Here's which car seat is best for your Nissan car, truck, or SUV
A sniff will tell you if your milk is expired. A squeeze of an orange will tell you if the fruit is past its prime. It's not just the size of a child that dictates when it's time to change out their car seat.
Nissan and Infiniti engineers spend thousands of hours a year evaluating and installing child safety seats. The team has come up with the Snug Kids Child Safety Seat Guide, which helps parents confidently select a child restraint system that best fits their vehicle.
The guide covers models of the past (hello, 2005 Xterra) and present. Each vehicle has a handy PDF that covers car seat recommendations by brand and notes which styles of seat (booster, rear-facing, or forward-facing) have been proved to fit appropriately into the second-row seating in the Nissans.
Each PDF also includes the contact information for each car seat brand so that parents can easily find out how to get in touch with the manufacturer to get additional information, if required.
The 2019 Nissan Maxima and 2019 Nissan Murano recently earned accolades from Cars.com for their design, which allows easy car seat installation. Check out all the names on the 2019 Cars.com Car Seat Check Honor Roll, shown in the video below.
2019 Cars.com Car Seat Check Honor Roll www.youtube.com
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