- November 16, 2015
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UPPAbaby 2018 Cruz
It’s obvious that, here at The Baby Cubby, we love UPPAbaby strollers (as seen in our Cubby Picks), but we also just love quality strollers in general, and helping you find the best one for your little one. Today we’re excited to announce our newest arrival in amazing strollers: the UPPAbaby 2018 Cruz!
What do you need to know about the 2018 Cruz models? Well, I’m here to tell you! Let’s just say that UPPAbaby did a good thing with the Cruz and they’ve made it even better. While UPPAbaby offers the Vista for growing families, you can have just as much fun with the latest Cruz models for your little one.
All 2018 Cruz models include the good that already existed in the older models:
- Easy-access storage basket
- Compact fold
- Premium rubberized tires
- Reversible seat for easy adjustments
- One-handed multi recline options
- Telescoping handlebar for parents of all heights
- Toddler seat and bassinet attachments
This mid-sized stroller is simple in design, but has lots of hidden secrets. For instance, even though it’s more lightweight than full-sized strollers, it has a weight capacity of up to 50 lbs for the toddler seat! Weighing in at a total of 21.5 lbs, the Cruz remains light while carrying everything you need.
I love the Cruz because it’s anything you want it to be: a mid-sized no-frills stroller, an adventure vehicle, and the perfect travel system. The Cruz is compatible with the UPPAbaby Mesa car seat (no adapter necessary) and several other car seats to make it the perfect catch-all travel system for you and your family.
The 2018 models include three different color options:
All 2018 models also include a beautiful leather accent on each handle bar to let everyone in the neighborhood know this is your stroller, and it’s one heck of a looker.
Stop in our new store to see the UPPAbaby 2018 Cruz, or check out our stroller gear guides to help you educate yourself on the countless products out there.
Rachel graduated from Brigham Young University in 2014, and now works from home as a freelance writer. Among other things, Rachel enjoys trying new recipes, exploring the world, and reading good books. She currently lives in Arizona with her husband and young son.