Last updated: January 27, 2022

Both the brakes and the folding mechanism are easy to use on the UPPAbaby VISTA. While it can fit with a car seat, the bassinet is comfortable with a breathable mattress. It's also versatile, with the ability to convert to a tandem stroller in multiple configurations.


We looked at the top Strollers and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Stroller you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: A versatile stroller that can fit with a car seat or convert to a tandem.

In our analysis of 46 expert reviews, the UPPAbaby VISTA placed 10th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The 2017 VISTA collection features a new color pallet and hand-sewn premium leather accents that combines both style and durability. The VISTA stroller is the perfect solution for growing families. It accommodates your little one from birth through the toddler years. The versatile design allows for multiple configurations to transport a second or a third child- all while strolling like a single.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Opens and folds easily
The Vista has sandal friendly single action brakes. The brakes are color-coded and have a simple, easy push to set and push to release mechanism.
The UPPAbaby Vista offers an incredibly smooth ride and easy maneuverability.
The VISTA comes with an AMAZING bassinet (yes, whether you want it or not). It’s an industry favorite, and you can use it anywhere and everywhere, including overnight sleeping. It also has a removable, breathable mattress pad with a vented base and mattress for breathability.
This high-end tandem stroller can convert from a single stroller to a sit-and-stand to a double with seats in multiple configurations

What reviewers didn't like

Not suited for rough terrain or inclement weather
The Vista fold is a two-step operation that is easy to perform but requires both hands to complete
Heavy compared with other travel systems
Not good for: Families on a tight budget
It is heavier than the Chicco BravoFor2 and difficult to carry
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