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    Convertible seat for 2008 and 2010 Honda Civic.

    Hi there!
    My 4 month old is a big boy and will most likely be outgrowing his peg perego primo viaggio 4-35 this summer. He is on the highest height setting now so I want to start my search for a replacement asap. My budget isn't as important as provenance. I do not want a Chinese-made car seat. I would prefer a European, Canadian, or even US made car seat.
    My husband and I both have Honda civics (2008 & 2010 same body).

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    Re: Convertible seat for 2008 and 2010 Honda Civic.

    Here is the list of where seats are made:

    http://carseatblog.com/25477/country...eats-are-made/
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    Big kid and want North American- or European-made? I strongly suggest the Clek Foonf or Fllo.

    http://carseatblog.com/31754/clek-fl...e-i-say-royal/

    http://carseatblog.com/25386/clek-fo...fety-features/
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    Although if he's very much more tall than heavy, you might get more RF time out of a Britax Clicktight Boulevard or Advocate.

    I would strongly suggest playing with the seats in the store and test-installing them in your car, to see if you like them. Buy Buy Baby typically has the Fllo and definitely has the Clicktight convertibles. Clek's website lists other retailers. Babies R Us has the Britax Clicktights and will let you try them in your car.
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    Re: Convertible seat for 2008 and 2010 Honda Civic.

    Our first is coming in a few weeks, and we just bought a Peg Perego Primo Viaggio 4-35. We're having problems getting it to fit in a 2009 Honda Civic. Did you have any of these problems? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Convertible seat for 2008 and 2010 Honda Civic.

    I would suggest starting your own thread so your question doesn't get lost.

    Are you trying to install your seat with a seatbelt or with LATCH? In which position (center or outboard) are you trying to install the seat?


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