RECALL: Peg Perego Strollers

Older models of the Pliko P3 and Venezia strollers are being recalled due to strangulation/entrapment hazard. Always strap your children into their strollers.

Always make sure your child is seat-belted in the stroller.

Health Canada is (re)issuing a recall involving older models of Peg Perego Pliko P3 and Venezia strollers (model numbers below), sold January 2004 to September 2007.

All recalled models have trays with only one cup holder. If your Peg Perego has a bumper bar or a tray with two cup holders, you’re in the clear. But please double check the model numbers because this is a serious recall.

Pliko P3 Model Nos.       
IPFR28CA34                     
IPFT28NA63                      
IPFT28NA64                      
IPP328CA09                      
IPP328CA10                      
IPPA28CA32                      
IPPA28CA33     
IPPA28CA34     
IPPD28NA34     
IPPF28NA32     
IPPF28NA57     
IPPF28NA65     
IPPF28NA66     
IPPF28NA68     
IPPO28CA32     
IPPO28CA34     
IPPO28CA62     
IPPO28CA69     
IPPO28CA70     
IPPO28CA71

Venezia Model Nos.
IPVA13CA09
IPVA13CA10
IPVA13CA32
IPVA13CA34
IPVC13NA32
IPVC13NA34

The models are being recalled because they pose entrapment and strangulation hazards — particularly to children younger than 12 months old who are not strapped into the stroller. Infants risk slipping through the gap between the seat and stroller tray, and becoming entrapped at the neck.

These strollers met all the safety regulations when they were first manufactured, and they continue to now. So always make sure your child is seat-belted in the stroller. 

If you have one of these strollers:
Contact Peg Perego Canada Inc. Customer Service Line at 1-800-661-5050 or via their website.