Baby Jogger city mini GT2 Double – Great Everyday Double

The Baby Jogger city mini GT2 Double is a very popular side by side double pram because offers parents a quality pram that is built to last that will make getting around with two tots easier!

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city mini GT2 Double Key Features

  • Quality wheels and all wheel suspension for a smooth ride on suburban terrain
  • One of the biggest/tallest double pram seats on the market
  • Super simple one step fold that folds flat for easy storage.

Things to Consider

  • Quite heavy one piece fold with no removable seats for lighter lifting weight
  • No optional capsule. Though it has optional bassinets and seats are newborn approved.
  • Basket is large but not easily accessible for getting in and out larger items. 

Baby Jogger City Mini GT2 Double Specifications

  • Pram Weight – 16kg
  • Weight Capacity – 22.5kgs per seat
  • Folded Dimensions – 81.5 x 75 x 34cm
  • Suitable from birth – Yes
  • Reversible seat –No
  • Fold with seat attached – Yes
  • Optional Single mode – No
  • Compatible Capsules – No 

In 2019 Baby Jogger had a major update of their core range of prams and brought out the “2” version, or the second generation, of these already incredibly popular prams. 

The City Mini GT 2 Double is an easy to use, easy to fold, surprisingly compact, double pram that is suitable for twins or siblings. Both seats lie back flat to be suitable for newborns, while also boasting some of the largest seats for a double pram on the market. 

The upgrades with this newer version of the City Mini GT2 Double include an adjustable foot rest, all wheel suspension, better accessibility to the basket, upgraded fabrics and cushioning in the seat, and overall a more modern aesthetic. One of the subtle changes of the shape of the canopy, which allowed more space for your taller child. 

The city mini GT2 Double will get you anywhere you need to go – gravel, grass, dirt tracks – it’s going to be a great everyday walking pram. And while it is definitely bigger than the city tour 2 Double, the GT2 Double is still a pretty compact full sized double pram when folded down.

The city mini GT2 Double boasts some of the biggest double pram seats, with the one of the highest weight limits, on the market and because the pram itself is pretty substantial it would be comfortable to push with siblings of different ages. 

A couple of small things to be aware of though is the seats are fixed forward facing, so they can’t be turned to face you if you’re wanting to chat with your baby or toddler while stroller. Although you can get this feature when using the bassinet (sold separately) it will only last up to approximately 6months old.

Additionally there are no capsules compatible with the city mini GT2 Double – although very few side by side double strollers off this feature.

If you are looking for a side by side double pram that take a capsule a couple of options are the Bugaboo Donkey and Thule Urban Glide. Steelcraft Agile used to be an option as well but this has been discontinued.

Alternatively if you’re wanting to keep it in the Baby Jogger family, the city select range can take one or two capsules, for siblings or twins, but they are a front to back double.

Overall the City Mini GT2 Double is perfect for active parents as it’ll handle a lot of walking and is a great moderately all terrain pram – it’ll definitely handle all the usual suburban terrain such as grass, playground mulch, dirt tracks etc with ease. 

For more double pram recommendations check out our Best Double prams Australia product guides.

Rachel Stewart

Rachel is the founder of Parenting Central. She is raising two children, boy and girl, with her partner. Rachel is obsessed prams, car seats, carriers and all things baby. She has worked in the baby industry for several years, for both suppliers and also in a retail setting and has developed a passion for connecting parents with the right products to make their lives easier. When Rachel isn't playing with prams she's enjoys crocheting, drinking coffee (sometimes wine) and spending a little too much time on Facebook.

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