Bugaboo has today officially unveiled new and improved versions of two of its iconic pushchairs. Introducing the Bugaboo Fox2 and Bugaboo Donkey3!
The second generation of the Fox - the iconic Dutch brand's all-round hero - has upped the performance stakes further with its all-terrain suspension and lighter-than-ever design, and addressed a small niggle with a more intuitive fold button.
Parents who have bemoaned the lack of a peekaboo window on previous Bugaboo models will be delighted with the new addition on both the Fox2 and Donkey3. It's huge, and part of a fresh look for the hoods that includes additional ventilation and updated colours.
The overall aesthetics on both pushchairs are more premium, with a sleeker look to the hardware and fabrics. Look out for new handlebar grips and wheels caps and lighter wheels.
The Bugaboo Donkey3 is still nippy and compact for a relatively spacious side-by-side double, fitting neatly through standard doorways, and the redesigned wheels make it lighter to push and lift. It is easier than ever to complete the clever conversion from Mono to Duo mode that sets the Donkey apart.
Like the Fox2, the Donkey3 has extra storage in the form of two handy pockets on the carrycot.
Bugaboo has been considering sustainability factors too, and has committed to a new initiative to reduce packaging, ensuring all pushchairs arrive in a single box.
The latest Bugaboo models are available from 1st April, the Fox2 priced from £979 and the Donkey3 from £1,039.