At the Emmaljunga booth, we discovered that even this venerable pram manufacturer has jumped onto the hybrid bandwagon, with a chassis that features the asymmetrical wheel configuration. It has quite a nice feel, actually.
I’ve never seen a new Emmaljunga, since they are no longer available in the US, but I’ve heard that they’re very smooth and easy to push. I didn’t really believe it, particularly in contrast to the all-terrain and hybrid strollers, but I tried one, and could see why people like them. Even the chassis with four fixed wheels had a surprisingly light and responsive feel.