Every couple is different; each have their own lifestyle and hobbies and once you embark upon parent hood there should be no compromise. Whether you’re hopping around the city or off for long walks in the countryside, the Maxi Cosi Stella is designed to take you anywhere. After taking the Stella through its paces, we’re ready to give you a full run down on all that is great about this stroller.


Firstly lets talk about the frame which I think really sets this stroller apart. The shock absorbing tyres make the Stella perfect for all terrains and unlike many other all terrain strollers, the wheel base is only 55cm wide so you will have no problem manoeuvring the Stella around. The front two wheels can we fixed or swivel for the most comfortable driving and all four wheels are easily removable for maintenance or storage.

When storing the Stella, whether it is in the boot of the car or in the house, in just a few simple steps the frame can be folded. It isn’t super compact but it certainly isn’t a large frame and if you do need extra space, as I mentioned before the wheels are easily removable.


The Stella is suitable from birth when the seat unit is lay flat however it is also available with a matching carrycot. The carrycot creates a really snug protective environment from birth and is foldable so once your little one is ready to move into the seat unit, it is really easily storable.

The seat unit is suitable up to approximately 3 and a half years old, meaning the Stella is sure to provide your toddler with maximum comfort until they’re ready to stand on their own two feet! The large hood will provide protection and the bumper bar can be easily removed to get your little one in and out quickly.


The Stella is also compatible with the car seat of your choice whether that is the Maxi Cosi Cabriofix, Pebble or Pebble Plus. The car seat attaches really easily with the addition of adaptors and provides a quick and easy solution for short trips, especially if your baby is sleeping and you don’t want to wake them!

As well as all of the great features this pushchair offers its is also available in the most beautiful colours, for those of you who love bold colours the special edition designed by Edward van Vliet is absolutely stunning or for something a little more subtle Black Raven, Concrete Grey and Watercolour Blue are also available either way, you’re sure to find the one that is perfect for you!


Take a closer look at the all-new Maxi-Cosi Stella pushchair range here!