You probably know someone who owns the Baby Jogger City Mini or Baby Jogger City Mini GT stroller. With their easy, one-handed fold, light weight and affordable price, the two models are among the most popular strollers on the market.
Consider these City Mini GT and City Mini alternatives, which share some characteristics but differ in other features, style and price.
The City Mini GT costs $100 more than the City Mini because of several additional features.
The GT adds foam-filled, all-terrain wheels that are more durable than the City Mini's plastic wheels—and as a result, the City Mini is 4 pounds lighter than the GT.
The GT also features a higher weight capacity (65 pounds to 50 pounds), a taller seatback height (26 inches to 23 inches), a hand brake and an adjustable handlebar.
The City Mini and City Mini GT are known for being lightweight, weighing 16.8 pounds and 20.9 pounds, respectively.
If weight is your top priority in a stroller, consider these lightweight strollers. All are as or more compact than the City Mini, with smaller wheels, making them ideal for travel and quick trips.
These strollers have premium features not seen on the City Mini or City Mini GT, such as a reversible seat and the ability to attach a car seat without needing to purchase an adapter.
Most strollers have four wheels for stability, but three-wheelers like the City Mini and City Mini GT offer quick turns and easy maneuverability.
The Agio Z3 stroller by Peg-Perego has three wheels and all-terrain wheels like the City Mini GT.
Most three-wheeled strollers are jogging strollers—and despite the Baby Jogger name, the City Mini and GT are not suitable for jogging. If you're looking for a jogging stroller, consider these options:
Shop strollers similar to the City Mini and City Mini GT below!