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Chicco Liteway® Plus Stroller

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product specification

  • Maximum Stroller Weight Capacity: 40.000
  • Minimum Stroller Weight Supported: 15.000
  • Industry or Government Certifications: Meets ASTM Standards, JPMA Certified
  • Care and Cleaning: Wipe Clean with Soap and Water
  • Stroller Functions: Accommodates 1 Infant Car Seat, Car Seat Attaches Rear Facing, Folds for Easy Transport, Front Swivel Wheels, Reclining Seat, Side Carrying Handle
  • Tire Type: EVA
  • Product Width: 19.500
  • General Material: Steel, Polyester, Plastic
  • Item Style: Baby: Single
  • Includes: Baby Product: Stroller
  • Compatible With: Baby Product: Chicco
  • Product Depth: 35.250
  • Safety and Security Features: 5-point Harness, Locking Wheels
  • Product Weight: 18.500
  • Features: Baby Product: Canopy, Adjustable Harness, Front Swivel Wheels, Reclining Seat, Handle for Carrying When Folded, Storage Basket Beneath Seat, Folds Up for Easy Transport, Compact Fold, Locking-wheels
  • Product Height: 40.750
  • Rear Wheel Diameter: 7"
  • Manufacturer Suggested Age: 6 months and Up
  • Warranty Description: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
Chicco Liteway® Plus Stroller is rated 4.2121 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Happy I bought this less than 4 months ago and I am so unhappy I did. This is my 3rd child so I was looking for something easy and lightweight. The carseat rarely 'clicks in' on the first attempts, takes lots of tries and wiggling, even then i am never quite sure its really in there. My baby seems very uncomfortable with the harness position. The front left wheel doesn't touch the ground all the way and the wheels in general give me tons of trouble, no matter what surface they are on. I love Chicco, but this has been a huge letdown.
Date published: 2015-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best stroller I have ever bought I have had various strollers including the big bulky ones with little cheap plastic wheels (which are just awful in pretty much every way), the tiny umbrella strollers with cheaply made materials (they have their purpose if you don't mind replacing them frequently and kicking the wheels in place all the time when they get stuck) and the big jogging strollers (which are great for some things but not when space is limited). This Chicco Liteway plus is by far my absolute favorite. I was hesitant because of the price but I am so pleased with it. The quality of the materials is totally worth it; I am definitely getting my moneys worth from it. It is compact AND sturdy. Something I was convinced didn't exist. Its light but not so light that I fear it getting tipped over. If my trunk is full, its small enough to fit in the back seat under the kids feet. I love that the back of the seat is adjustable and that it has the five point harness straps to keep the little one seated. Also the under-seat basket is so helpful and surprising large. I can fit the diaper bag in there with no problem. The wheels are great, I have never had them get stuck and the stroller pretty much turns on a dime which is helpful in tight spots like elevators and crowded places. I love that I can also attach the car seat for when baby was too small to sit in the stroller alone and when he falls asleep in the car and I don't want to wake him. The only thing I would change is the size of the sun visor. It is a bit short and really doesn't do much to provide shade from the sun. I have gotten in the habit of draping a blanket over the top and that seems to fix the problem.
Date published: 2015-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My baby isn't due until August. We needed so ething that wasn't bulky so we picked this stroller with a chico keyfit car seat . I set it up and they look great together , it's easy to set up for the stroller and it's the perfect size!
Date published: 2015-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love the none-bulky size! I bought this stroller for my third child after dealing with the bulky travel systems. I researched, as a new, quality smaller stroller was the one thing I wanted new with baby #3. I love the size, the fact it could hold a car seat and the my husband can push without hunching over. I do wish there was a tray attachment option, now that my daughter is 17 months old, as that what I was doing on this website today, looking for one. All in all, I have been very pleased with my choice and would recommend this stroller.
Date published: 2015-04-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great concept, bad front wheels Love the idea of this car seat carrier and umbrella stroller. I bought this with my 3rd child, and now after just over a year we are having troubles with our second one of these strollers. One of the front wheels doesn't always make contact with the ground, very frustrating on a walk it catching the sidewalk and makes the stroller stop abruptly. Love Chicco but I'm not loving this stroller anymore.
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this stroller two years ago when my second child was out of the carrier and in a regular car seat. At the time I had just bought an SUV crossover with an optional third row. The issue was that when I was using the third row, which I need roughly three days a week if not more, my travel system wouldn't fit in my "trunk". I love the travel system convenience of this stroller with the umbrella stroller size. It's heavy duty, light, and fits perfectly in my car. I'm expecting baby #3 in a few weeks and I'm shopping for another because I love it so much! I have not had any issues with this stroller, but I'm a Chicco buyer, almost exclusively.
Date published: 2015-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wish it was a little easier to fold... This is a great stroller and we find it easy to use with out Chicco Keyfit 30 seat. I personally find it a bit tough to fold but it's likely mostly due to weak abs. Once folded, you can hear the locking mechanism click to let you know it is folded securely. I like that! I also like Tthat this is a convertible stroller and we'll be able to use it for years. Heck yes!
Date published: 2014-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great versatile umbrella stroller! I own the Chicco Liteway and love it, but wanted to try this stroller because it has the infant carrier feature that the regular Liteway doesn't. It has pretty much all of the same features as the Liteway, but lacks the multi-position on the leg rest (only 2 positions now) and they did away with the foot muff and removable backpack/bottom storage. The Liteway Plus is lightweight and maneuvers very easily. It reclines almost flat and the sunshade is multi-position with zipper so you can adjust it. I love the infant carrier feature and makes it very versatile for a baby or toddler. I wish there were more color options as black tends to get hot in the summer months. I highly recommend Chicco products for their quality and this stroller is great!
Date published: 2014-12-20
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Rating: 4 out of 5 stars


What it is: This could realistically be the only stroller you ever buy. Chicco’s 2-in-1 starts as a travel stroller for infants, and ends as an everyday umbrella one that will carry your child beyond kindergarten. The conversion is easy-peasy, and you only have to do it once, on the day your baby graduates from the infant carrier. Our favorite touches include the carrying handle, the simple recline feature, and the foot-only collapse mechanism (because who has an extra hand for such things?).


What to watch out for: The Liteway is bulkier and heavier than umbrella-only strollers, and large even when folded, so it won’t fit into the trunk of smaller cars. Although it’s easy to steer, it doesn’t have the glide or shock system of the Baby Jogger City Mini or the Britax B-Agile. The basket is shallow—big enough to stow your purse, but not a larger diaper bag—and we had some trouble with the cup holder popping off and flying across the room during collapsing.


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