There is a picture on page 2-49 through 2-55 of your owner's manual on how to safely secure three child seats as long as they fit. I hope this helps.Mommier said:We are expecting our third child in May and are looking for any parents who have been able to do it. It's hard to get an adult to sit in with the two seats we have now. If you have been able to configure this, what car seats do you have?
not to be a negative nancy but how does this help the lady? how about a recommend that the design team thought of in advance of a car seat that she can purchase 3 of.Chevrolet Customer Svc said:There is a picture on page 2-49 through 2-55 of your owner's manual on how to safely secure three child seats as long as they fit. I hope this helps.
Tricia, GM Customer Service.
There are some car seats that are narrow so you can fit 3 seats in the back. An example is the Diono Radian RXT Convertible Car Seat. Its width is about 17 inches.Mommier said:We are expecting our third child in May and are looking for any parents who have been able to do it. It's hard to get an adult to sit in with the two seats we have now. If you have been able to configure this, what car seats do you have?
Couldn't have timed the bump any better though. My wife just took delivery of a brand new '16 Terrain Denali, and one of the prerequisites during my research was the ability to fit 3 car-seats across the bench, while the rear-facing seat would not impede on front passenger comfort (keeping the cost below $40k was another prerequisite and so these two requirements really singled out the Terrain and the Equinox).BandDirector said:...ya'll know this is a 5 year old thread that was resurrected by a first timer, right?
I'm familiar with the musical-chairs! My wife's previous car could not fit 3-across or rear-face, so while she had gone to work with her daily, I dropped off the kids in our main family hauler, a Ford Flex, and went to school afterwards. On her way home from work my poor wife would swap cars in my campus parking lot so she can pick up the kids in the Flex while I was still in class. What a pain! Then I'd have to drive home in her car with its wimpy 168hp 2.6L V6 (nevermind that it was a Benz C-class...traded-in for Terrain). At least she got to have fun with the Turbocharged V6 of the Flex!rbarrios said:Im going to try to fit 3 Dionos in the back of the Nox. and ill update.
We have 2 in the Traverse and 2 in the Nox.
They are pricey--- butin the Traverse--- they allow the 2nd row 40 portion of the seat to 'smart slide' to allow access to the 3rd row....
something that cant be done with regular car seats... (I often carry up to 8 in the Traverse).
I did buy the initial 2 for $289 each.
Got tired of swapping seats from Traverse to Nox- depending on who was picking up the kids.. (the seats are heavy- at about 25 lbs each).
Eventually bought 2 more on sale on Amazon for $219 each....
Currently on Amazon for $250.
I think there's plenty of clearance.rbarrios said:ill try the seatbelts for the outer--- though I like how snug the seats fit with the LATCH.
THe other thing-- is there a concern of the seat-- beating too close to the door--- where the side air bags deploy?
(though in reality-- we will not be carrying 3 across in the Nox).