Britax B-Agile Stroller Review

Britax not only is a leader in car seats but they also have well loved stroller too! The B-Agile is a travel system compatible, lightweight, compact stroller. This stroller will carry you from newborn (with out without car seat) all the way to 55 lbs. This all-purpose stroller is not all-terrain but it does stroll well on most surfaces. With a full range of features, the B-Agile will provide parents and baby with the ease and comfort they need.


  • One-Hand, Quick Fold with automatic chassis lock
  • Compatible with other major infant car seat brands, including Graco, Chicco, and Peg Perego, when used with Britax infant car seat adapter (sold separately)
  • Lightweight aluminum frame – 16.5 lbs total weight
  • No re-thread, adjustable, five-point harness and head pad with reflective binding
  • Infinite seat recline positions – almost flat recline to upright (one hand to recline but needs 2 hands to put the seat back up
  • Under seat storage
  • Additional pocket with zipper on back of seat
  • Linked parking brake locks both rear wheels
  • Click & Go integrated adapter system works with Britax Chaparone and B-Safe infant car seats
  • 3 wheel design
  • All-Wheel Suspension
  • Extra large canopy with ventilation window
  • Included Accessories: Britax Click & Go infant car seat receivers
  • 7 fabric colors – Black, Granite, Kiwi, Peacock (my favorite but they have limited quantities) , Plum, Red, Sandstone
One thing that the B-Agile is missing is a cup holder for parent and baby. Not a big deal since you can buy a cup holder and snack tray for baby separately. Another negative is the nonadjustable handlebars. If you are really tall then it may be difficult to hunch over and push. Also, the storage basket is not super large and difficult to access which is unfortunate since storage space is always important when you have young children. A final complaint is that the upright position of the seat is not 100% upright which is challenging for babies/children who really want to be able to see out.
The B-Agile is super easy to push 1-handed, pretty much most of the things with the stroller are 1 handed which is necessary for a parent who is always juggling many things in hand. The Britax B-Agile retails for $250 which is very affordable considering it can be a travel system but is also light and compact enough to use as baby gets older. Often, parents buy travel systems and then as baby gets older they want a smaller, lighter stroller so then they buy another stroller (usually umbrella stroller). The B-Agile eliminates that need of buying another stroller later on. The B-Agile gets a yes from BabyRecs