t think it’s a travel system if I couldn’t fold it up with one hand while holding baby in another.
It’s not too heavy to lift, but not lightweight either. A bit bulky for small cars, but it’s a full size stroller after all.
Graco Quattro Tour Deluxe has almost everything you can want in a full size stroller. For its price, it’s totally a bargain!