Mutsy 4 Rider Light Review

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Rating: 3.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)

This lighter weight version of the 4 Rider has sporty multi-spoke wheels and durable rubber tires that make for a lighter total package, front swivel wheels lock with a single easy action. This model has an intelligent click mechanism that enables you to tranform it from a pram into a stroller or to fit a car seat (with adaptor) with a simple, easy movement. It has a unique and easy to engage folding mechanism that is easy to employ with either the cot or seat attached, and large storage basket is always easy to access. The singel-hand adjustable handle bars give a wide range of heights for the comfort of all who push it and is sturdy even at the highest position. Front swivel wheels lock with a single action, a large foot break at the rear is ergonomically designed to be easy to engage for added safety. Quick release wheels have enclosed ball bearings for all-terrain travel. Stroller Seat and Carrycot sold seperately.


  • One-Hand Fold with Automatic Chassis Lock positions stroller for next logical step: placing in vehicle or standing upright head and body, and keeps the head, neck and spine in true or aligned, to limit injury
  • Large Under-Seat Storage can be accessed even when seat is reclined
  • Practical Parent and Child Trays offer deep cup-holders and convenient storage
  • All-Wheel Suspension provides for a smooth ride
  • Adjustable Height Handle is comfortable and ergonomic for all care givers

Additional Info





23 pounds

39.8 x 20.9 x 9.5

Mutsy 4 Rider Light Review3.552

One Review for “Mutsy 4 Rider Light Review”

  1. Hiclasslowrent on June 4th, 2009 at 12:00 am

    We registered at BRU before this product was available here. We went to NYC to check out strollers and have the best selection. The place we went carried ALL of the brands. After wading through them all with all their features etc., we chose this system.At the time, the stroller only came as a base, bassinet, seat combination for a price in the $500’s. If you can afford it, I recommend that all of these be purchased. Also, be certain to get the adapter for – and the – Graco Snugride 32. Also, the seat base and feeding tray attachments are quite helpful.OK the stroller handles with one hand. Can climb stairs easily. Is designed for beach use. Is versatile particularly with the aforementioned add ons. Our son spent the first 6 months sleeping in the bassinet as a secondary sleeping area in our living room if we did not want to carry him upstairs. The seat, base and tray are great for feeding the baby away from home. The car seat attachment is a god send when your child falls asleep in the car. It is great to go to the beach and watch other parents glare at you from the boardwalk as your stride across the beach with the sand beneath your toes.This stroller gets looks. If you are already parent then you know a thing or two about stroller envy. If you are on your way to becoming a parent, you’ll know soon. I only understand this phenomena because as I climb curbs and walk off the beach, I hear husbands and wives say things such as " look at that stroller – we should have gotten one of those." I have never said these things, and am happy not to. I have been followed and observed by parents marveling at what this stroller does to the point that I thought I was being stalked – until they approached me with stories of how bad their stroller [*]!I did not understand what a good stroller this was until I was forced to buy a 2nd stroller for subway use and that stroller [*] too! OK so the Mutsy 4 Rider Light does have its downsides here they are. It is light but bulky even when broken down. This is not a problem in the suburbs or in certain cities. However, we spend a great deal of time NYC and lugging this system up and down the stairs to the subway is difficult. It can be done, but an umbrella stroller works better so we got a well known brand of umbrella style stroller for our city trips and well it [*] when compared to the Mutsy. The umbrella stroller’s only value is how small it is when broken down. (It can fit through turnstiles and revolving doors which the Mutsy has trouble doing.)