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    feelin' froggy
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    Exclamation Acura TL car seat?!

    Hi all,

    We recently purchased a 2004 Acura TL. We love the car but are having a heck of time trying to find the right car seat for it. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what would work best with this car?

    Thanks!!!
    Marianne

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    In the compatibility link about, the closest to your Acura is a 2002. A Britax roundabout is report as a great choice.

    What you may want to do is find a baby speciality store (babies room ect) that will allow you to take the child seat to your car and try the seat out. That way you will know if it fits or not. If you can't find a store that will do this, then check to see if they will accept the seat back as a return if it doesn't fit after you have a technician see if the child seat fits

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    Admin - CPS Technician Emeritus UlrikeDG's Avatar
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    Toys R Us and Babies R Us have a great reputation for letting parents try floor models in their vehicles. They may require you to leave an ID or CC with them, but they should let you take things out to your car to try out.

    I agree that the Roundabout is a good place to start. It and the Britax Marathon tend to be compatible with a wide range of vehicles.
    Ulrike, mom to:
    Roman (3/98), Evalina (3/00), Nadia (3/03), and Kira (11/07)


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