Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40 Review – Titanio

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Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (27 reviews)

The Aria Twin 60/40 is Peg Peregos innovative side by side travel system, offering a unique split seat configuration allowing for the use of the Peg Perego Primo Viaggio car seat, and a toddler to ride in comfort. This lightweight stroller folds easily and compactly, and although it now accommodates a car seat and is designed for two children, it still fits through a standard doorway.
Each rider retains his or her individuality with dual freedom of movement harnesses for the security and freedom of each child, as well as dual snack and play trays with cup holders. There are also individual, adjustable and ratcheting hoods. Parents will have room for everything with the large, open and spacious basket. The Aria Twin pushes easily with its all-wheel suspension and swivel front wheels. Its the perfect stroller for parents with children of different ages.


  • Accepts all Graco SnugRide Infant Car Seats, SnugRide 32 and Infant SafeSeat Car Seats.
  • Extended front seat weight limit holds child up to 50 lbs to last past the toddler years
  • Uniquely designed handles make it easier to maneuver
  • Elevated rear seat so everyone gets a good view

Additional Info





90 lbs

Double & Triple



Cargo Basket



26 pounds

30.2 x 29.7 x 9.7

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26 Reviews for “Peg Perego Aria Twin 60/40 Review – Titanio”

  1. lisa on March 3rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    The straps Didn’t fit around my child. She is 34inch straps are to short. The way the strap sit in it easy to come out, not attached to seat. It say for 90lb I don’t see how when one seat is smaller then the other. So one kid is not going to have much room. […]Not a good buy

  2. citymom on March 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I have a 13 month old and a new born. I picked this stroller because it is one of the only ones that holds a toddler and a car seat for the new born. I love it and think that because it is a 40/60 (one seat is bigger than the other) this stroller is not meant for twins but for siblings that are close in age. I also have the single Peg Perego single Pliko and must say that this stroller is much lighter than that and even folds up easier and more compact. The seatbelts may appear to not be attached to the seat but this is actually the way they were supposed to be made and are called “freedom of movement” seat belts. It allows your child to safely move around, and not be strapped to the back rest. Each seat reclines separately to multiple positions all the way down to a laying position and each seat has it’s own very large sun shade. The storage area underneath is very large and accessable. This stroller has special hooks for the Peg Perego car seat but I think that any car seat would fit in the 60% side that is designed to hold the car seat. I would highly recommed this stroller to those with two young children that are not twins.

  3. Crystal on March 25th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller. I originally bought a sit n stand for my newborn and 2.5 year old and it was just to long and bulky. When I saw this the boys were one and three and loved it! They still fit in it and they are 2(27lbs) and 4.5 (36lbs). I haven’t found a door that this stroller doesn’t fit in! Now that we are having our daughter we will put our 2 year old and the car seat in (yet to see how that will be). Also, the 60/40 split is perfect. My 4.5 year old fits in both sides comfortably and they both love the straps that allow them to move around. I think you will like how light it is. I’m 30 weeks pregnant and this is a cinch to get out of my car still! Love this stroller!

  4. R2BOYS on April 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love this stroller because it’s light weight and has a great size basket. The one thing I can’t stand is that the “cup holders” don’t actually hold any sippy cups. The single Aria stroller has real cup holders, but for some reason that design didn’t carry over to the Aria Twin. Other that that, I really love this stroller.

  5. Twinboys mom on April 1st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This carriage is by far the worst carriage i have ever owned. The wheels do not go the way you want them to.. and it gets jammed opening it. I’ve had to replace the trays twice – My boys are under one its not like they broke them… Its a piece of junk. The warranty is junk too.. company did nothing to help the situation.

  6. Calimama on April 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I can not stand this stoller!! I bought because the Graco duo strollers are too big for my trunk:(
    No cupholder or tray for mom, No cupholder for the kids, under basket is very cheaply made!, Straps barely fit my daughter that just turned 2 and is 33 inches tall, Straps do not stay attached, is a beast to turn, and barely gets through door ways. SOOOO over priced!!! with this you dont get what you pay for. If you have a choice get a Graco!! It may not be a PEG PEREGO but who cares!!!

  7. mommy of 2 beautiful kids on April 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    i love this stroller i have a 2 year old daughter and a 4 week old baby boy. i dont get why ppl complain about it so much, u guys just got too high of an expectation. my daughter is 37 inches tall and the straps fit perfectly normal. and i got a peg perego carseat in the stroller and i fit thru any door ways and its easy to push around and lots of storage underneath. and it is worth the money. so stop being so picky people!!!!

