Silver Cross has been in the buggy business for around 130 years and is a well-known British name, so it’s no wonder so many of you adore the buggies in the range. The Linear Freeway pram system is one of MFM mums’ favourites.
Emma Louise Trotter loves her Silver Cross Linear Freeway because…
“It is not only gorgeous to look at but it is also really comfy for Olivia, too. It is also lovely to push, thanks to the chunky wheels and is excellent value for money. My Linear Freeway came with a cosy newborn liner with soft wrap harness, a luxury footmuff, changing bag with mat and the raincover.
“I walk everywhere and always know that Olivia is happy and comfy in her pram and as you can see by her smile she loves it as much as me!”
Our review of the Silver Cross Linear Freeway has lots more info on the buggy, including prices and colourways.
Sleepy time for Maisie in her Silver Cross buggy
Heather Cruickshank loves her Silver Cross Linear Freeway because…
“It is parent facing and your baby can lie flat in the pushchair. Plus, it has a huge shopping basket. This is Maisie, asleep in her Linear Freeway – she loves it almost as much as I do.”
Wondering whether a forward facing buggy is better than a parent facing buggy or vice versa? Our guide to choosing a forward or rear facing buggy combines all the facts to let you make up your own mind.
It seems like Jo’s son loves to sleep in the Silver Cross Linear Freeway buggy
Jo Laybourn loves her Silver Cross Linear Freeway because…
“It is well built and provides my son with safe and secure surroundings when we are out and about. I used this pram with my first son, who is now 3 years old, and now my second son is using it at only 6 months. I added the luxurious newborn liner to the Linear Freeway when my baby was born and we continue to love it.
“Even after all of its use, our Silver Cross still looks good as new, with months of use left in it!”
Are you planning to take your buggy out and about like Jo? Make sure you read our guide to choosing a buggy for public transport and our advice on buggies for car users.
This little man is adorable in his matching outfit and cap…and buggy!
Kirsty Janette Barnes loves her Silver Cross Linear Freeway because…
“It is a fab pram and keeps my little cool man safe and comfortable.”
Silver Cross’ Linear Freeway buggy can be combined with the Silver Cross Ventura Plus car seat to become a travel system – check out the Linear Freeway travel system review for more info and opinion. To find out what makes a travel system and the different types around, see our buyer’s guide to travel systems.
Leanne’s baby girl sleeping happily in her Silver Cross
Leanne Stewardson loves her Silver Cross Linear Freeway because…
“My daughter Poppy is always so comfy in this pram, whether she is sat up or lying down. This image is when Poppy was only a week old and she is now almost 6 months old and still loving her Linear Freeway.”
Not sure whether your buggy is right for a newborn baby? We explain why your newborn needs a lie-flat buggy.
Tricia proves the Linear Freeway can tackle the snow
Tricia Clark loves her Silver Cross Linear Freeway because…
“Of all the great features it has – a large shopping basket, a car seat that can be attached straight onto the chassis and the pram can be placed forward and rear facing. It also came with a free cosytoes, waterproof cover and matching changing bag. It has been used on all sort of surfaces – stones, cobbles, sand, snow (like you can see in my picture) and through mud.
“I bought our Linear Freeway when my daughter was born and I still use it all the time now she has turned 2. I have nothing bad to say about it, even when I had it serviced and repaired free of charge, the Silver Cross customer service was second to none.”
Tricia loves her Linear Freeway because it is perfect for her lifestyle. Want to find a buggy that matches you? Then read our buyer’s guide to choosing a buggy to suit your lifestyle, where we decode all the buggy lingo for you and give you some top tips on pushchair features to consider.
Do you have a Silver Cross Linear Freeway? Let us know what you think about it below…