There are moms who are fans of the pram. They adore these products so much that they have to take them along wherever they go. Peg Perego strollers are quite popular among parents.
Our model of Peg was the Pliko (P3) which is what is still around today. I really liked how the Primo Viaggio car seat securely clicked into the stroller, and having the option of infant lying flat in the stroller or up in the car seat in the stroller while traveling.
The Peg Perego stroller managed ok on the roads, but it definitely wasn’t as smooth a ride as our jogging stroller or Uppababy would have been. However, the smaller size of the Peg was great for restaurants.
Peg Perego makes excellent prams & accessories and they have excellent customer service as well. When I needed a replacement part (lost instruction manual, our basket ripped and a hubcap thing fell off one wheel) a quick phone call and it was in the mail the next day.
Peg Perego Book 51 XL Modular
Peg Perego Pliko P3 and Pliko Switch look like great strollers for today’s traveling parent who doesn’t want or need to purchase a big everyday stroller and a secondary lightweight stroller for travel. The lighter weight limits and non-extendable handles can be deterrent though for some families. But most parents like Peg Perego travel systems.