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UPPAbaby Vista v2 Double Review

Versatile seating stroller that grows with your family and is easy to maneuver
UPPAbaby Vista v2 Double
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Price:   $1,345 List | $1,344.97 at Amazon
Pros:  Accepts two car seats, great storage, quality materials
Cons:  Heavy and harder to lift, higher price
Manufacturer:   UPPAbaby
By Wendy Schmitz, and BabyGearLab Review Team  ⋅  Dec 9, 2021
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  • Ease Of Use - 45% 8.7
  • Maneuverability - 30% 7.7
  • Weight/Folded Size - 15% 3.6
  • Quality - 10% 8.0

The Skinny

The UPPAbaby Vista v2 Double is a great inline stroller for up to 3 children at once. This high-quality option features versatile seating configurations to include car seat carriers, toddler seats, and bassinets, with a variety of combinations of each in different directions possible. The Vista has the best storage in the group with access from all sides, and a limit of up to 30 lbs, the best in the group. It also features a telescoping handlebar, straightforward fold, and impressive sunshades. This stroller impresses with its stylish good looks, ease of use and the ability to push and turn without a hiccup. We believe this option is the perfect stroller for those with multiples (including twins). We believe parents and passengers will love the Vista v2 Double and it is one we would recommend to a friend.

Editor's Note: This gear review was updated on December 10, 2021, to provide more in-depth information on our testing process and results.

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Pros Accepts two car seats, great storage, quality materialsSuper easy to push and turn, nice quality, jogging strollerRugged, off-road-ready, easy to push and turnMultiple seating options, accepts 2 car seats, easy to use, priceVery budget friendly, nice maneuverability, jogging potential
Cons Heavy and harder to lift, higher priceBulky when folded, only accepts one infant car seatBulky, expensive, lacks refinementHarder to push and turn, heavier, lower qualityLower quality materials, noticeable flex and wiggle
Bottom Line Versatile seating stroller that grows with your family and is easy to maneuverAn ultimate side-by-side double stroller serving double duty as a jogger for older babiesRugged and fun multi-purpose option that could save you money in the long runBetter than average option that offers much for growing families with style similar to higher-end optionsBest on a budget that is easy to push and turn even in small spaces
Rating Categories UPPAbaby Vista v2 D... Thule Urban Glide 2... BOB Revolution Flex... Evenflo Pivot Xpand... Baby Trend Expediti...
Ease Of Use (45%)
Maneuverability (30%)
Weight Folded Size (15%)
Quality (10%)
Specs UPPAbaby Vista v2 D... Thule Urban Glide 2... BOB Revolution Flex... Evenflo Pivot Xpand... Baby Trend Expediti...
Weight 35 lbs 32.1 lbs 33.1 lbs 34.6 lbs 30.6 lbs
Folded Dimensions 25.8"W x 26.5"H x 37"L 31.1"W x 18.7"H x 35.8"L 30.8"W x 18"H x 39.5"L 26.7"W x 19.23"H x 32.7"L 32.8"W x 16.5"H x 34"L
Capacity Limits Minimum: From Birth With Infant Snugseat Or Bassinet
3 mo.+ For Toddler Seat
Maximum: 50 lbs/40"
Minimum: "Walk Only:
Infant Car Seat: Birth
Stroller Seat: 6 mo.
Jogging & Off-Road: 6 mo."
Maximum: 100 lb Total Capacity Limit
Minimum: Walk Only:
Infant Car Seat: Birth
Stroller Seat: 8 wk. - 8 mo.
Jogging & Off-Road: 8 mo. - 5 yr.
Maximum: 50 lbs/44"
Minimum: Birth Maximum: 55 lbs/38" Minimum: 6 mo.
Maximum: 50 lbs/42"
Included Car Seat Compatibility UPPAbaby
None None Evenflo SafeMax, LiteMax None
Click-in Car Seat Adapters UPPAbaby
KeyFit 30, KeyFit 30 Zip, KeyFit 30 Zip Air, Fit2, Fit2 LE, Fit2 Air
Mico Max 30, Mico NXT, Mico AP & Micro Max Plus,
PIPA™, PIPA lite, PIPA lite lx, PIPA lite r & PIPA lite rx
Aton, Aton 2, Aton Q & Aton M
Izi GO Mod, Izi GO X1
KeyFit, KeyFit 30
Aton, Aton 2, Aton 4, Aton 5
CabrioFix, Citi, Mico 30, Mico Max 30, Mico NXT, Pebble, Pebble Plus
None Chicco KeyFit, KeyFit 30
Evenflo SafeMax, LiteMax
Graco SnugRide Click Connect 30, 35, SnugRide SnugLock 30, 35
Peg Perego Primo Viaggio
Strap-In Car Seat Adapters None "BOB
Affinity Unity, B-Safe, B-Safe 35, B-Safe 35 Elite, Chaperone, Unity, Unity ISOFIX, BabySafe
KeyFit, KeyFit Plus, KeyFit 30
Shuttle 33
Discovery 5
Safe Seat, SnugRide Classic Connect, SnugRide Click Connect 30, 35, 35 LX, 40
CabrioFix, Citi, Pebble
Peg Perego
Primo Viaggio 4-35, Primo Viaggio SIP 30/30
Safety 1st
onBoard, onBoard Air, Comfy Carry Elite
Unity, Unity Neos
B-Safe, B-Safe 35, B-Safe 35 Elite, Chaperone
B-Safe, B-Safe 35
Snug Ride Click Connect 30, Snug Ride Click Connect 30 LX, Snug Ride 35 Elite, Snug Ride 35 LX, Snug Ride 35 Platinum, Snug Ride Click Connect 35, Snug Ride Click Connect 35 LX, Snug Ride Click Connect 40, Snug Ride Snug Lock 30, Snug Ride Snug Lock 35, Snug Ride Snug Lock 35 DLX, Snug Ride Snug Lock 35 Elite, Snug Ride Snug Lock 35 Platinum, Snug Ride Snug Lock 35 Platinum XT
Peg Perego
Primo Viaggio 4-35, Primo Viaggio 4-35 Nido
KeyFit 30, Keyfit 30 Zip, Keyfit Zip Air, KeyFit Magic, Fit2
None None
Number of Car Seats Accepted 1 1 1 2 0
Recline Front/Left Seat Deep Deep Mid-Level Deep Deep
Recline Rear/Right Seat Deep Deep Mid-Level Deep Deep
Storage Basket Size Very large Medium Large Extra Large Large
Sun Shade Size Large Medium Large Medium Small
One-handed Fold No Yes #REF! Yes No
Locking Fold Auto Manual #REF! Auto Manual
Self-standing Fold Yes Yes #REF! Yes Yes
Handlebar Height - Min/Max 39.5"/42.5" 30.9"/45.1" 35.8"/49.3" 33"/44.7" 40.6"
Sandal-friendly Brake Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Included Accessories Rain Shield, Bug Shield None None None MP3 Speakers
Setup Time 5-10 min 5-10 min #REF! 10-15 min 10-15 min

