Our Veer vs Pronto comparison is going to explore which wagon is better. We shall start the review with a brief outline of the main differences between the wagons before switching to the individual wagons. Under the individual wagons, we will review how each wagon performs on different fronts, including ease of maneuvering, customization, versatility, and durability.
We will also sample a few alternatives just in case Veer and Pronto don’t check the boxes you had in mind. We shall then sign off with a final verdict that will tie all the features, pros, and cons together. Let’s start with the main differences;
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Main Differences Between Veer Wagons vs Pronto Wagons
The main differences between Veer Wagons vs Pronto Wagons are:
- Pronto wagons are costly, whereas Veer wagons are cheaper.
- Pronto wagons are available in black or white frames, whereas Veer wagons are available in only black frames.
- Pronto wagons have 5 points safety harnesses, whereas Veer wagons have 3-points safety harnesses.
- Pronto wagons are designed in the US and manufactured in China, whereas Veer wagons are designed in Germany and manufactured in Korea.
- Pronto wagons have a reflective nighttime safety belt, whereas Veer wagons lack a reflective nighttime safety belt.
- Pronto wagons come with a canopy, whereas Veer wagons do not come with a canopy (sold separately)
- Pronto wagons are not compatible with infant car seats, whereas Veer wagons are compatible with infant car seats.
Pronto Wagon – In Depth
The Pronto wagon comes in a black or white frame. However, you can choose to match either of the frames with various fabric options that include stone gray, ginger pink, ginger yellow, and city black.
The wagon is designed in the US, made in Korea before being imported back to the US. It is best suited for kids and toddlers of ages 3 and 8. For this reason, it is designed to be sturdy to be able to bear weights of 100kg. Similar to most wagons, it has all-terrain tires and has a 2 passenger seat capacity. Here is a quick rundown of its features;
Ease of maneuverability
The wagon has all-terrain tires that are wide, knobby, rugged, and with double ball bearings. These make the wagon ride smoothly. On the rear wheel is a one-touch brake linkage that can instantly bring the wagon to a stop.
The brakes are also bi-directional and can bring the wagon to a halt through a single touch. The wagon is steered by a handlebar that can be adjusted to suit different parent heights. Additionally, the front wheels have a front, rotating tire fixating system.
Care and Maintenance
The wagon has a removable fabric that is both water and stain-resistant. Though not hose washable, it easily cleans and does not pick stains easily. The all-terrain wheels are non-inflatable and require basic scrub and rinse.
The wide tires and low-centered frame structure make the wagon stable, thus reducing chances of rolling. The fabric finish at the top frame minimizes frame exposure, significantly reducing the chances of accidents. The seats have a 5 point safety harness that has extra padding on all straps. The belts allow for 4 adjustments making them able to adjust to different toddler sizes.
The canopy has a reflective nighttime beltline that makes nighttime strolling safe. It also has water and bug-resistant properties.
On the other hand, the handlebar has an auto-lock button to ensure the handlebar is in place throughout. The wagon has a slightly regressed interior that is deep enough to minimize kids’ chances of venturing out or even tripping from within.
The wagon has numerous certifications and accreditations that certify it as safe and secure for use by kids and toddlers.
The two 5 point safety harnesses have straps with thick padding on the crotch and shoulders. The thick padding minimizes infernal chaffing during sudden stops or when going through uneven terrains.
The handlebars have leather covers to enhance grip and improve performance. The handlebar frame has a height slide button that easily adjusts the handlebar height to the parent’s liking. The interior is spacious enough to accommodate two kids comfortably. The wagon’s interior has high-quality, smooth, and soft fabric to further enhance the kid’s comfort.
The canopy doubles up as both sunshades, water, and bug cover. Towards the rear are large windows through which the parent can keep an eye on the toddlers.
The interior, though deep, allows for an unrestricted 360 degrees view of their surroundings as the wagons move. On the handlebar is an attachment for adult cup holders for drinks or even water bottles.
The wagon has a one-step brake system and all-wheel suspension with low friction double bearings. The suspension soaks in and dissipates all impact as the wagon glides through different terrains.
