Camry 3 Across with 2 Frontiers?

stdldb29

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Is it possible to get anything in between those 2 frontiers in an 09 Camry, or what about a parkway, frontier, and a marathon? Would that be possible?
 
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NVMBR02

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It might be possible, especially if it was a narrow RFing seat.

I was able to get two Frontier 85s and a RFing Radian XTSL in our 2009 Ford Fusion. I am not familiar with the 09 Camry, but I am guessing it is similar in size, though the shape of the vehicle seats can make a big difference.
 

tam_shops

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Fusion is bigger (in car and back seat) than the Camry. I had both for rental cars last month.

The Camry certainly had more room than my Matrix in the back. I can get 1 GN, 1 RF RN and 1 Montery (or Maestro) in my back. The trick being 1 RF seat.

Try before you buy...

tam
 

NVMBR02

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Fusion is bigger (in car and back seat) than the Camry. I had both for rental cars last month.

tam

Thanks. I googled quickly and the Camry's rear hiproom measurement was slightly larger (like half and inch) than the Fusion's so I thought they would be fairly similar in size. Then again, the shape of the seats could be the major difference.
 

Cryssy Jane

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I don't know what the difference is between an 09 camry and an 06 impreza sedan, but I was able to get 2 frontiers outboard (1 long belt path, 1 short belt path - no room to buckle if you do the second lbp) and a rear facing radian center. All seatbelt installs of course. It was tough and there were swear words involved but it was do-able. Not something I'd recommend re-installing often though.

ETA: looks like the camry is 54.6 and the impreza is 53.3 inches
 

clmchrissy

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I have no idea how the Camry rear seat compares to an Accords, but that would have not worked in my 06 Accord sedans back seat due to the shape of the seats:(
 

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