Which Cars Fit 3 Car Seats? Editor’s note: This post was updated on September 21, 2022, to reflect additions to the list.
Which Cars Fit 3 Car Seats?
in more than 10 The years that Cars.com editors installed car seats in vehicles to test both fit and space, we’ve come across cars, SUVs, vans, and vans that can comfortably and securely fit three car seats across the back seat of a vehicle.
When we come across more cars, trucks, vans, and SUV’s that have a three seat child safety seat, we’ll be adding to this list.
Car Seat Inspection
To check car seats, the front seats are set to a comfortable position for the 6-foot-6 driver and 5-foot-6-inch passenger. The three child seats – a high-back booster seat, a convertible car seat and a rear-facing infant safety seat – are fitted in the second row. We use Graco, Chicco and Britax car seats for our checks. We install car seats using latch anchors, or using a seat belt if we are unable to use the latch due to difficulty or unavailability.
The booster seat is behind the driver’s seat, and infant seats and convertible seats (in the front and rear position) are installed behind the passenger seat. We also install an infant seat in the center seat for the second row with booster and convertible in the outer seats to see if three car seats are suitable.
To match, a child sitting in the booster seat Should To be able to access the seat belt buckle and all three seats must be at appropriate angles for safety – they do not lock in. In some cases, our three seats in the car approx Probably a better fit, narrow-fitting car seats. If there is a third row, we install a booster seat and a convertible front seat.
Editors Jennifer Geiger and Jennifer Neumann, as well as former editor Matt Schmitz, are certified child safety seat installers. To learn more about how our car seat inspections are performed, . And for more information on common car seat mistakes to avoid, watch the video below.