Looking into full-size strollers? Spring is around the corner, and now’s the time to make the decision so you’ll be ready to take a stroll with baby as soon as the weather turns warm.
UPPAbaby Vista V2 and the brand new Bugaboo Fox 5 definitely have differences, but do share some details. If you’re trying to find a full-size stroller, both of these are excellent options. Read on to find out the differences between these two strollers!
Bugaboo Fox 5
The Fox is more compact than the UPPAbaby Vista, and has larger wheels and better suspension. This stroller is also about 4 pounds lighter than the Vista. When the Vista is in double mode, it weighs 32.6 pounds, which is nearly 50% more than the weight of the Fox. Something cool about the Fox is that it has a 2-wheel option, which makes it great for snowy sidewalks or sandy beaches. The canopy is adjustable up or down by 2 inches, which is really really cool - we’ve never seen this on a stroller before until the Fox 5 came around. The Bugaboo Fox is also slightly narrower in width than the Vista. An added perk of the Bugaboo Fox 5 is that the car seat adapter comes along with the stroller, so no need to even spend time thinking about ordering it!
What most find to be the biggest perk about the Vista is that it can hold up to 3 kids at once, with the addition of a second seat and the UPPAbaby Piggyback board (both sold separately). The Vista handlebar is higher up, so it’s better for taller parents. The Vista is great because it starts out as a full-size stroller, and you can turn it into a double when you need. It has a very classy design that people love, and brown full-grain leather accents give a stylish vibe. The stroller measures 26.6 pounds as a single stroller, and 32.6 pounds as a double. The huge, huge storage basket has loads of space for those shopping bags and other stuff.