1. Nadia says February 28, 2014

    I love the vista! My onllyyyy complaint is that it tends to be a bit bulkier than the bugaboo chameleon but the bugaboo has almost all the same features– just lower.

    I also think the wave of popularity has hit yet and part of me feels like if I’m spending 700 bucks, people better know about this stroller :-p (joking, a little) haha

    I didn’t really use the bassinet so I regret that too

    I returned the stokke for the vista and happy I did because of the storage…

    I’m a bag lady! If you’re okay with it being bulky, it’s a reliable stroller!

  2. Jackie says February 28, 2014

    Is this stroller REALLY worth over $700? I almost had a heart attack when I bought my BOB, and that was half of this price. That being said, the BOB is great for running and rugged terrain but not as compact for shopping/malls. I’d consider getting something to better suit those trips, but I’m having a hard time justifying the spend on this one?

  3. Nika says February 28, 2014

    I love my Uppababy vista. The only problem I have with it is that I have the 2012 model and I wish it was same weight, and the toddler seat was as big as 2010/2011 models. It is kinda heavy and my daughter is 16months and the seat is kinda smaller then the older model. So I feel like soon she wont fit anymore, and that kinda sucks because the stroller is pricey and I do wish to use it for longer then 18months if I pay that kinda money. Other then that I do love the stroller. I also have the G-luxe and I guess after winter I will have to switch over to it, and let my Vista go

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  5. Jordan says February 28, 2014

    I LOVE the Vista! I think it is possibly the perfect stroller for many people. But we just have no use for the bassinet and because of that I couldn’t justify the price. I seriously considered the Uppababy Cruz but I just didn’t love it like I love the Vista. We actually went with the baby jogger city Versa in the end and I’m happy with that decision :)

  6. Emily Adams says March 1, 2014

    We are 8 months in and used the bassinet for 6 months before switching to the seat. Also, we have a cybex car seat and one of the adapters work for it (I don’t remember which…google it if you want to know). I do not regret spending the money (and it was a lot of money for us…!), i saw my friends purchasing cheaper strollers and having to replace them every year. I’d rather get one nice one that strolls like butter than spend the same amount (after multiple replacements) on crappy strollers. I’ve converted many friends who thought we were ridiculous for spending the money after just pushing ours.
    The bob is great for jogging, I’d never want it as my primary stroller. If you can only afford one (like me) pick which you would use more. I always see bob’s on Craigslist….I think a lot of people but them either thinking they’ll have all kinds of time and energy to exercise after baby comes, hahahaha, or they realize it’s not good for everyday and car trunks. Just my experience.

  7. April says March 3, 2014

    Doesn’t the handle bar rest on the floor when standing? I live in Boston and about this time of year, thinking about putting my hands on a soggy, sandy, salty bar is not appealing. Even the floor of my garage is filthy from all that comes with winter. Did u have a problem with this?

  8. anonymous says January 4, 2015

    if most important requirement of OP is that the stroller be easy to collapse I’m confused why anyone would choose the Vista. We just checked out two of them at the store today and they had the worst collapsibility of any of the strollers we were looking at. Having to push a tab to depress a button on the handle while then pulling a button on the handle and pushing it down is beyond idiotic. Supposedly the 2015 model is going to the same mechanism as the Cruz which is definitely better. Babyjogger is still easier—only need one hand, just lift and it’s done. I really liked the Vista for most of it’s features but the collapse mechanics and he stupid bar in the under basket just make me want to smack whoever designed this thing. It’s like they made so many good parts and decisions on the design and then went “worst in class” with a couple of key features. We were very disappointed.

  9. Jenny says November 5, 2015

    BUYER BEWARE, don’t assume the Uppababy Vista will last you through 2 kids (even though it is HIGHLY marketed for that reason)!!!! My 2010 Vista frame had a major weld completely come off recently. There are some major issues that warrant a BIG warning. The warranty is only for 2 years, although they were willing to stretch it to 3 for this problem (which didn’t help me at all). It can’t be fixed because it’s aluminum and to heat it up would melt everything plastic around it. They are happy to sell me a new frame for a “discounted” $180 but that new frame comes with NO WARRANTY! Seriously – charge a customer a 1/4 of the price you paid for the stroller, send a new frame but if that one fails…too bad for you. My stroller was used for 3 years with my first child, then sat unused for a year until my second child. 10 months into using it again the frame is broken so that it is completely useless. They feel that 3 years is fine because it’s more than most other stroller companies. Well – sorry but they market this to families to service them through at least 2 kids, but they won’t actually stand by your product and replace a MAJOR welding fault for the length of time that stroller is likely to be needed. If the stroller meets and exceeds all the standards of construction like they say, then this must not happen often – even more reason to replace and warranty a new frame for a more affordable cost than $180! I’ve treated my stroller with the utmost care and have sold people on it’s merits many many times. NO MORE. If anyone is asking me about their products now, this is the cautionary tale I will be telling. Very disappointing on so many levels.


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