  8. Mom of 2 on April 8th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I don’t think ANY stroller is perfect, which is the only reason I didn’t give this 5 stars. If you are looking for a lightweight stroller that maneuvers well and isn’t a beast to push I think this stroller rocks. I first got the Graco Quattro Duo and although it has many great features it is SOOOO heavy and HUGE! I also though that I wouldn’t like a side-by-side, that it would be harder to get through things like doorways, etc. but I have found it to be much easier to maneuver than my Graco. Some things you’ll have to sacrifice for it being lightweight: it doesn’t have a great basket (not terrible though), cup holder is pretty bad, and the snack trays are pretty small. Also, the brake is a little bit tough to put on, but I am used to the foot brake with the other three strollers I own. With that being said, it is the only lightweight double stroller I found that had snack trays at all. Like I said, no stroller is perfect-but this comes pretty close for my needs! If you are looking for a compact double stroller and plan to use it for shopping trips, dog walks, and basic uses I think this stroller is awesome!

  9. jen mom of 3 on April 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I wanted this stroller so bad as the owner of a graco double and a double jogger I wanted something that was not big and bulky. I was so disappointed. The stroller is hard to steer – you have to use both hands and put them as far apart as possible on the handle and even then it is difficult to maneuver. As far as the basket goes you can’t put anything in it or it will drag on the ground. The cup holder for mom is a joke when it is not falling off it is spilling your drink. On one positive note it is light weight and folds up nicely. I was very disappointed by this stroller for me it was a lot of money and now I’m stuck with it.

  10. Mom of 3 toddlers on April 21st, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We have had this stroller for two years and have used it with our twins. The best thing about this stroller is that it is lightweight and folds up easily. The basket tore off within the first couple of months of use. It fits through doorways, but it is not good for shopping. You cannot make it through a store without the children reaching out and taking clothes off of the racks. It is easy to push as long as you are going straight, but the wheels slide when you make turns. I was very excited to get this stroller after doing a lot of research, but overall I am not satisfied. Maybe if the price would have been less!

  11. Taryn on April 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Let me start by saying that I did tons of research for weeks and took numerous trips to the stores to find a double wide stroller for my two year old and two month old. I looked at both running and umbrella styles. I wanted to get a stroller in the $200 range. Most of the strollers I looked at were heavy, bulky, too wide, didn’t steer well, cheap fabric, awful canopies, purely made, and didn’t folded up well. This stroller is sturdy, well made, has seats that individual fully recline, has large individual adjusting canopies, individual food trays that can be taking on or off, large individual storage baskets, well made fabric, folds up in seconds and opens up just as quick. It is completely flat when folded up enabling you to fit it into small area and has a convenient handle for lifting. It has a very cool 60/40 feature that I have not found in any other model. The 60 side can be used for an older child to give them more room. The other very very cool thing is if my two year old sits in the 40 side (which she fits in fine) my infant car seat clicks right into the 60 side. On the manufactures description it says for Peg-Perego car seats only. I have a Graco one and it fit perfectly! This feature makes it like you have a double wide stroller that is also a travel system on one side. It came fully emsembled and ready to go. Spend the extra money. This one is worth it.
    One thing I would say is because it is a 60/40 I won’t recommend it for twins or children close to age. It will still work fine but one side is visible bigger than the other.

  12. Dillon and Jason's Mom on April 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    My kids are two and seven months. The 60/40 combination is perfect for them. The sun-shades are wonderful and the seats are padded on the sides, so my little one doesn’t hit his head on the metal poles when he leans to one side.(Like he did on the Graco model)The basket holds my diaper bag, since there’s no divider.

  13. tara mother of two on April 28th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I am a mother of a special needs child and a infant. This stroller worked great for both of them.It has a 5-point harness which kepts my special needs toddler very secure. Its lightweight and I feel it was well worth the money.

  14. momof3withastrolleraddiction on May 13th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I had no problems with aria twin. In fact, I sold mine thinking I would not need a double anymore and am now purchasing this one again. I have owned 5 double strollers, including the graco duoglider(which went back after 3wks). This was my favorite

    First off, for those who have complained that the harness didn’t hold their kids back, it was not designed to. If you go to the peg perego website, they specialize in the freedom of mov’t harness. Basically, it’s a 5pt but it’s only bolted down at the hips allowing your child some freedom of mov’t to move their shoulders. This has made my kids very happy. Also, it’s not the stroller’s fault if your kids are pulling things off the racks. Strollers are not cargivers.

    Some complain that it gets caught in the grass and other soft surfaces. This stroller was not designed for that. Again, check the website. This stroller was designed for malls and stores. Smooth surfaces. In fact, I spoke to the company who was surprised mine had no issues after 5 days of theme parks. It wasn’t made for uneven pavement. It’s purely a mall/store stroller. It’s lightweight.

    My kids never cared about the snack tray not holding a cup. They never put them in there anyway. My kids put their cups next to them in their seats.