Our Analysis and Test Results

American-born, UPPAbaby has more than ten years of juvenile product experience. The company gets inspiration from everyday family experiences; they seek opportunities to create better products that are easier to use, safer, or more fun. UPPAbaby makes multiple types of strollers and an infant car seat (the UPPAbaby Mesa).

Adapter Note
For testing, we included the use of the Upper and Lower Adapters. The optional adapters provide an increase in distance between the two toddler seats. We feel this is the best configuration for use as a double stroller.

Performance Comparison

The Vista seats can be positioned with both facing the pusher but...
The Vista seats can be positioned with both facing the pusher but this configuration will result in the lower passenger filling part of the storage bin.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

Ease of Use

The Vista v2 is one of the easiest double strollers to use daily. Our testing consists of multiple tests within a test metric result. The overall score for any metric is comprised of multiple smaller test results weighted by importance to most new parents. Below, we offer additional detailed test results in the form of charts for easier side-by-side comparisons.

Unlocking the Vista v2 frame requires two hands before you can fold...
The v2 locks in place automatically when folded.

Fold and Unfold

If you've ever tried to fold an unfamiliar stroller, you'll know why folding makes up 25% of the total overall ease of use score.

The Vista v2 is a two-handed fold for frame release, and you need to bend to finish the fold. The process includes two steps, automatically locks (above right) and self-stands. The handlebar needs to be at the right height to stand, and if you aren't careful, the second seat can get caught in the basket. The Vista v2 unfolding is straightforward with two steps and requires two hands. There is no carry handle or strap.

