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    Default 3 seats in back of Mitsubishi Outlander?

    We're considering buying a 2013 Outlander. Baby number 3 is due in December and we'll need a capsule, and seats for a 2 yo and 5 yo in the back. Would rather keep 5yo in a full harness.

    Anyone got one of these and fit three seats in?

    I would get slim line ones, just need to know if it's possible, and my research is leading me to different conclusions!

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    I have a 2011 model and have a capsual and child seat in it and don't really see how I could fit a third seat in, when i bought the car the sales person recon it can fit three in but can't see how, one is slimfit one isnt so maybe if all three were slim maybe

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    Thanks. This is my problem because other people are telling me they all fit in with no problems! Must just depend on the seats I think.

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    My mum and dad have an outlander. Not sure the year but 2010 onwards.

    They have a infasecure neon in the back for DS and I really think you'd struggle to get 3 across the back and his seat is a slimline seat.

    I'm always surprised how much smaller it is than our territory inside when I go in there. Also feels very gutless to drive.

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    I think you would, you just need to find the right combo. I can ask on the child restraint facebook page for you if you like.

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    I have a capsule and a slim line booster in mine. The space between the two is very small, another seat wouldn't fit in mine. You would have to find very slim line car seats to fit. Good luck.

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    This is from one of the restraints Facebook pages. Obviously not all combos but these are ones people have had and commented have worked

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    I think you would, you just need to find the right combo. I can ask on the child restraint facebook page for you if you like.
    Yes please that would be awesome!

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    I'm also now wondering if another option is installing anchor points in the back row of a seven seater such as a Captiva 7.....

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    Ford Territory is very popular with parents with 3+ kids. I've posted a question for you, I'll let you know what answers I get.


 

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