Britax Debuts the B-Agile 4

There is a new four-wheel stroller from Britax hitting the streets soon! The B-Agile 4 is the beloved B-Agile stroller but with the four wheels that some parents feel that they MUST have!

It has the same lightweight, aluminum frame, one-handed fold, easy push, large canopy and all-wheel suspension, but the B-Agile 4 rolls on FOUR wheels. It will be available in Slate (gray) and Fossil Brown at the end of June and will retail for $279. A Baby Gizmo video review will be coming soon! Stay tuned!

Screen Shot 2014 06 09 at 4.32.55 PM 244x300 Britax Debuts the B Agile 4

Comments

  1. Angela says

    Hello! I am about to buy the new B-Agile 4 wheels but do you think it is suitable for long walks in the park? Thanks!

  2. Roxanne says

    I know, Sofmeca. This stroller has been around for while in Europe, and I liked it so much better than the 3-wheel version. I’m so glad it’s finally coming to the States! The extra stability is necessary for some people. ha ha I have trouble with curbs and other things, so I finally had to ditch my 3-wheeler! I know I’m not the most coordinated person ever, so the “new” B-Agile 4 stroller is for me!!! By the way, this stroller is one that has the same name in both Europe and the States. Also the new Britax Affinity has the same name everywhere too. Maybe Britax is moving slowly to making all their strollers universal, no matter which country you call home. That would be nice!

  3. Sofmeca says

    Sorry for my bad english, I am far from being bilingual.
    It is strange, in France we have the B-agile 4 wheels from the beginning but we have the 3 wheels one since 2013 (and it’s hard to find). The 4-wheels model is much more stable but less off-road.
    Similarly, the B-Ready (here called B-Dual) doesn’t have a second car seat adapter, we have to import it from the USA and in Australia it’s called Strider Plus and is suitable in 3-wheels. Moreover, the Quinny Zapp exists here only in 3 wheels and we have the Xtra2 (with folding seat) only since March.

    It is surprising at a time when we can see the 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who simultaneously in 50 countries, to have so many differences between countries, it is only strollers.

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