Mountain Buggy nano







birth-20kg (with carrycot)
6mo-20kg (with seat)


Unfolded: L 84 x W 56 x H 98 cm
Folded: L 51.5 x W 56 x H 30 cm

Storage basket



4-wheel, EVA
5.5″ front
5.5″ rear, suspension

In the box

Seat fabric
Sun canopy
Travel bag
4 x wheels


Bag rider
Carry bag
All weather cover set
Cup holder
Grab bar
Lambswool liner
Cocoon (bassinet)


World facing
Multi position, including part recline

Capsule (adapters extra)

Newborn bassinet (extra)

Height adjustable handlebar




Car seat compatibility

Adapter included for:

  • Mountain Buggy protect
  • Phil & Teds alpha
  • Safe-n-Sound Unity
  • Peg Perego Primo Viaggio (excluding 4/35)
  • Maxi-Cosi CabrioFix
  • Maxi-Cosi Pebble
  • Maxi-Cosi Mico AP
  • Chicco KeyFit


1 year

Other Mountain Buggy prams:

Mountain Buggy nano (travel, this pram)
Mountain Buggy nano duo (travel double)
Mountain Buggy swift (compact)
Mountain Buggy MB mini (compact)
Mountain Buggy duet (double)
Mountain Buggy Cosmopolitan (all-terrain)
Mountain Buggy urban jungle (all-terrain)
Mountain Buggy terrain (all-terrain)
Mountain Buggy +one (full-size, expandable)

Pros and cons


+ Maneuverable
+ Good over bumps
+ Compact fold
+ Affordable
+ Lightweight


– Can be challenging to fold / get used to
– Basket scrapes on rough terrain
– Reported quality issues
– Limited recline, only 6mo+ for seat
– Strap cover easy to lose
– Small basket

Why you would buy it:

You want a popular compact travel pram that is cheaper than a Babzen Yoyo, and are willing to put up with the limitations.

From around the web:

Mountain Buggy Nano Review – BabyGearLab – “A nice stroller to push and turn, but average in most other respects” 4⭐

Compact Travel Stroller Mountain Buggy Nano Put To The Test – Our Globetrotters – “I think Mountain Buggy have come out tops with their Nano in this increasingly popular segment of the market.”

Mountain Buggy nano review: best travel pram? – Babies Who Travel – “I like it. No, I REALLY like it. I feel really happy with the purchase, we’re getting good sleeps, it moves well and I LOVE how it fits in my car.”

“So my sense is: if you’re happy for the results to be hit and miss – this is a great option. If you’re going to be heartbroken if you can’t carry it on – pay double for a YoYo zen, which seems more likely to consistently be allowed onboard.”

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