|Jeep Liberty -- A Nice Fold!|
|Jeep Liberty Urban Terrain|
The sun shade is not perfect -- it's certainly not up to par with the Baby Jogger City Mini, but it's decent. The recline is also not ideal. It goes down more than 45 degrees, but not quite 90. I'd say it reclines to about 65 degrees. It does sit up pretty straight though, which is more than I can say for the City Mini, which never seems to get as straight-backed as my kid would like.
The wheels are nice and big, it pushes great, and folds up nicely. It's heavy, but not unreasonable. It is also carseat compatible.
For $150, I think this stroller is really impressive. You may think, "Eh -- it's $150 and the City Mini is only $220." But once you add the child tray, the parent console, the carseat adapter, and the rain cover, the City Mini ends up costing a lot more than its starting price of $220. And as my tall husband will tell you, the City Mini isn't great if you've got a tall stride. The sun shade is perfect and the recline is great, so if those are important to you, than the City Mini is for you. (It's not clear whether the Jeep comes with a rain cover, but if you have to buy it separately, I'm sure it costs less than Baby Jogger's.)