absolutley fantastic pushchair! not only does it look good-but it's a great pushchair to use.
adjustable handle height-great for me as i'm tall and dont need to bend over to push it.
the seat is lightly padded and comfy and theres loads of room in there! the seat can be removed for cleaning (although this is tricky and should be avoided if possible! as it takes ages)
it has a removeable hood with handy pocket's for storage,
it can be used as a travel system with the maxi cosi and also the dreami carry cot-all of which i've used with it. i also have a matching cosy-toes and changing bag which are readily purchased but not cheap.(unless( i've been told )you have an aubergene older style quinny freestyle-the extras are hard to match)
the shopping basket is big enough to hold a couple of bags full,you can also attach bags via a clip to the handles and its still stable.
it is a dream to push,it has a swivel wheel-all wheels have suspension so its a smooth ride for baby too! it also has a break and bell on the handle-which sounds silly-but once you get used to the break,its strange pushing a buggy without one as it seems insecure.
its stronge and well made, infact my 9yr old daughter sat in it quite comfortably on a long walk once,the buggy didnt show any signs of strain. its Durability is amazing.
it is made of aluminum and i've left mine out in the rain twice now (oops) but it doesnt show any signs of rust ect.
the down falls of the quinny in my opinion are that although its reasonably light-it doesnt fold up small unless you remove the wheels-but you really dont want to be doing this eveytime you go any where! and once folded the wheel touches the hood-which is'nt good if you've been on a muddy walk!
this pushchair is a must if like walking or running in the country or on the beach, but its not for walking about town. the quinny is a REAL SOLID pushchair and is well worth the money, i recommend it-definatly the best pushchair i've owned and i've had a few!!.