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    Carseat for jeep liberty

    Does the combi coccoro to fit? I'm expecting twins next month and have already tried the graco 30 and 35 as wel as combi shuttle

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    Re: Carseat for jeep liberty

    Quote Originally Posted by bonniejhailer View Post
    Does the combi coccoro to fit? I'm expecting twins next month and have already tried the graco 30 and 35 as wel as combi shuttle
    That was actually a seat I was going to suggest on your previous thread.

    I don't have personal experience with your vehicle, but think the Coccoro is worth a try in your car. I am hoping someone who has experience with your car will be able to answer for sure.

    If you did go with the Coccoro, would you be okay with the fact that the seats are stationary and are not easy to just pop in and out of the car? I just want to check.


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    Yes, the Coccoro fits well.
    DS1 3.24.10 riding in a Frontier 90 in booster mode and a Cybex M-Fix.
    DS2 1.18.14 rear facing in a Foonf and a Fllo.

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