A Wearable Car Seat Meets Chic Stroller: The Tayla XP Travel System
A Wearable Car Seat Meets Chic Stroller: The Tayla XP Travel System
July 27, 2021

A Wearable Car Seat Meets Chic Stroller: The Tayla XP Travel System

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A Wearable Car Seat Meets Chic Stroller: The Tayla XP Travel System

Maxi-Cosi’s newest infant car seat, the Coral XP, is unlike any other car seat you’ve probably seen in your gear research. From the outside, it looks like a regular infant car seat. But it has a soft, ultra-lightweight carrier inside that you can remove and wear like a cross-body bag with the included shoulder strap (a huge win for those “quick” trips into the store).

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And now you can pair this unique car seat with one of Maxi-Cosi’s most popular strollers to create the Tayla XP Travel System. Babylist Scout Courtney took this stroller-and-car seat combo for a test drive in the video review above. Here are the important details you need to know.

What It Does

There are a few really standout features on the Tayla XP travel system. For the Coral XP Infant Car seat, these include:

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  • Four different ways to carry it: Save your arms by using the cross-body strap. You can also carry it by the soft insert handles, hold it by the hard shell like you would with a normal car seat or pop it on the stroller.

  • Bonus safety features: The Coral XP uses special one-click LATCH connectors for quick and secure installation. There are also indicators that let you know it’s installed correctly, plus a stability leg that adds extra protection in the event of a crash.
  • Belt path install: The Coral XP travels well—you can install it without the base for easy trips in ride shares and taxis.

With Maxi-Cosi’s Tayla stroller, you get:

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  • Multiple riding modes: Once your little one outgrows their infant car seat, the modular seat on the Tayla stroller means your baby can ride facing you or the world. And there are four different recline settings to keep them comfy.

  • Extra Privacy: For sunny days or distraction-free naps, Maxi Cosi’s breathable, extendable “Max Shade” canopy covers your baby’s seat entirely and zips away to store neatly when not in use.
  • All-wheel suspension: Bumps? What bumps? The lockable swivel wheels and top-notch suspension on this stroller makes for a smooth nap-friendly ride.

There are plenty more creature comforts packed into this travel system, which you can see first-hand in Courtney’s video review (the adjustable handlebar is a particularly nice touch).

Maxi-Cosi Tayla XP Travel System Adjustable Handlebar

Why You’d Want That

Even the most lightweight car seats can be awkward to carry—sort of like trying to get through a crowded airport with a big tote bag in the crook of your elbow. The convenience of the cross-body strap and inner carrier of the Coral XP really adds up when you have several places to go throughout the day.

Being able to combine your ideal car seat with an equally nice stroller isn’t always possible. But with the Tayla XP travel system, you get the convenience of the Coral XP paired with a chic, lightweight stroller that’s heavy on the bells and whistles. See just what those bells and whistles look like—and how this gear works together—in Courtney’s video review.

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