The Vista v2 Double brakes are color-coded so you can tell at a...
The Vista v2 Double brakes are color-coded so you can tell at a glance if they are on or not.
Credit: Abriah Wofford


Brake performance and ease of use is 5% of the total score for this metric.

This stroller includes single-action brakes that are press to set and release, making them friendly for all kinds of footwear. The pedal is color-coded, so you know at a glance if the stroller is parked or not.

The Vista storage bin is large, easy to access from all sides, and...
The Vista storage bin is large, easy to access from all sides, and holds up to 30 lbs.
Credit: Abriah Wofford


You'll need the most storage possible when lugging supplies for two, so we weighted storage as 20% of the final ease of use score.

You won't find better storage than that on the Vista v2. With a weight limit of 30 lbs and space galore, you can easily fit supplies for two inside. Bin access is wide open from all angles, making it easy to get supplies in and out from almost any side. It also sports two inside basket pockets to keep you organized.

The Vista v2 has a versatile canopy with a zip out extension, two...
The canopy on the v2 can be extended by opening a zippered panel.
The peek-a-boo window cover on the v2 no longer has a closure but...


To keep passenger comfortable and out of the elements, the performance of the sunshades are important. It contributes 15% of the total ease of use result.

The Vista v2 sunshades (above left) are virtually perfect with medium peek-a-boo windows (above middle), optional ventilation, and a zippered extension panel (above right). The canopies both extend past the knees of toddlers using the extension, and the height is somewhat adjustable.

The Vista buckle is easy to use and one of the better buckles in the...
The Vista buckle is easy to use and one of the better buckles in the group.
Credit: Abriah Wofford


Buckling in a tantrum toddler will give you an idea of why the harness test results are 10% of the total score.

Each toddler seat on the Vista v2 has a 5-point harness that is easy to use and adjust for a good fit. Shoulder straps are non-rethread and slide on a strap, making adjustments quick and straightforward compared to the rethread style. This method gives you infinite height options for a custom fit. The buckle is a standard UPPAbaby and easy to use even one-handed. You'll find the same buckle on the single full-size UPPAbaby Cruz v2.

The seats on the Vista v2 Double recline with the push of a button.
The seats on the Vista v2 Double recline with the push of a button.
Credit: Abriah Wofford


The Vista v2 offers similar seating features and functionality for both toddler seats. These include adjustable legs and footrests. The footrest moves up and down, and the angle on the leg rest can be altered.

The Vista v2 has a push-button recline adjustment that is easy to lower and raise with one hand. The back seat has more recline angle options, but both offer enough for comfortable napping. Purchasing both sets of seat adapters will give you more space and room for adjustments and comfort, unlike competitors like the Mockingbird Double where the seats are too close together and inhibit both adjustability and encourage siblings to disturb the other passenger.

Car Seat Compatibility

The Vista v2 works with two infant car seat carriers simultaneously, making it one of the few to offer this functionality. It works with the UPPAbaby Mesa sans adapters and some seats from other brands with the purchase of an adapter.

In addition to testing with the Mesa, we included the Chicco Keyfit 30, Cybex Aton 2, and the Maxi-Cosi Mico Max 30 in our combination of carrier and Vista v2 stroller tests.

The Vista is easiest to use with the Chicco car seat adapter and the Chicco Keyfit 30. This result is somewhat of a surprise as the Mesa is the native seat for the Vista and should be designed to work flawlessly. Attaching any carrier requires the removal of the toddler seat, and they all click in place and feel secure. The Cybex and Maxi-Cosi carriers are slightly more challenging as the installation and removal are awkward.

Younger passengers may like facing mom or dad while older riders...


The Vista v2 works for up to three children with the right additions. Seating includes the option for a toddler seat (second Rumble seat), bassinet, car seat carrier, and a PiggyBack riding board. You can combine pretty much any combination of these items to create a custom stroller for the age and abilities of your brood for up to 3 children at once. Seats can face forward, backward, toward each other, or back to back for even more variety and versatility in seating.

Ease of Setup

The Vista v2 is easy to assemble with just over 5 minutes for the stroller, with an additional 3 minutes for the second seat or under 2 minutes for the bassinet. The user manual is straightforward, and the images are useful.

