Middle seat Ford Maverick

mfrasier

Member
Hey yall, it’s been years. New round of littles have graced the extended family and I will need to get 3 adults and 2 RF car seats into one vehicle.

Sooo…any idea what will fit well between the driver and passenger seats of a ford maverick?

I’m still tall and figure there is a greater possibility of slotting the seat between the two front seats than finding something compact enough it won’t touch. Damn them for taking away the CCO because it would be absolutely perfect right now.

Thanks for the help.
 
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ketchupqueen

CPST and ketchup snob
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Hey yall, it’s been years. New round of littles have graced the extended family and I will need to get 3 adults and 2 RF car seats into one vehicle.

Sooo…any idea what will fit well between the driver and passenger seats of a ford maverick?

I’m still tall and figure there is a greater possibility of slotting the seat between the two front seats than finding something compact enough it won’t touch. Damn them for taking away the CCO because it would be absolutely perfect right now.

Thanks for the help.
Hi!

Generally, the Graco SlimFit3 LX/True3Fit or the Clek convertibles are good bets when you need narrow. The Graco convertibles are also quite compact front to back. I haven't worked in your vehicle but I would start by trying the SlimFit3 LX/True3Fit (make sure it's that model, NOT the regular SlimFit- IDK why they insist on keeping two seats with the same name on the market) from a store with easy returns (Amazon, Target, etc) and go from there.
 

mfrasier

Member
Hi!

Generally, the Graco SlimFit3 LX/True3Fit or the Clek convertibles are good bets when you need narrow. The Graco convertibles are also quite compact front to back. I haven't worked in your vehicle but I would start by trying the SlimFit3 LX/True3Fit (make sure it's that model, NOT the regular SlimFit- IDK why they insist on keeping two seats with the same name on the market) from a store with easy returns (Amazon, Target, etc) and go from there.
Thanks for the help! I tried and returned the radian it didn’t fit between the seats in middle, the middle isn’t exactly middle apparently *rolls eyes* and was definitely too long front to back to be RF on the side. I’ve already got the Britax poplar on the way to try as the exchange (hadn’t seen this post yet). The Graco you’re suggesting is the one where the cup holders come off not spin/fold in on themselves correct? If the Poplar doesn’t work that will be my next move.
 

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