by Amy Venzke December 01, 2020 4 min read
Now available at Strolleria, the Nuna TAVO Next debuts innovative new functionality, like a magnetized harness buckle, a standing fold and improved suspension, while giving the stroller extra style points with added leatherette details and a redesigned canopy.
Compare the Nuna TAVO and TAVO Next strollers in this video reviewing the differences and similarities, configurations, compatible car seats and more.
The Nuna TAVO Next, released in December 2020, is now available for immediate shipping at Strolleria.
The previous Nuna TAVO has been discontinued, and a limited number of TAVO strollers are remaining at Strolleria while inventory lasts.
At $499.95, the Nuna TAVO Next costs $100 more than the previous model because of its added features and convenience.
While the price for most Nuna strollers increased in 2020, the TAVO Next remains one of Nuna’s most affordable strollers—priced $200 less than the TRIV and $250 less than the MIXX Next, its closest single-stroller counterparts.
TAVO Next: $499.95
One of the biggest differences between the TAVO and the TAVO Next is the length of the stroller: The TAVO Next is 7 inches shorter than the TAVO, which means it takes up less space in your trunk or closet. The weight of the stroller, as well as the weight capacity, hasn't changed between models.
TAVO Next: 23.2 pounds*
TAVO: 24.3 pounds
* Note that Nuna weighs its strollers without the seat insert, canopy and bumper bar.
TAVO Next: 50 pounds
TAVO: 50 pounds
TAVO Next: 28.4"L x 22.4 x 43.7"H
TAVO: 35.6”L x 22”W x 42.5”H
TAVO Next: 28.4"L x 22.4"W x 20.8"H
TAVO Next: 35.6”L x 22”W x 18.5”H
One of the main differences between the Nuna TAVO Next and the Nuna TAVO is the fold. The TAVO Next is 7 inches more compact when folded, thanks to a redesigned rear axle that allows the wheels to retract underneath the frame.
The TAVO Next also stands when folded, making it easier to lift the stroller without having to reach to the floor.
The Nuna TAVO Next offers a smoother ride than its predecessor because of new rear wheels and redesigned suspension.
The back wheels of the TAVO Next are made of rubber instead of polyurethane, giving the stroller a softer ride. While the TAVO also has all-wheel suspension, the suspension has been upgraded on the TAVO Next to give it an easier push.
Along with the Demi Grow, the TAVO Next is the second Nuna stroller to debut an innovative new buckle.
The TAVO Next uses MagneTech Secure Snap, a new technology that uses magnets to easily guide the harness buckle into place.
With the previous TAVO, like most strollers, parents need to insert the two harness straps and two side straps into the buckle in order to secure the child. The magnetic buckle makes life just a little easier on a daily basis, saving time and frustration when trying to buckle a wiggly child.
Nuna strollers are known for their superior sun and weather protection, and the TAVO Next adds one improvement over the previous model.
Both models will give your child the same amount of shade while strolling in the sun, but the TAVO Next has an extendable canopy that zips out to provide extra coverage. The TAVO has a Dream Drape, a black piece of fabric that pulls out of the canopy and zips back in when not in use.
In addition to providing a cleaner look, the redesigned TAVO Next canopy also has two ventilation panels on the sides that bring in the breeze. For both the TAVO and TAVO Next, you can also unzip the back of the canopy and remove the seat fabric to reveal additional ventilation panels.
Black and gray will never go out of style, but Nuna swapped one additional color for another with the introduction of the TAVO Next.
The Aspen Blue color of the Nuna TAVO has been discontinued. Instead, the Nuna TAVO Next comes in Timber, which features a beige canopy with a black seat.
The Nuna TAVO Next comes in these three colors:
The Nuna TAVO Next also includes another change that gives the stroller a more premium look: While the TAVO bumper bar was covered in fabric, the TAVO Next bumper bar features a brown leatherette that matches the handlebar.
Both TAVO strollers are compatible with these car seats:
Unlike any other Nuna stroller, you won’t need any adapters to attach a car seat to TAVO or TAVO Next. Simply recline the stroller seat, and the car seat automatically locks in between the seat and bumper bar. To remove the car seat, press the button on the back of the car seat using only one hand.
Strolleria is a family-owned and operated retailer dedicated to making the baby gear buying experience less overwhelming for parents. If you have more questions about the Nuna TAVO Next or Nuna TAVO, feel free to contact us by starting a live chat, calling 480-442-9433 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amy Venzke is the co-owner of Strolleria, along with her husband. Together, they have a mission to make the gear-buying experience easier on parents. Contact the Strolleria team with questions at email@example.com or 480-442-9433.