The front wheels on the Vista can be locked in place to help keep it...
The front wheels on the Vista can be locked in place to help keep it on course over uneven surfaces.
Credit: Abriah Wofford


The Vista v2 impresses when it comes to maneuverability, especially given that it isn't a jogging stroller.

The higher scoring options in this review all have rubber tires, indicating that rubber has the edge over plastic tires. The Vista v2 performs well when turning and pushing on flat surfaces. The second seat creates a longer stroller, so you need to plan for tighter turns and to stay out of the way. Pushing on uneven surfaces is a little more problematic, with the Vista struggling over taller bumps and gravel. Moving over the grass was a relatively smooth operation.

The handlebar on the Vista v2 telescopes in and out based on your...
The handlebar on the Vista v2 telescopes in and out based on your height.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

The Vista v2 has a telescoping adjustable handlebar. This type places taller users further from the axle. The handlebar is wrapped in leather and feels good in your hand. There is a center adjustment button that inhibits one-handed strolling.

This UPPAbaby includes sling-style seats and all-around shocks. The seats provide a little give giving the rider slightly more cushion than the shocks alone can provide. Overall, it is one of the more comfy seating arrangements for both passengers in this lineup.

The Vista v2 Double fold is on the bigger side as it is fairly wide...
The Vista v2 Double fold is on the bigger side as it is fairly wide though short.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

Weight and Folded Size

The UPPAbaby Vista v2 is fairly large and heavy, with two seats in place.

The Vista v2 weighs about 35 lbs and measures 25,297 cubic inches when folded. The new Vista is somewhat smaller than the old Vista, but the overall weight is more significant. These measurements make it one of the largest and heaviest options in the group.

The Vista is a high-quality stroller with impressive attention to...
The Vista is a high-quality stroller with impressive attention to detail and thoughtful design.
Credit: Abriah Wofford


The Vista v2 offers excellent quality for the price.

UPPAbaby uses durable fabric on the Vista v2 that appears to fit the frame seamlessly. The padding on the seats is thick and dense for sling-style seats providing a comfortable place for napping.

The Vista is stylish with a sleek design and useful features.
The Vista is stylish with a sleek design and useful features.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

The Vista v2 frame and toddler seat frames are a relatively lightweight aluminum/magnesium alloy. This material creates a stylish and uncluttered look and feel. It doesn't include many plastic parts creating an overall fit and finish that are pleasing and highly functional.


The Vista v2 is one of the best options for families with twins. With the ability to accept two bassinets and two infant car seat carriers, twins can ride in style with ease. Also, the two toddler seats are similar in features and designs, unlike much of the competition with different features or seating for each seat. The large-capacity storage bin will also help those with multiples carry all their needed supplies.

Should You Buy the Vista v2?

The Vista is a high-quality stroller for multiple children that offers seating versatility, infant car seat compatibility, and useful features that are easy to use. We love the rubber tires and giant storage bin. Little ones will enjoy the cozy seating and individual canopies. Overall, we think this is the best inline we've ever tested and think parents would be hard-pressed to find a better inline option anywhere.

What Other Double Stroller Should You Consider?

If the Vista is outside your budget comfort zone, it might not be the option for you. While there is no doubt it is an amazing stroller we enjoy using, it is also one of the more expensive, and we concede that many families will be looking for something less expensive. If you'd like something similar to the style and functionality, we'd recommend the Evenflo Pivot Xpand Double. This stroller is typically a third of the price of the Vista with similar functionality. While it didn't perform as well in our tests, we think it will meet the needs of most families without frustration.


UPPAbaby provides a variety of potential accessories for the Vista v2.

  • The UPPAbaby RumbleSeat-- You must purchase the additional seat separately from the stroller and the included bassinet and toddler seat.
  • The UPPAbaby Upper Adapter — The upper adapters increase the height of the seats to provide more space between seats for recline and legroom.
  • The UPPAbaby Lower Adapter — The lower adapters are similar to the upper adapters creating increased separation between the seat attachment points for more recline and greater legroom.
  • UPPAbaby Bassinet — The Vista v2 comes with a bassinet, but if you have twins, a second bassinet will allow you to carry two sleeping babies outside of their car seat carriers.

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Wendy Schmitz, and BabyGearLab Review Team

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