We found two that fit, one was a Mothercare branded one and the other was the Mama's and Papa's Aria.
We have gone the the Aria as the Mothercare one seemed to a bit flimsy. We have also got the Mama's and Papa'a Prima Viaggio (spelling???) car seat with the fixing base.
One word of warming though - You may have problems getting the single Aria push chair as it is not a standard catalogue item. Only the double ones are in the catalogue, but the stores get sent odd batches from the manufacturer, hence you cannot order them. All you can do is keep checking with your local store for when they get some in.
The Maclaren Volo fits in the boot diagonally if you remove the parcel shelf. The advantage is that other things can be fitted in the boot arount this pushchair because it is so compact and light. Well made too....
My wife after leaving a company car scheme has opted to purchase a Mini Cooper, having a 3 month old baby it was not the most practicle option in my opinion. After a test drive I changed my mind due to safety features on the Cooper.
This led on to the how to transport the kid around in it.
We currently have a Mamas & Papas MPX chassis & travel system (car seat, cot, chassis, pushchair etc.) and were informed that M & P sell a pushchair called Aria Advance which would be compatible with the M & P kit already purchased (car seat, footmuffs etc).
These pushchairs can be purchased through " The Pram Centre" across from the Barras Glasgow.
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