City pushchairs need to be slick and ready to handle the stop/start nature of city life. Narrow aisles and nippy alleys can sometimes be tricky to navigate, but a city suited pushchair should make your life easier with its small footprint and nimble wheels.
Whether you're on the look-out for a stroller or a pushchair that will be suited from newborn, we've hunted out the top 10 city slickers on the market at the moment.
The slimline frame and narrow wheelbase of the Cruz lends itself to the narrow city streets and gangways of public transport. This compact pushchair is suitable from birth with the UPPAbaby bassinet carrycot and offers all the features of a full sized travel system in a compact package. There's also plenty of room for shopping in the super-sized basket! RRP £529.99
With so much going on in your busy city lives already, sometimes simpler is better. The Maclaren Quest is a simple but quality umbrella fold stroller that looks classy as well as providing a comfy ride for baby around the city. The light frame can be folded in an instant and slung over your shoulder to carry. RRP £225
At just 6.45kg the City Tour is a fab pushchair for on the go city life and city breaks. Its tiny fold concertinas down into its very own backpack style travel bag, so you can carry or push with ease! With a seat suitable from 6 months plus, the city tour offers comfort and space for your child to nestle in whilst you browse the shops and carry out errands. RRP £249.99
The Nano 2016 is the perfect travel companion for parents with small children. Its tiny fold, impressively large lie flat seat, and adaptability means that it can be used from birth all the way up until you no longer need to push your child in a pushchair. The nimble wheels will navigate around the tightest of obstacles making it a perfect city companion for you and your child. RRP £249
This brand new updated model of Bugaboo's favourite urban pushchair is perfect for city life. City dwellers have favoured the Bee for many years due to its from birth capabilities and nifty fold. The clever seat has a height extendable back to enable the pushchair to grow with your child. RRP £566
With the 0+ package, the lightweight and narrow framed Babyzen YOYO+ can be suitable from birth. The 0+ option means that baby can be facing you and then the seat can be used in forward facing mode when baby is old enough to sit up and watch the hustle and bustle of city life. RRP from £369
The ideal pushchair for parents with toddlers that travel or visit cities. Its compact size means that it can be stored neatly in the car, without taking up much room, and the ingenious fold mechanism makes it quick and easy to operate one handed. The simple but unique styling makes sure that it turns heads and it manoeuvres perfectly over smooth city terrain. RRP £175
The iCandy Raspberry looks great and functions like a dream in the city streets. The roomy seat and stretchy extendable sun canopy means baby will be riding in comfort whilst you stroll. With the chassis and seat unit weighing only 8.4kg, it makes it ideal for use on public transport. The fold is compact and you can use the handle to wheel it or throw over your shoulder. It is also has a smooth ride for your little one with the suspension on each wheel. RRP £420
If style is your thing and you're looking for a city living pushchair then the GB Maris will be the one stop shop for you - this innovatively designed, lightweight and sleek looking pushchair is suitable from birth upwards and really looks the part. The clever fold is effortless and the smooth rolling wheels can navigate public transport and department stores easily. The Maris oozes quality and glamour. RRP £550
This light as a feather pushchair weighs under 5kg making it simple to fold and sling over your shoulder when you need to jump on the tube or bus. The multi position recline and super sized sun hood mean that baby can be comfortable whether wide awake or fast asleep. The single step shoe-saver brake is easy to pop on and off at crossings and in shops. RRP £120
Are you a city dweller or do you just like visiting the city? Which pushchair do you use?