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    Infant car seat for Jeep Liberty

    What infant car seat fits best in a 2004 Jeep Liberty? I want to be able to put the car seat behind the drivers seat. Thank you.

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    Admin - CPS Technician joolsplus3's Avatar
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    Re: Infant car seat for Jeep Liberty

    Almost any seat should fit, provided the driver doesn't need excessive leg room to drive. Do you have a Babies R Us near you? They allow you to try out floor models in your car and you can see what works best. Chicco Key Fit is probably the shortest seat front-to-back so if you really need a lot of leg room, try that one first.
    CPST since 2003, pu"R"ple since 2008, three kids growing too fast since 1997, 1999 and 2006

    Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good

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    We have used a Chicco KeyFif in my husband's '06 Liberty and it fits fine. We have it behind the passenger seat but it still allows decent leg room.
    Full-time stepmom to DD1, 11, Incognito/5-stepping
    Mama to DD2, 5, True Fit, Complete Air, booster training
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