Baby Trend Infant Car Seat & EZ Ride Stroller Travel System

Last updated: September 7, 2021


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Product Details

In our analysis of 21 expert reviews, the Baby Trend Infant Car Seat & EZ Ride Stroller Travel System placed 6th when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Baby Trend EZ Ride 5 Travel System is the perfect solution for new parents. This set includes the EZ Ride Stroller and the new Ally 35 Infant Car Seat. Both the stroller and infant car seat feature five-point safety harnesses for maximum safety and protection. The travel system provides comfort and safety for your child and convenience for you. The stroller features a padded seat with multiple recline positions, a large, soft head support that can be used in either the car seat or stroller, a covered parent tray with 2 deep cup holders, a height-adjustable handle and a peek-a-boo window on the canopy. The rear-facing infant car seat holds newborns from five to 35 pounds and is engineered with higher, deeper side wings with EPS foam for optimal side impact protection. The base installs with Latch clips or a seat belt. Stroller accepts the included 4-35 lbs Infant Car Seat.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

This fun-looking travel system is super affordable and has great prints and patterns that parents seem to love. The well-padded seat on the stroller has multiple recline settings plus a removable large head support pillow that can also be used in the car seat. Parents like the padding and say the car seat straps are easy to buckle. They love the many compartments in the stroller, especially the bottom basket and the covered parent tray.
Features a five-point safety harness to secure baby safely (multiple parents comment on this in reviews) as well as extra-padded seats for maximum comfort. The stroller has multiple recline positions, a covered parent tray with double cup holders, a height-adjustable handle, and a peek-a-boo window for checking in on your little one during strolls.

What reviewers didn't like

Some parents felt that the actual stroller was heavy and hard to turn. It doesn’t seem to roll well on loose or rough terrain but does better on flat surfaces. Others have had problems folding and unfolding the stroller. Some parents noted problems with the wheels either squeaking or coming loose.
The stroller isn’t the easiest to open and close and that the canopy often gets stuck.
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