The Pronto wagon has a low-level center of gravity, making it more stable than most wagons. The stability is courtesy of a low center structure frame, seats being fixed on either end of the wagon, and the wide large rear tires that make the wagon frame slightly sink in.
The wagon frame is available in either black or white, but you can customize this with a mélange fabric or a non-mélange. The mélange options come in contrasting color-packs of stone gray, city black, ginger pink, and ginger yellow. The mélange fabrics are more stain-resistant and have moderate padding.
The non-mélange fabric is available in a whopping 13 variations, is softer, less stain-resistant, and has a smooth texture against the skin. The wagon can be accessorized with a winter cover or rain cover. The wagon also folds into portable folds that comfortably fit into trunks of SUVs and Mid Sized/Light vehicles.
The wagon folds at the push of an auto-lock button ingrained in the handlebar, collapsing the wagon into a lightweight and portable fold. The wagon also comes with numerous accessories that include a tripping mosquito net, sleeping cover, kids’ tray, leather handle cover, and a cup holder.
The wagon comes with a spacious storage basket. The basket is attached to the top frame fabric finish making it easily accessible by the parent. The wagon comes with an organizer basket – to extend the storage capacity- that attaches to the handlebar by velcro straps and buckles to the wagon’s interior.
The organizer basket and the spacious storage baskets have additional partitions and compartments and can be individually extended.
The fabric is made from premium material capable of withstanding numerous laundry trips. The steel frame is sturdy enough to bear a maximum of 100 kg even when inclined over slopes of up to 15 degrees.
Other than this, the frame has an impact-resistant design made possible through transposed amorphous aluminum. The steel has a fairly durable lifespan.
- One-touch folding/unfolding system
- Front-rotating tire fixating system
- Durable aluminum frame.
- Height-adjustable push/pull handlebar
- All-terrain PU material tires.
- All-wheel suspension with double bearings.
- Two 5 point safety harnesses with 4 position adjustments.
- Low-centralized solid frame to enhance stability.
- Integrated folding structure
- 6 basic accessories
- Auto-folding lock property.
- Large shopping basket
- Reflective nighttime belt.
- High-grade mélange fabric with waterproof coating.
- It has one telescopic handle that flips to be either a push/pull handle.
- It allows for extensive customization.
- They are aesthetically appealing.
- It has numerous and relevant certifications and accreditations.
- It is durable and comfortable.
- It has adequate storage space.
- Versatile in terms of terrain, weather, and use.
- They fold and unfold easily with all accessories attached.
- Easy to maneuver.
- Compared to other wagons, it is relatively pricey.
- It is not compatible with infant car seats.
- The seats cannot be detached.
- Only toddlers and kids ages 3 and older can use the wagon.
Most users note that the wagon is aesthetically appealing, is easy to maintain, safe, and can bear lots of weight. They also note that the wagon is super stable, comfortable, and can allow for various customization not seen in most wagons.
The disappointments registered with it include its top-shelf pricing and incompatibility with infant car seats (here is a guide on how to find the best car seat).
Veer Wagon Cruiser – In Depth
The Veer wagon blends the safety of premium strollers and the fun of rugged wagons. They weigh 33 pounds when packed and have a weight capacity of 150 pounds. Their seats can bear weights of kids that are 45 inches tall and weigh up to 55 pounds.
The wagons are mobile, adaptive, and maneuverable. They blend the practicality of strollers (here is how to find the best baby stroller) and the functionality of traditional wagons. Here is a summary of their features;
The wagon has two inbuilt seats doing away with the attach-detach routine when assembling and disassembling. The fact that they are fixed makes the wagon safer as it minimizes chances of improper attaching or gradual weakening of attachment points.
The seats have 3 point safety harness straps to securely and firmly hold the kid. The wagon has suspension and low-friction bearings to constantly absorb and soak up the motion impact.
The wagon sidewall is also vented to allow for free airflow to minimize the buildup of contaminated air within the wagon interior. The wagon also makes use of robotic welding that is precise and error-free. It then tops up all these with compliance with ASTM safety standards as well as JPMA accreditation.
The cruiser also features an ergonomic and lockable height-adjustable push/pull handlebar, together with a one-touch brake system. The brakes are attached to the rear larger wheel making them easy to access when need be.
