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Oh wise and all knowing MNers, I need a pushchair that....

(6 Posts)
ShouldDoZombieKilling Sun 09-Oct-11 22:03:20

will fit in the boot of an 08 plate corsa - we currently have a silver cross pop but it is too long, a first wheels city elite but it is way too big, a silver cross (cannot remember which one - from 5 years ago!) but again too big!
Also if it could fit into the very small boot space of the Cmax grande when all 7 seats are in use that would be an added bonus.
DS is 10 months if that makes a difference?
TIA

Grumpla Sun 09-Oct-11 22:07:39

Quinny Zapp will fit in a bike pannier if necessary! But it doesn't recline - though DS still sleeps in his.

They are short with annoying rattly wheels, although quite good to steer and push.

Tiggywunkle Sun 09-Oct-11 22:12:05

I have two small fold pushchairs - the Maxi Cosi Noa and the Emotion Xtreet. I don't know if I would use either every day but they are both fab for holidays, or outings where we need boot space. The Baby Jgger City Mini or B-Agile are more everyday pushchairs and I would be surprised if they didn't fit ( the wheels could also be popped off). I have also had a Leebruss Takeoff which was good too. I have a Senzz here that's quite small.

ShouldDoZombieKilling Sun 09-Oct-11 22:25:48

Thank you - would prefer one that can be used everyday and will be comfortable for DS - he really loves the city elite but there is no way it will fit in the boot!

Will go and google your suggestions now!
Thanks - any more ideas gratefully accepted?

Does anyone have an M&P Ora as that was recommended as quite a good size when folded?

RockChick1984 Sun 09-Oct-11 22:37:57

Smallest I know of is petit star zia, it folds up to such a dinky size but is more substantial when folded than a stroller.

Tiggywunkle Sun 09-Oct-11 22:51:42

I was just googling the Mamas and Papas Urbo and that apparently fits in a Corsa.

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