Chicco Trevi Stroller Review – Atmosphere

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Rating: 3.0 out of 5 (14 reviews)

The Chicco Trevi is a lightweight, full-featured stroller that is compatible with the KeyFit or KeyFit 30 infant car seats. The matching infant car seat is available exclusively through Babies R Us. Its three dimensional folding mechanism is one-hand activated and provides a very compact fold. A fully reclinable backrest and locking leg rest make it ideal for carrying babies from birth to 40lbs. Independent wheel suspension and large wheels ensure a comfortable ride on rough pavement.

Features

  • Lightweight, full-featured stroller accepts Chicco KeyFit infant carseats
  • Easy and compact fold; one-hand activated
  • Wheels feature independent suspension
  • Fully reclinable backrest is great for newborns
  • Adjustable, removable, water-repellant canopy has a convenient storage pocket

Additional Info

440046

7094C566

049796602449

05061479570070

40 lbs

Light Weight

1

Yes

Sunshade,Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar,Adjustable Canopy

City,Walking,Shopping,Travel

16

16.5 pounds

44.5 x 12.2 x 9.2

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14 Reviews for “Chicco Trevi Stroller Review – Atmosphere”

  1. mom from high desert on September 30th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    compact… easy to fold… better ride..fits key fit 30 car seats… not enaough baggage compartment though.. but over all i would recommend to my friends.

  2. Ina on October 3rd, 2007 at 12:00 am

    Very lightweight very well maneuvers but sun shade is poorly constructed-too small.
    Very comfortable, nice smooth ride, folds really easy.
    My kids are very comfortable in this stroller.

  3. Momof2 on March 16th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I was looking for something lightweight and easy to carry. After it arrived and opened…I’m very disappointed. I consider this as a mid size stroller because it’s heavy (more than 22 lbs.)even for a 6’tall person. After you folded it’s very bulky and not compact at all. I had to returned and changed it with Combi product.

  4. dirt bike mama on April 14th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I spent my entire pregnancy looking for the perfect travel system- I thought this was it but I am disappointed with a few things.
    1. The stroller has a ton of heavy vibration- I thought it was just the store model because of the use but my brand new one is just as bad, even on smooth surface.
    2. The visors on both car seat and stroller are useless- especially if you are using as a travel system you can’t completely “hide” baby.
    3. The stroller is heavier than stated and bulky- I would say mid-sized at best.
    4. When using as a travel system you can’t use the storage basket- it us big enough but impossible to get to.

    I think I will get used to it and baby doesn’t seem to mind the vibrations. It does steer easily and my 6′ husband likes it as well as my 4′ son. I am 5’2” and seem to kick the wheels if I am not careful. If finding a new one wasn’t so intimidating to me I would probably return it.

  5. SavsMom on April 20th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I had done a lot of research in trying to find a compact 3D fold stroller and initially had gotten a Graco Mosaic…big mistake. I returned it and got this one in the extreme print and I love it! It has a parent cup holder as well as one for my daughter. It also fully reclines, has a storage pocket for keys etc on the rear of the sunshade. It folds and unfolds very nicely, takes up minimal room in the back of my SUV. The ride is smooth. Yes, the storage basket underneath is a bit small, however its bigger than most umbrella strollers. I’ve found that if you need a bigger basket – you’ll have to get a bigger bulkier stroller. I rated it a 5 star – due to its folded size and features – you won’t find another compact fold better than this one.

  6. nicole on July 9th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is the worst stroller I have ever used. The visor/canopy was useless from day one. The parent cup holder snapped off and was lost within first months of using. The wheels get locked easily and therefore make pushing extremely hard. Turns are difficult. You cannot push this with one hand (while holding another child’s hand, a bag, coffee, etc.) I wish I had never bought this stoller- a HUGE waste of money.

  7. mom of 5 on July 17th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Used for a toddler; handled smooth and turns sooo easy. My 5 yr old sat in it and it was smooth and still handled great! Nice big wheels; soft and easy to use handles. I didn’t think I would like handles that are apart like these; but these are great! The seat sits up nice and high and just has a great feel to it. Have owned the Graco Quattro; Maclaren Volo, other Graco and Evenflo strollers; and this was the best by far! Wish through all of my kids I had a stroller that was full size and folded like an umbrella stroller. I have never had room for a stroller in the back of my SUV or mini van until now

  8. busy mom of 2 from NY on July 28th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is THE worst stroller I’ve ever bought. I bought this when we went to Disney, I wanted something compact, and easy to store. The stroller is horrible at turns, the wheels get locked all the time. The sun visor/canopy comes off the hinges on the side all the time, and it’s extremely hard to close down.

  9. first baby on December 18th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Even though the stroller looks good, lightweight, easy to fold and works with the car seat for infants, it is not a good long term investment stroller. I was hoping it would last until my baby was at least a year old but by the looks of it, it is never going to make past 8 months. The biggest problem is that the back wheels are getting crooked, squeak and front ones don’t turn well. And I don’t even use the stroller all that much.

  10. Jaime, mom of 2 on December 18th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I got this stroller in the orange color about 4 months ago. I love the stroller, it runs nicely and folds up great. I knew the basket was small, but that doesn’t bother me. This stroller has all the bells and whistles that a larger stroller has and it is lightweight! I love that it reclines and has cup/snack holders. My only reason for giving this stroller 4 stars if the sun shade or lack thereof. It doesn’t protect the baby at all! I can’t believe more Mom’s haven’t mentioned it. I will have to get a bigger shade for the warmer weather.

  11. Tricia on March 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    As much as I love the stroller, it’s nice looking, compact and very leight weight…the seat does not sit up far enough. My daughter is 17 months and it just reclines too much. She likes to be seated straight up….plus when they are reclined that much they have to sit up with no support to reach the snack tray. Terrible that they didn’t add ONE more recline position. Very disappointing…now to find another one 🙁

  12. Just U & Me kid! on May 7th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I bough this stroller as transition from full size and was very excited about it. The recline is good and my son sleeps just fine in it. But, it’s been about a year and I can’t take it anymore. I’m 5’1 and it’s very hard to steer, the grips are way to high for someone my height and makes my shoulders tired. The wheels are always locking making it hard to push. The shady or lack thereof is useless. The parent cup holder snaps off and is constantly lost in the trunk and it’s always to late to go back once you notice its not there, but now it’s just missing. It’s also not that compact. We are pass holders for Disneyland and go at least 3 times a month. I get fed up and rather than try and fight with the stroller to work I end up leaving the stroller in one spot and drag my son around which means I carry a diaper bag and my son! ugg!

  13. lola on May 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I had this stroller in an orange and grey color. I liked this stroller because it strolled very fine and smoothly. It felt and is really sturdy. It reclined all the way and I really loved the reclining lever compared to other strollers that have a string to pull on to recline. The padding looked comfy for my baby. BUT I had to return it because I needed a stroller that was lightweight. This one was pretty heavy and not very compact. It is a tad bit smaller than full sized strollers though. If it woulda been lightweight and a bit more compact I would kept it for sure.

    It is a great stroller but I just needed a lighter one.

    I returned it and bought the maxi cosi perle stroller. It is very light and has more of a compact fold and I am very satisfied with it.

  14. mel on July 5th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have the orange and gray strollers. I am a busy mom with 3 kids. My daughter is 1 years old and she loves the stroller. But thw wheels always get stuck and the basket is way to small and it is tearing. i have already replaced the canapy once because all the wires came out. The canapy doesn’t cover the baby. i had to get another stroller, and this one went to the dump. what a waste of money.