    The perfect accessory for this stroller are the peg perego baby bags. All the strollers have little clips for their bags to attach to. Best feature in the world. I love my peg bag on my peg strollers. Puts the bag in a good handy spot without taking up the basket. I have loaded my basket down with shopping bags no problem. The basket isn’t heavy duty, as the stroller is not heavy duty. It’s not made for baby bags which typically weigh about 10lbs+.

    Maybe I got a really good one but mine was able to be steered with one hand. I held in the center and could push one handed easily. I had no problems turning it or going through doors. This stroller is no wider than a standard wheelchair.

    This stroller folds extremely flat and is easy to pick up and handle. It fits just about everywhere. I don’t know how the other mom couldn’t open the stroller. It’s pretty simple. You lift two tabs and it opens on it’s own. Did I mention I bought mine used? It was a 2004 and I used it in 2008. No problems.

    I sold mine when my son got to be 3 but he has special needs and, at the age of 4, still relies on a stroller. He has a wheelchair stroller but often, it’s just me and him and the baby. I am buying another one this week.

  15. Crowder Mom on May 26th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I had read alot of good reviews on Peg Perogo and THOUGHT I was going to get a great product. I have an infant and toddler. It was SO difficult to steer. It works great if you want to just go in a straight line. I had to fight w/ the darn thing to turn. The cupholder is useless. The basket was subpar. Also, the seat adjustment was a strap w/ a clip. It wasn’t easy to adjust. What I did like about it was that it was lightweight, easy to open/shut. I tried to make it w/ it, but I sold it to a consignment shop.

  16. giselled on June 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Great Stroller, light weight, easy to open and fold. Very comfortable. My two girls ride very happy!
    The break is a little bit hard to use, but everything else is perfect!

  17. liz on June 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    The 2008 version of this stroller is great. my kids (2 and a half and 8 months) fit together so nicely (and they are both big for their age). the seats are comfy and the shades are a nice size. I think it is especially easy to steer, fits through all doorways and is lightweight. The only negative is the handbrake…its kind of difficult to turn. Overall, i would definitely recommend it. Absolutely worth the money!

  18. mom of four on June 12th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This is so easy to steer compared to my tandem stroller. I love how the straps give my toddler freedom to move, yet she is safe. My infant car seat fits great even though it’s a different brand. My only cons which aren’t big deals are the cup holder is worthless and the basket could be bigger.

  19. soon to be a mom of two on June 22nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love the stroller. VERY light and not bulky.

  20. Mom of two under two on June 23rd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This stroller is worth every penny. My infant has a Graco carseat that fits perfectly. My 16 month old daughter loves the snack tray. I don’t miss the space for a juice cup because she needs the cup tied on anyway. She was also able to take an hour long nap while I shopped because I could lay her seat down. That is a feature the front to back strollers do not have. I have been to several malls and never had a problem with the width. I can steer with one hand because it is so light! My huaband was able to fold and ufold it without any instruction from me. I tell everyone how awesome this stroller is!

  21. char on July 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I like the size of this stroller, but it’s very difficult to manuever. Lot’s of storage underneath. The cup holder broke off very soon after I purchased it. Doesn’t fold up very smoothly or very small. I have had a very hard time turning it or pushing it from a stopped position. Better to get a stroller with the middle set of wheels. My husband and sister HATE it and refuse to push the kids. I can’t wait to get rid of it and buy something better.

  22. mom of 2 on July 15th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Great stroller. Easy to steer, lightweight,fits through all doorways and love that it holds my Graco infant seat. Only negative is for the price it should have parent cupholders (the cheap one they included fell off on our first trip).

  23. mother of 3yr old and 1yr old on August 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    At first I thought this stroller was AWESOME! Bought it for a vacation. It worked well for that trip and that was about it. The cup holder broke after the first week. The steering was also easy for the first week and now it is SO hard to push and turn. I have now had it for about 9months and it looks and works like it is 15 years old. Hard to clean!!

  24. Mommy of Twins on August 6th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    This was my first stroller and I was really excited about getting a peg! I do love the ease with which it opens and closes and the sturdy construction of the sun visors. However this stroller can not make turns. Double stollers are big and you need to be able to turn them easily. My second problem with the stroller is that one of the seats is smaller then the other. I know this is to provide a place for a baby seat but i have twins and they are the same size. This feature seems appropriate only for older and younger sibling combos. I had to purchase another stroller!

  25. juliberso on August 10th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Great product, we are so happy!

  26. Mommy of two on August 27th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    I love everything about this stroller. I recommend it to anybody that has two children. My 2 year old loves sitting next to her baby sister. It manuevers so easily and folds up very easy. I love how light weight it is. I love this stroller.