Baby Jogger City Mini GT Travel System, Black

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  • Matching City Mini GT Stroller, City Go Infant Car Seat, and Adapters make it easy to travel with baby from day one
  • Easily, safely, and securely travel with baby by attaching to your City GO to the City Mini GT Stroller with removable adapters
  • Infant seat holds babies rear facing from 4 to 35 lbs and up to 32 inch in height
Last updated on January 25, 2021 2:28 pm
Baby Jogger City Mini GT Travel System, Black
Baby Jogger City Mini GT Travel System, Black

$579.99 $399.99

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It’s Your City, Baby

Introducing a stroller made with urban parents in mind. From East to West Coast, Baby Jogger is ready to help you and your baby conquer your city with the City Mini GT Travel System.

About Baby Jogger

Baby Jogger strollers are designed by parents, with parents in mind. Since 1984, the company has been inspired by children and the potential to create ingenious solutions for everyday problems. That means helping parents and their children be more places and see more things. From the City Mini line and Summit X3 to the City Select, Baby Jogger offers a stroller for every terrain and every need. So parents and children can easily live active lives every day.

Why We Love the City Mini GT Travel System

From the park to the playground and the museum to midtown, the City Mini Single Stroller is ready to move as fast as your city. With its easy-to-use qualities, exploring with your little one could not be easier! City Mini GT Travel System features include:

  • City GO infant car seat
  • City Mini Single Stroller
  • Large adjustable UV 50+ sun canopy
  • Lightweight for easy transportation
  • Quick-release EVA wheels

Your Go-To

Seamlessly go from taxi to car to bring baby along for all of your adventures from day one with the City GO infant car seat.

Just Fold and Go

Up the stairs, onto the subway, off the bus—you never stop. Quick-fold technology allows you to fold the stroller with one hand while you do a million other things with the other.

Travel Better

With its handle brake, all-terrain wheels, and adjustable handlebar, the City Mini GT Stroller is ready to take your baby from uptown to downtown.


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    City Mini GT vs. City Mini GT 2
    The new City Mini GT2 (below left) has “forever air” rubber tires and all-wheel suspension. Unlike the original version (below right), it also has adjustable calf support for added comfort and passenger convenience. The manufacturer also claims the newer version is a full pound lighter than the older model, but it is larger when folded.

    The new Baby Jogger City Mini GT 2

    Hands on Review
    The Baby Jogger company began in 1984 by parents who desired jogging with their babies. To solve this issue, they designed the first stroller meant specifically for jogging. Since the beginning, Baby Jogger has designed several strollers for lots of activities. In 2015, Baby Jogger was purchased by Newell Rubbermaid, and together they have continued to create strollers popular with many parents.

    Performance Comparison

    One of the most popular features of the Baby Jogger strollers is the quick pull fold as seen here on the seat of the City Mini GT.
    One of the most popular features of the Baby Jogger strollers is the quick pull fold, as seen here on the seat of the City Mini GT.

    Ease of Use
    The GT isn’t as easy to use as most of the competition.

    The City Mini GT has an auto-lock that works well and keeps the stroller closed for easier transport and storing.
    The City Mini GT has an auto-lock that works well and keeps the stroller closed for easier transport and storing.

    Fold and Unfold
    The GT has a one-handed fold, auto-locks, and comes with a carry strap. It doesn’t have a self-standing capability, which makes it tougher to manage once folded. The fold is easy with three steps if you don’t count unsnapping the safety straps that prevent accidental folding. We suspect that many people won’t use the straps, which is a safety concern. It takes two steps to unfold, and the strap attachment (which you should do).

    The GT is one of the few non-jogging options with a handbrake. This handbrake works well and has a feature that prevents accidental brake releasing.
    The GT is one of the few non-jogging options with a handbrake. This handbrake works well and has a feature that prevents accidental brake releasing.

    Brakes
    The brakes on the City Mini are single-action operated via a handbrake on the handlebar. They are easy to set, release, and are sandal foot-friendly. This handbrake has a locking switch to keep it from releasing by accident.

    The storage on the Baby Jogger City Mini GT is large but the lower seat and a cross bar make it difficult to access and limit what can be put inside.
    The storage on the Baby Jogger City Mini GT is large, but the lower seat and a cross bar make it difficult to access and limit what can be put inside.

    Storage
    The storage basket is large and holds up to 20 lbs, but we could only fit our medium diaper bag inside because of poor accessibility. The lower seat design and frame bar that goes across the back makes it a tight fit. This seat has a seat back pocket that is large and good for convenience items such as car keys or a cell phone. The pouch cannot conceal items and is not weatherproof.

    The canopy on the City Mini GT has two peek-a-boo windows that make spying on baby easy. We wish they had magnetic closure instead of hook and loop but it is still a better canopy than much of the competition.
    The canopy on the City Mini GT has two peek-a-boo windows that make spying on baby easy. We wish they had magnetic closure instead of hook and loop, but it is still a better canopy than much of the competition.

    Sunshade
    The GT has a large sunshade with a UV rating of 50+. The canopy has two medium-sized peek-a-boo windows made of vinyl that make viewing baby easy. The window covers close with Velcro and would be nicer if they were magnetic. There is no ventilation on this canopy or the seat back.

