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    Quote Originally Posted by Pippy&Woof View Post
    Our 2006 Nissan Pathfinder has Isofix too, but only 2 points (not in the middle). I would definitely like to get a carseat with Isofix when we have a third child.
    Thats the same with mine I think.

    ETA: Its not visible, the only way i know is from the tag, if i put my hand between the seat i can feel the hooks. If i didnt know what it was or where to look i wouldnt know its there. You may have it in your car if its only 12mths old.

    (sorry couldnt quote correct member)
    Last edited by IndigoJ; 10-11-2012 at 00:14.

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    Looking at Isofix seats, Im in looove! The all look so much safer that aussie seats!

    So my plan is. I have a safe and sound seat (that rearfaces to 12kg, DS2 is 10kg), but it has no material on it. Ill try to buy a cover for it to use until Isofix is legal.


 

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