Compare all Uppababy 2017 Strollers!

Uppababy has four beautiful strollers for 2017. The Vista 2017 and Cruz 2017 have been updated significantly! If you are looking for an Uppababy stroller and are unsure of which one would work best for you and your family, use our comparison guide below to find out how each stroller differs from the others.

UPPAbaby Vista UPPAbaby Cruz UPPAbaby G-Luxe UPPAbaby G-Lite
Uppababy Vista 2017 Uppababy Cruz 2017 Uppababy G-Luxe 2017 Uppababy G-Lite 2017
Stroller Weight 26.6 lbs 21.5 lbs 15 lbs 11 lbs
Suitable For Bassinet suitable from birth to 3 months Toddler Seat suitable from 3 months to 50 lbs Suitable to 50 lbs Suitable from birth when used with the Bassinet or Infant SnugSeat Suitable from 3 months to 55 lbs Suitable from 6 months to 55 lbs
Dimensions 25.7″ W x 36″ L x 39.5-42.5″ 22.3″ W x 37″ L x 40.5-43″ H 19.5″ W x 33″ L x 42.5″ H 19.5″ W x 32″ L x 42″ H
Closed Dimensions 25.7″ W x 33″ L x 16.8″ H 22.3″ W x 36″ L x 17″ H 12″ W x 8.5″ L x 42.5″ H 11.5″ W x 7.5″ L x 42″ H
Wheels 8″ / 11.5″ PolyUrethane 6.4″ / 8.5″ PolyUrethane 5.75” 4.75”
Adapts to Fit 3 2
Maximum Basket Capacity 30 lbs 25 lbs 10 lbs 10 lbs
Adjustable Handlebar
Recline 1-handed, 6-position 1-handed, 5-position 1-handed, 3-position
Included Accessories Bassinet Bassinet Bug Cover Bassinet Storage Bag Bellybar Rain Cover Bug Cover Bellybar Rain Cover Bug Cover Cupholder Cupholder
Reversible Seat
Car Seat Compatible Chicco, Maxi Cosi, Graco, Nuna Chicco, Maxi Cosi, Graco, Nuna
Price $839.99 $499.99 $259.99 $159.99
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8 comments

  1. Does the cruz fit the peg perego viaggia carseat?

  2. There is no adapter yet for the Cruz to make it compatible with the Peg Perego seat

  3. I’m a Mommy-To-Be and I’m having difficulty (again) deciding on a stroller.

    I did my research and wanted the uppababy vista. But when I tried it out in store, I was talked out of it because of its size and weight. See, I’m 5’2 and a weakling. I had a hard time lifting the stroller and seeing over it. I was recommended the Cruz and I liked that it was very compact and easy to maneuver. I put a deposit down on it and now having second thoughts. I’m concerned that the smaller wheels on the Cruz will not maneuver well on outdoor terrain (sidewalk, grass, gravel, etc). I need some opinions on the two strollers and whether or not larger wheels make a difference. Thanks in advance!

  4. Congratulations on your upcoming baby- that is so exciting!

    The Uppababy Vista and Cruz are both awesome new born compatible strollers with loads of great features on both. The Wheels on the Cruz is definitely smaller but can still ride on all types of surfaces be it side walk, gravel and rubble. It is not however an all-terrain stroller so if you need a stroller for long walks on all terrain surfaces or snowy or sandy ones, it may not be the right choice. The Vistas wheels are definitely larger and more durable, however, it is a bigger, heavier stroller and not as ideal a stroller for petite moms. In addition, it will be more difficult for you to fold the Vista and put it in your car, whereas the Cruz will be much easier being that it is more compact.

  5. Question… I have a hand-me-down 2014 Mesa infant carseat. Will it fit in my new 2016 Vista stroller without an adapter?

  6. It should

  7. Hi! I have an order vista hand me Down. I think it is 2013 or 2014. I am hating it because of the wheels jamming. I’ve tried the 2015 in store and now as waiting for 2017 but can’t decide whether to get an uppababy or not. Will I hate the new one as well after 2 years of use?

  8. Hi There, I will tell you that there were many upgrades to the 2015 Uppababy Vista including upgrades to the wheels. We have many happy customers who love the Vista 2015 and newer versions. However, I can’t guarantee that there won’t be any issues in a couple years from now as it hasn’t been around long enough.

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