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Small, Smart, Stylish & Swift


4 November 2008

Small, Smart, Stylish & Swift

Wellington, NZ.- Mountain Buggy® are proud to introduce the newest addition to their award winning stroller line, the Mountain Buggy Swift. This stroller is smaller and lighter, and ideal for those urban dwellers who find space is an issue but don’t want to compromise on quality and style.

Mountain Buggy did their research, listening to today’s consumers and have created this unique stroller. Like all Mountain Buggies, the Swift is extremely reliable and easy to maneuver. Weighing as little as 9.5kg’s and having 10” air-filled tyres this buggy is perfect for zipping around tight corners, squeezing into smaller spaces in café’s or shops, and makes boarding trains and buses easy. The end result is a stroller that offers the same phenomenal handling as the Urban but is 25% smaller in size.

Mountain Buggy® strollers allow parents to get out and Live Life Everyday and the Swift is designed to do exactly that. The new Swift model is available in three vibrant accent colours, Lime (Black/Green), Chilli (Black/Red) and Flint (Black/Gray). The Swift is available for sale on the 1st of November 2008 through all participating retail stores.

Visit for a look at the bright new side of Mountain Buggy®.


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