We brought this pram about 18 months ago when bub was a newborn. The bassinet attachment was very handy but sits on an angle so bub slides down to the bottom - even when strapped in.
The seat attachment doesn't sit upright properly and when it's laid right back it slopes downwards.
Since having the pram we're had to have broken cogs in the wheel fixed, the lever that drops the seats down fixed and a screw that holds the whole pram frame together replaced - it broke while bub was in the pram so it was quite dangerous.
The material on the seat and storage basket are all starting to fray. The pram is kept in our car boot and really only comes out at the shops so it doesn't do a lot of rough riding.
In saying that, the prams steering is fantastic and it fits through most aisles. Once I was used to the auto pram unfolding I loved it but it did take a bit of practice getting it in and out the car.
If I new the pram was going to be a bit more reliable and if you could get a toddler seat I'd love this pram but unfortunately it's not even close to being worth it's price.
I have brought the X4 as it is the only frame to support a toddler seat. I love it, although a little bulky to fit in the car, it is so easy to use and the handle bar suits all heights as my Husband is 6foot 4 it was a key point.
Also the shopping basket comes off and has handles so you can do a quick shop and the checkout can refill and all you need to do is place back under the buggie. Much better than stuffing everything in.
I'm having trouble finding a UV net that fits though, and have been in touch with the company, but have not had a response yet.
We also have the highchair stand, and it is great.
Only down fall is that the capsule is not Austrailan standand approved so you can't use in the car.