    The harness on the City Mini GT is not the easiest one to use with a weird knob on the back of the buckle that prevents releasing the buckle if pressed.
    The harness on the City Mini GT is not the easiest one to use with a weird knob on the back of the buckle that prevents releasing the buckle if pressed.

    Harness
    The 5-point harness on the GT is relatively easy to get on, and a little harder to take off with hard to adjustable shoulder height straps. The buckle snaps together easily, but it has a knob on the back that prevents release when you press it at the same time as the front button.

    The Baby Jogger City Mini GT has a one-handed recline pull that works well but is a little stiff and harder to raise.
    The Baby Jogger City Mini GT has a one-handed recline pull that works well but is a little stiff and harder to raise.

    Seat
    The leg rest on this stroller is padded and feels comfortable, but is not adjustable. It has a full footrest covered in a durable fabric that wipes clean. The GT has a one-handed recline with adjustable straps on either side that are held together with a pull. The process isn’t as easy as it should be and raising the seat requires two hands.

    The GT is compatible with several different brand infant car seats including the Chicco as seen here with the Keyfit 30.
    The GT is compatible with several different brand infant car seats, including the Chicco as seen here with the Keyfit 30.

    Car Seat Compatibility
    The City Mini GT is not compatible with any infant car seat without the purchase of accessory adapters. You can buy adapter frames for models of the Britax/BOB, Peg Perego, Chicco, Cybex, Maxi Cosi, Nuna Pipa, Graco, and UPPAbaby infant car seats. These adapters will work with the award-winning Peg Perego Primo Viaggio 4-35, and the Chicco KeyFit 30. To use the adapter parents will need to assemble the frame and remove the canopy on the stroller.

    The infant seat attaches using a click-in and strap method that we think is more complicated and could potentially lead to mistakes. We imagine many parents will feel the click is sufficient and might skip the strap part, this could result in a potential safety issue, which is why we prefer the click only installation method.

    Ease of Setup

    This Baby Jogger took us about 6:30 minutes to set up. The documentation is average, and the instructions would be easier to follow if the three languages were in different sections instead of the same page. There are no tools required.

    The City Mini GT is marketed as an “all-terrain” stroller and while it is better off-road than the other Baby Jogger options we tested we still wouldn’t consider it a great choice for long-term off-road strolling.
    The City Mini GT is marketed as an “all-terrain” stroller, and while it is better off-road than the other Baby Jogger options we tested, we still wouldn’t consider it a great choice for long-term off-road strolling.

    Maneuverability
    The GT is one of the easier to maneuver options of the non-jogging competitors.

    The City Mini GT has suspension but it isn’t as good as the adjustable suspension on the BOB Revolution Flex.
    The City Mini GT has suspension, but it isn’t as good as the adjustable suspension on the BOB Revolution Flex.

    This stroller has a sportier feel than the other Baby Joggers and is easy to maneuver even in tight spaces. The wheels roll smoothly and you can push it with one hand. For off-road, this stroller is equally up to the challenge as it is on flat surfaces. The GT rolled over pretty much everything without too much trouble. It is a little stiff to turn on grass, but it managed the better than some of the competition and parents will find they can make it over most terrains without cursing.

    The City Mini GT has an adjustable handlebar that rotates on a pivot point. This feature is useful for parents of different heights but it puts taller users closer to the rear axle making it more likely they will kick the back of the stroller while moving.
    The City Mini GT has an adjustable handlebar that rotates on a pivot point. This feature is useful for parents of different heights, but it puts taller users closer to the rear axle making it more likely they will kick the back of the stroller while moving.

    The wheels are where the GT diverge from the City Mini with foam-filled rubber instead of foam-filled plastic. The form and function of the GT’s wheels are far better than its sibling. The GT has an adjustable handlebar and is about average for comfort. This stroller has two-wheel suspension, but it does offer more padding on a sling-style seat. The rubber tires combined with the padding make for a comfortable experience.

    The City Mini GT is neither large nor heavy but there are smaller and lighter strollers in this review.
    The City Mini GT is neither large nor heavy, but there are smaller and lighter strollers in this review.

    Weight and Folded Size
    The GT weighs 21.6 lbs, which is below the average for the group, making it a good choice for a lighter stroller. The GT is a nice size at 6,840 cubic inches making it one of the smallest in the group.

    The Baby Jogger GT is a little nicer than the average product in this review for quality.
    The Baby Jogger GT is a little nicer than the average product in this review for quality.

    Quality
    The GT is average for quality with nothing that stands out as great design. The fabric is slick, finely woven canvas. It is smooth and wipes easily, but probably isn’t breathable. The material is continuous on the entire stroller and wraps around the frame, seat, and canopy in virtually one piece. The material on the footrest is durable, but not as easy to clean as some of the competition.

    The plastic components and bunched fabric impacted the quality score for the City Mini GT.
    The plastic components and bunched fabric impacted the quality score for the City Mini GT.

    The frame on the GT is simple and sturdy with an overall fit and finish that are not as sleek and appealing as some of the competition.

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