Chicco Bravo Air and Bravo LE Full Size Stroller FULL Review & Comparison

We know choosing the right stroller for your family can be a daunting task, especially when choosing between similar strollers that have a few minor differences. The Chicco Bravo LE and The Chicco Bravo Air are very similar but they do have some key differences. We are going to break down these strollers in the post to better understand the Bravo line and help parents choose the right Bravo for their family.


Both the Chicco Bravo Air and Bravo LE have the same dimension of 35.5″ L x 21.75″ W x 43″ H and they all weigh 23lbs. They both have a weight capacity of birth to 6 months to 50lbs. Parents will be happy to note that they all have an easy one-hand fold, auto-positioning wheels, and a self-standing compact fold.

Accepts a Car Seat

Travel System

The Chicco Bravo Le and the Bravo Air accepts all Chicco infant car seats with secure, click-in attachment via the child tray.


As far as maneuverability goes they both have all-wheel suspension and front swivels for a smooth ride. They both have a three-position height-adjustable handlebar so they can both accommodate any height parent. All in all, parents will get the same excellent maneuverability with both the Chicco Bravo LE and the Bravo Air.


Parents will find the same large adjustable sun canopy on both these strollers, with the Bravo Le having an extra pop-out visor! Both of these seats have a detachable one-piece backrest and detachable canopy to leave behind when using both these strollers as a travel system. While they both have comfy reclining seats, the Bravo Air has a breathable 3D AirMesh backrest with airflow channels for improved ventilation for your little one not found in the Bravo LE. The Bravo Le however has a removable reversible seat pad insert not found in the Bravo Air.


Both the Bravo LE and Bravo Air come with two cup holders and a storage compartment. The Bravo LE has a plastic parent tray for more storage while the Bravo Air has the parent tray with cup holders and zippered storage. They both have large under-seat storage baskets!


The Chicco Bravo LE retails for $249.99 while the Chicco Bravo Air retails for $229.99

Compare the Bravo Air and the Bravo LE

Chicco Bravo Air Chicco Bravo LE
Dimensions35.5″ L x 21.75″ W x 43″ H35.5″ L x 21.75″ W x 43″ H
Folded Dimensions16″ L x 21.75″ W x 28″ H16″ L x 21.75″ W x 28″ H
Weight RangeUp to 50lbsUp to 50lbs
Car Seat CompatibilityAll Keyfit & Fit2All Keyfit & Fit2
Adjustable handlebarYesYes
Handlebar Height3 Positions (36.5″,39.3″,42″)3 Positions (37.5″,40″,42.5″)
Parent TrayYesYes
TireEVA Foam EVA Foam
Seat Recline Yes Yes
Leg Rest Position 11
canopy3 Pannel Extendable Mesh/w Peek-A-Boo window3 Pannel Extendable Mesh/Pull Out visor/w Peek-A-Boo window


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