Chicco nextfit or Maxi Cosi Pria 70 for 18 month old

kimmylynnk

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Hi
What would be the better choice? Chicco Nextfit or Maxi cosi pria 70?
We have a Honda minivan and install it in the middle. The Foonf was just too tall for that seat. I'm looking to keep RF for as long as possible. Would prefer a seat that isn't too tall. If there is a better seat other than these 2 please inform me. Open to all suggestions. Prefer easy install with latch. Thanks you for advice.
 
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MotoMommaNH

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Answering on which will last the longest only- the Nexfit most likely. Just because you can RF to within 1 inch with the headrest fully extended. The Pria has a 40" standing height limit.
 

Stelvis

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Answering on which will last the longest only- the Nexfit most likely. Just because you can RF to within 1 inch with the headrest fully extended. The Pria has a 40" standing height limit.
The Nextfit will not install properly in the center second row of an '11+ Ody though. So depending on her model year she might have to use another spot. I'm not sure whether the Pria fits there or not.
 

kimmylynnk

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The Nextfit will not install properly in the center second row of an '11+ Ody though. So depending on her model year she might have to use another spot. I'm not sure whether the Pria fits there or not.
Why would the Chicco next fit not install properly with latch on the center of second row? I currently have a Graco click connect 40 base and carseat installed there with latch. The Foonf was too tall for that seat. The second row seats are also in the wide angle mode so there is more room between seats. Thank you for your help...
 

thepote

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Why would the Chicco next fit not install properly with latch on the center of second row? I currently have a Graco click connect 40 base and carseat installed there with latch. The Foonf was too tall for that seat. The second row seats are also in the wide angle mode so there is more room between seats. Thank you for your help...
I've read here that it moves around too much no matter the installation method. You just can't get it tight there.
 

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