Ease of Maneuverability
The Veer wagons have a durable aluminum frame supported by all-terrain tires. The tires have front swivel wheel suspensions and low-friction bearings, allowing them to move smoothly with minimal to no effort. The swivel and all-terrain also make it possible for the cruiser to negotiate sharp corners, blow through boundaries while the suspension soaks up all the impact.
The wagon has a lockable height-adjustable handlebar with a one-touch brake system to easily operate the wagon.
The Veer wagon comes in a solid black frame that is balanced with a touch of gray. This can, however, be uniquely customized with different canopy colors and sidewalls.
The sidewalls can be constantly changed to allow for attuning to different moods and themes. The customization can also be explored when choosing which accessories to include.
The accessories to customize it with include:
- A foldable rear storage basket.
- Extendable sun canopies.
- Toddler comfort seat.
- Extra 6 cup holders.
- Travel bag to gate-check it in airports.
- A nap system.
The Veer wagon comes in a solid black frame that is balanced with a touch of gray. However, you can customize it with different canopy colors and sidewalls.
The wagon sidewalls can be customized to be matched with 1 of 4 color options. The canopies come in different colors, with some having the option of bug and water repellant capabilities.
The Veer wagon is compatible with different infant car seats (check out our guide on the best infant car seats ). This makes it easy to smoothly transition a napping kid from the vehicle to the wagon or vice versa. The wagon also has a separately purchased toddler comfort seat that makes it possible to convert the wagon into a bassinet.
With the infant car seat, the wagon can easily support both a baby and toddler.
The cruiser frame is made from airplane-grade aluminum metal that is known to deliver strength over prolonged periods. The aluminum metal, together with the suspension, all-terrain tires, and low friction material, make the wagon have a fairly prolonged lifespan.
Veer wagons also come in stain-resistant fabrics that can be easily hose washed. Besides being stain-resistant, the fabric is made from premium material designed to offer long-term service with little to no wear.
Care and Maintenance
The rear wheels have wheel fenders that will protect against mud or any other debris thrown in the wagon. The fabric is also hose-washable and is stain-resistant.
The sidewall of the wagon is vented to allow any water to drip and drain off after being washed. The tires are also all-terrain.
The cruiser will take further - from your first born through your last, and on terrain once thought of as off-limits for a family adventure.
The wagon’s height handle adjusts for different heights and is lockable to minimize tripping hazards. The wagon moves on large knobby rear tires to deliver the much-needed all-terrain utility and comfort.
The suspension soaks up shocks and obstacle impacts protecting the passengers against constant swaying when moving off-road. The cruiser also has in-built wells for snacks and trinkets for each seat. The comfort can also be enhanced by manipulating the collapsible footwell available for each seat.
The wagon also has an intuitive steering system, with front-wheel swivels and an easy-to-access one-touch brake system.
The wagon (here is how Wonderfold differs from Veer) can also be folded single-handedly using the one-hand fold/fold option converting it into a portable and self-standing.
The wagon features interior mesh pockets for toys, snacks and can be accessorized with a rear storage foldable bag for your essentials.
- Comes with 1 snack tray, drink tray, and 2 cup holders.
- It is JPMA certified and meets all ASTM safety standards.
- Lockable, height-adjustable push/pull handlebar.
- Interior mesh storage pockets.
- Front swivel wheels.
- All-terrain tires.
- Compatible with infant car seats.
- 2 passenger seats that are contoured and vented.
- Single hand fold/unfold mechanism.
- It folds into a self-standing system.
- Precision-engineered all-terrain suspension, frame, and tires.
- Rear tires come with fenders.
- One-touch brake system.
- Built-in footwell.
- Airplane-grade aluminum frame.
- Two 3 point safety harness.
- It is versatile and durable.
- Easy to maneuver
- Compatible with infant car seats and can convert into a bassinet.
- It allows for customization.
- It is hose washable and has stain-resistant fabric.
- It is adequately aerated.
- It has limited storage space.
- Most of the accessories have to be purchased separately.
- Requires considerable effort to fold and unfold.
