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Thread: Used XC90....

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    Used XC90....

    I'm looking to replace my car, and am considering the XC 90, 2007 or older. Are there any particular years that are better or worse for kid/carseat use? I will only ever have ONE kid in a carseat (it's my grandson, but he's with us a lot). He'll be 2yo next month. The seat that would go in the XC90 would be a RF Guide 65 (the RF MyRide HAS to stay in the '11 Corolla....it's strangely one of very few seats that fits well...."puzzling" with two adult size people).

    Other car passengers are all adult size. My two youngest, 12yo and 15yo, DO NOT LIKE being squished in the back with a carseat in the Corollas that we currently drive (1999 and 2011). So I'm hoping to install the seat in the 3rd row. That way one of them will sit with him when he's with us, and one in the second row, but both can sit in the second row when he's not with us.

    Thanks!

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