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Veer All-Terrain Cruiser vs. Cruiser City Wagon

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Are you on the hunt for the perfect wagon to enhance your family’s outdoor adventures?  

You're in the right place! In this article, we're exploring the All-Terrain Cruiser and Cruiser City, two amazing wagons from renowned baby brand Veer! 

Wagons offer space, flexibility, and fun, making them ideal for everything from grocery runs to playtime at the park! They're perfect for families with multiple kids, providing ample room for both children and essentials. Plus, wagons open up a world of exploration, encouraging your little ones to interact with each other and their surroundings, 

So let’s get rolling and bring you up to speed on these two fantastic 4-wheeled options! 

Cruiser vs. Cruiser City 

Cruiser SPECS: 

  • Suitable from birth (with infant car seat or Nap System) to a maximum height of 45” 
  • Maximum Passenger Capacity: 55 lbs. per seat 
  • Wagon Dimensions: 37″ L x 20″ W x 23″ H 
  • Folded Dimensions: 37″ L x 20″ W x 14″ H (8” H with wheels removed) 
  • Wagon Weight: 32.6 lbs. 

Cruiser City 2-Seater SPECS: 

  • Suitable from birth (with infant car seat or Nap System) to a maximum height of 45” 
  • Maximum Passenger Capacity: 55 lbs. per seat 
  • Max Weight Capacity: 250 lbs 
  • Wagon Dimensions: 37″ L x 20″ W x 23″ H 
  • Folded Dimensions: 37″ L x 20″ W x 14″ H (9” H with wheels removed) 
  • Wagon Weight: 32.6 lbs. 

From the above specs, you can see that the Cruiser and Cruiser City are virtually identical from a physical standpoint. Crafted from high-strength aluminum and fortified with robust sidewalls, these wagons are built to last and can handle whatever adventure comes your way!  

The Cruiser is your go-to for rugged landscapes, ready to tackle any terrain with ease. Meanwhile, the Cruiser City, despite its urban-friendly moniker, doesn't lag behind in all-terrain performance. Both wagons have seating for two and blend modern style with durability, making them perfect for families who love to explore without compromising on sophistication and resilience. 

Identical Wagons 

Let's take an in-depth look at what makes the Cruiser and the Cruiser City fantastic choices for safety, comfort, and convenience. 
 

Secure Seating: Both wagons have individual three-point harnesses on their seats, ensuring your little ones stay put and safe while you're on the move. 

Performance Handle Grip: The handlebar is equipped with a Performance Handle Grip, giving you extra control and a comfortable hold, which is super important on longer walks and hilly terrain. 

One-Touch Foot Brake: Need to stop on a dime? No problem! Both wagons have a one-touch foot brake for quick and easy stopping. 

Safety Certifications: Peace of mind is built into these wagons, as both models meet rigorous safety standards and are JPMA-certified. 

Versatile Steering: Whether you prefer pushing or pulling, the Cruiser and Cruiser City have you covered with their versatile steering options and easy maneuverability. 

Expandable Footwell: Space for little feet is no issue, thanks to the expandable footwell — a must-have feature for growing legs! 

Contoured and Vented Seats: Comfort is key, and these wagons don't disappoint with their contoured and vented seats, ensuring a breezy and cozy ride for your tots. 

Easy-Clean Fabrics: Spills? No sweat! The water and stain-resistant fabrics make cleaning up a breeze, keeping your wagon looking spick and span. 

Compact Folding: When it's time to pack up, both wagons boast a compact one-handed fold, and you can even remove the wheels for super easy storage! 

Custom Wagons 

Aside from cup holders and a snack tray that are included with each wagon, Veer offers a range of accessories that can be added to the Cruiser or Cruiser City: 

Custom Colours: Personalize your wagon with colourful sidewalls for a fun, eye-catching look. 

Sun Protection: A Retractable Canopy shields from the elements and allows you to keep an eye on your little ones. You can fit two for double the protection. 

Cozy Seat: Veer’s Shearling Seat Cover adds a soft, warm layer to keep your babies snug as a bug. 

Storage: Boost your cargo space with this basket that also folds up for hassle-free transport! *Cruiser only

Bassinet Mode: Convert the wagon into a JPMA-certified bassinet with this Nap System — perfect for sleepy time or diaper changes. 

Outdoor Covers: An All Weather Cover keeps your children cozy and dry, and a Bug Shield attaches seamlessly for insect protection. 

Easy Breezy: This ingenious Misting Fan provides a refreshing breeze during warm outings. 

Travel System Compatibility: The Cruiser can be fitted with an infant car seat using the appropriate adapter for the youngest adventurers! 

 

Diverging Designs 

Now that we’ve gone over their similarities, let’s take a peek at their differences. 

The main difference between the Cruiser and Cruiser City is the handlebar placement and wheels. 

The Cruiser City features swivel wheels furthest from the handle, which enable it to be steered more like a traditional stroller when pushing on smooth surfaces like city sidewalks. However, should you encounter difficult terrain while using the Cruiser City, you can drop the handlebar and pull it along like a traditional wagon, using the big wheels to get over those pesky bumps! The Cruiser City also has a slightly lighter coloured frame.

The All-Terrain Cruiser on the other hand has the swivel wheels in the front (where the handlebar is). The Cruiser is a more rugged, all-terrain vehicle that can be pushed or pulled, but it's easier to pull it and let the big wheels take the brunt of the impact on rocky terrain. 

Wonder Wagons 

It's clear that both the Cruiser and Cruiser City offer an exceptional mix of durability, comfort, and versatility.  

Whether you're navigating city streets or exploring off-the-beaten paths, Veer equipped both wagons to provide a safe and enjoyable ride for your little ones. The subtle yet significant difference in wheel arrangement caters to different terrains and preferences, while the plethora of accessories helps these wagons stand out as top contenders in the world of child-friendly transport.  

For more information, check out our full reviews of the Veer Cruiser Wagon and the Cruiser City.