Best Buys Reviews & shopping Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine Awards 2011/2012 best 3 wheeler buggy 1 of Ad break Three wheeler buggies and pushchairs are oh-so-chic right now. Their slimmer shapes are perfect for tackling city streets and dads love their macho, off road design. But which three-wheeler buggy is right for you? Find out in our buyers guide to three wheelers. Then check out the best buy three wheelers competing for a Practical Parenting & Pregnancy magazine award. Baby Jogger City EliteThe Baby Jogger City Elite is suitable from birth with multi position recline and adjustable calf support. Large tyres give great all-terrain performance. £389.99 Find out more about best buy value buggies Mountain Buggy SwiftThe Mountain Buggy Swift is compact and lightweight with slim-line, nifty wheels. It's also travel system adaptable. Suitable from newborn to five years. £410 Read our reviews of the Mountain Buggy Swift Britax B-SMART 3 (2011 version)The Britax B-SMART 3 is a sporty, urban travel system that converts easily from a pram to a pushchair and is suitable from birth with a lay-flat position. £329.99 Check out the best buy premium travel systems Continue slideshow > Jane Trider PushchairThe Jane Trider Pushchair has a super compact fold, reversible seat unit and can be used as a highchair - thanks to the height of its seat. £469.99 Find out the best buys in double buggies Out 'n' About Nipper 360 SingleThe Out 'n' About Nipper 360 Single weighs just 8.5kg and is suitable from newborn. It has an adjustable handle bar, padded and hinged bumper bar and spring loaded pedal brake. Read our reviews of the Out 'n' About Nipper 360 Single Mothercare Xtreme Travel SystemThe Xtreme Travel System from Mothercare is perfect for parents who do a lot of walking. it's pneumatic tyres give a comfy ride and the multi-position seat can be easily adjusted to suit your baby. £400 Find out the best buy travel systems under £500 By Daniella Delaney Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums Is this the most heartbreaking new dad pic ever? Booster seat law - UK changes and updates Surprise births: more common than you think? Will primary schools be empty next Tuesday?