Despite the fact that many people praised this lightweight stroller, I rather think the Graco LiteRider Stroller is just all right. I much prefer the Jeep Cherokee for its all terrain wheels, but if you want to fit Graco car seats, this is the one to choose.
The Graco LiteRider Stroller is light weight, maybe a little heavier than the Jeep, but it does have the one hand fold that is my all time favorite feature, because light weight strollers are meant to be folded and carried with one hand sometimes, e.g. up and down stairs, over rough terrain or into the car, while holding baby at the same time!
Other than that and the fact that it can accept Graco Snugride and Snugride 32 and 35 infant car seats, other features are just ok. Oh, and the basket is good too. It is quite a big and accessible basket for a lightweight stroller.
What I didn’t like about this stroller is just like what other users have mentioned as well, that the tray bangs on the floor when you fold it up. The tray is plastic, so that doesn’t look as if it will last the life of the stroller, especially if you fold it up every day.
Plus. the tray doesn’t open up for you to put baby into the stroller, unlike Graco’s other strollers and travel systems. There goes a designer who imagined all babies stay still when you put them into strollers.
This stroller also only run on pavements and smooth surfaces. Although the front wheels do swivel and have a bit of suspension in them, they don’t handle dirt paths and gravel well enough for baby’s comfort.
Like I said, if you need a light weight stroller that will fit your Graco car seats, the Graco LiteRider Stroller is an affordable option. Otherwise, choose the Jeep Cherokee.