A friend of mine may have to put her 7 year old in a no back booster. She is a good size and has almost outgrown the Regent. Would you be ok with a no back? It may be the only thing that fits where she needs it.
That's what I'd be concerned about too. I don't even get a good shoulder fit in that position in my Sienna, and I'm 5'9". It makes me nervous when I have to ride back there.I'd be concerned about shoulder belt fit with a pull down belt with a small child. It would really depend on how that particular child fits in the belt with just a backless. I personally prefer not to have a child who fits in a highback in a backless.
Well, I was told it was a 2003 but that may be wrong. The middle position does have a sholder belt and a headrest or I would never concider a booster, of course.
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