10 of the best 3-wheeler buggies

From robust all-terrain pushchairs (ATPs) to nippy urban buggies, there's currently so much choice when it comes to 3-wheelers. Here's our pick of the 10 best all-terrain strollers and 3-wheelers, for heading outdoors or hitting the shops...

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  • Is there a 3-wheeler buggy for you?

    Yes, there is! Once upon a time, 3-wheelers were seen solely as off-road buggies. Now, 3-wheeler pushchairs are more diverse. You still have those designed for tackling tricky terrain, but there are buggies just tapping into the stylish, futuristic 3-wheeler look. And then there are those built solely with urban streets in mind.

    Want something that can tackle the rugged outdoors (an ATP), or just dream of a city-friendly 3-wheel option? Click through to see our pick of top 3-wheeler buggies…

    And finally, don't spend a thing until you read our step-by-step buyer's guide to 3-wheeler buggies!

  • Mountain Buggy Swift, £349

    One of Mountain Buggy’s best-selling prams the Swift first came on the market back in 2010 and has now been updated with a lighter frame (9kg), more compact fold and new colours.  An all-terrain 3-wheeler, the Swift is travel system compatible and can be used with either a carrycot or car seat.

    The Swift is sturdy and durable, but still manoeuvrable and light to steer and push. It also boasts a compact stand fold with quick release wheels and can be fitted with Mountain Buggy's freerider board for older children .

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  • Baby Jogger City Mini, £269.99

    Weighing in at just 7.6kg, the Baby Jogger City Mini is a lightweight 3-wheeler buggy.

    It’s easy to fold to a virtually flat position, with just one hand required to activate the quick-fold system. It's also travel system compatible.

    The Baby Jogger City Mini handles well – and as our reviewer and her baby discovered, it can even deal with snow and ice!

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  • Mothercare Xpedior 3 Pushchair, £250

    Mothercare’s Xpedior 3 Pushchair is a complete travel system which has a premium look and feel for a tiny price, and is suitable from birth.  

    It can be used in forward or rear facing mode, has great suspension - which means a comfy ride for your baby - and the front wheels allows it to glide easily over smooth surfaces, although this buggy is also available as a traditional four-wheeler.

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  • Phil & Teds Vibe, £549

    A versatile 3-wheeler buggy, the Vibe can be used as a single pram or as a double inline buggy (add double kit for £129), in fact it has a total of 23 different seating positions.  

    With chunky wheels, durable fabric and adjustable suspension it can tackle any terrain, is easy to manoeuvre, and gives a smooth ride.

    It also offers decent storage and can be used as a travel system, with our reviewer calling it "a real joy to push".

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  • Out 'n' About Little Nipper, £239.95

    The most compact 3-wheeler in the Out 'n' About buggy collection, perfect for adventurous outdoorsy parents who tackle parks and public transport on a daily basis.

    It’s also comparatively narrow (57.5cm), with a small turning circle, which is great for buses and lifts, and weighs less than 8kg. Travel system compatible, it can be used with car seats and also turned into a newborn pushchair by adding a carrycot (£130). Our reviewer loved the simple design and just how comfy and light this buggy is.

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  • Jané Trider, £495

    The chic Jané Trider is a comfy, cosy and smooth ride for your little one, says our reviewer, with its three large all-terrain, puncture-proof rubber tyres and adjustable suspension.

    The Trider’s high seat position is designed to raise your child above car-fume height, and allows the pushchair to be drawn up to a table and used as a highchair - handy in a restaurant.

    The frame will stand unsupported on its end to save space once folded and quick-release wheels can be removed for an even more compact footprint (this takes the folded size from 70cm x 60cm x 39cm down to 65cm x 48cm x 30cm).

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  • Cosatto Giggle 2, £450

    If you are looking for style as well as substance then you have found it with the Cosatto Giggle 2.  A chic-looking 3 wheeler, the Giggle 2 is the latest addition to join the Award winning Cosatto Giggle Family and comes in a range of eight designs, including the groovy New Wave, fun Flamingo Fling, and modern Pixelate. 

    The funky 3-in-1 travel system is ideal for city life, boasts a free matching changing bag and cosy toes, is easy to fold and includes a whopping 4-year guarantee so it certainly will grow with your little one.

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  • iCandy Peach All-Terrain, £640

    An all-terrain version was always the next step for British brand iCandy to add to its ever-popular Peach range. 

    Launched at the start of 2015, the three-wheeler iCandy Peach All-Terrain comes in two colours - Toucan (Jet black with electric yellow piping) and Sneaker (Grey with vibrant coral piping).

    It is pricey at £640, plus an extra £195 if you want to add a newborn carrycot, but iCandy's renowned manoeuvrability, robust frame and stylish look are all hallmarks of its new three-wheeler.

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  • Britax B-Motion 3, £255

    If you want a sturdy and versatile pushchair that will last you a long time and is really easy to fold this could be a great system. It can also support itself freestanding, which is great for storage, and has an easy fold system, which our reviewer loved.

    At 58cm wide, it should fit through every doorway, and it has a good amount of storage. 

    This buggy scored five stars for its folding, ease of pushing, and durability in our test, making it great value for money.

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  • Koochi Pushmatic, £180

    Launched back in 2013, Koochi is the new urban, street-cred baby and toddler line created by Bolton-based children’s brand Cosatto and it's easy to see the family resemblance with the distinctive designs - no boring black here.

    Koochi highlights the Pushmatic's mini 6.7kg weight as being its standout feature, and our reviewer loved this featherweight lightness. But it doesn't compromise on substance and tackles tricky terrain easily with its front and rear wheel suspension.

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