- Has a 3 point safety harness instead of 5 points.
- It is relatively costly.
Reviews of Veer Cruiser Wagon
Most users note that the low sidewalls make it easy for kids to venture in and out. They are also impressed with how easy the wagon fabric cleans, how easily it maneuvers and folds into a lightweight easy to carry fold.
Those who feel shortchanged note that the wagon has limited storage space and compromised harness points despite the exorbitant pricing.
Alternatives to Veer vs. Pronto Wagon
Evenflo Pivot Xplore Wagon
The versatile Evenflo Pivot Xplore has a telescopic handle that rotates to the front/back to serve as the push/pull handlebar. This helps cut back on the weight of having two handles making it more portable and lightweight.
The wagon easily folds into a compact easy to carry fold using a one-touch fold/unfold mechanism. Despite this compact and portable size, the wagon can still manage a total weight limit of 120 pounds, and this translates to about 55 pounds per seat.
Like the Veer wagon, the Evenflo wagon (skip to Veer and Evenflo review) is compatible with infant car seats and stroller seats. This versatility makes it give users a more prolonged usage as it can see your kids transition from infants to toddlers and even teens.
The parent is not forgotten either. To the outside are cup holders made of fabric that has an elastic band on top. The elastic bands allow the pouches to stretch to accommodate both water bottles and coffee cups. For kids, it comes with a snack/drink tray.
The Pivot Xplore (proceed to a detailed Evenflo Pivot Xplore review) comes with a 3 point safety harness, UPF 50+ canopy, and is steered by all-terrain tires. It also has a generous storage space to pack most of the essentials for a trip to the beach or park. Each seat has a footwell and is sufficiently padded to keep kids comfortable.
The key selling point of the wagon lies in its versatility, spacious storage, and ease of functionality. On the flip side, it is pretty tricky to fold/unfold and does not handle great compared to the likes of Wonderfold.
The stroller wagon has all-terrain wheels that go from the pavement to the beach and beyond. Even more features parents appreciate a compact fold for easy stowing, UPF 50+ canopy, flip flop-friendly brakes, and more.
The Keenz wagon is the closest you can get to the Pronto wagon. Like the Pronto, it easily folds with the canopy attached, has both the Push/pull handlebar, and weighs 32 pounds.
Each wagon comes in a Keenz grey cooler bag, canopy storage bag, a snap-in snack tray, and a cup holder. The mélange fabric is removable, has a 5 point safety harness and a shoe storage compartment to keep the interior clean.
The Keenz wagon (read more on Keenz stroller wagon) smoothly rolls along even and uneven terrains with minimal impact to the occupants. This is courtesy of the all-terrain tires and wheel suspension that absorb and dissipate any impact.
The wagon easily maneuvers tight corners while keeping the passengers comfortable in the thickly padded interior. The wagon can be stopped using a one-step brake system and folded by the one-touch fold mechanism.
The main drawback to this wagon is the absence of a footrest and a slightly bulky fold. The upside to the wagon includes its low pricing, durability, versatility, and functionality.
Answer: Pronto wagons are designed in Germany but manufactured in Korea, whereas Veer is designed in the US but manufactured in China.
Answer: For now, no. But both can bear loads of more than 100 pounds and can therefore bear the weight of more than two kids. But cumulatively, their weight should be less than the maximum weight the wagons carry. Check Wonderfold Quad if you are after a 4 seater wagon.
Answer: No. Only the Veer wagon can convert into a bassinet.
Final Thoughts: Pronto is the Better Option
Ability to bear almost double the weight of strollers (check our best-handpicked Veer vs. Wonderfold strollers), versatility, durability, and ease of maneuvering are among the key features that make wagons more appealing. On these fronts, both the Veer and Pronto do pretty well.
However, despite being costly, Pronto has more features, accessories and offers a more elastic means to customize. It also has more safety features that are lacking in the Veer. This makes Pronto a better option for parents with older kids. The one undoing of this wagon is incompatibility with infant car seats.
So all things put into perspective, Pronto is outrightly the better option.
Veer, on the other hand, would make a good buy for parents with younger kids. This is because it can easily be converted into a bassinet and is compatible with infant car seats.