Comparing the UPPAbaby VISTA V2 and Mockingbird Strollers

Video: The UPPAbaby VISTA V2 vs. The Mockingbird Single-to-Double Stroller SIDE-BY-SIDE Comparison!

When buying baby gear, it can be difficult to decide between similar options! Two AMAZING strollers currently on the market are the UPPAbaby Vista V2 and the Mockingbird. Both of these strollers are modular, allowing you to transform your stroller to fit your needs. With countless accessories, attachments, and configuration options, both strollers offer an incredible way to adapt your stroller as your family grows. Want to use bassinets or infant car seats? Want to turn your baby to face you instead of away? Want a double (or triple) stroller instead of a single? The options are truly endless. But what are the biggest differences between these strollers? We broke them down side by side so you can make the best decision for you and you family! 

UPPAbaby Vista Features:

  • Large and height-adjustable canopy to accommodate taller children
  • Telescoping handlebar for taller parents
  • 27 pounds in single mode; 32.6 pounds in double
  • Sturdy aluminum alloy/magnesium frame- leaving less dents and scratches
  • 30 pound basket weight capacity
  • 50 pound weight capacity for toddler seat, and 35 pound weight capacity for rumble seat (front)
  • 4-wheel suspension
  • 25.7 inch, 2-hand fold
  • $1099 price tag which includes stroller frame, bassinet, bassinet bug shield and storage bag, toddler seat, toddler bug shield and rain shield, bumper bar

Mockingbird Features:

  • Extendable canopy
  • Pivoting handlebar
  • 26.5 pounds in single mode; 35 pounds in double
  • 25 pound basket weight capacity
  • 45 pound weight capacity per seat
  • 2-wheel suspension
  • 34 inch, 2-step button fold
  • $450 price tag which includes stroller frame, toddler seat, bumper bar, and attachable sunshade

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