Halfords has launched a new range of child car seats and a price matching promise to tempt parents wanting to purchase a child car seat.
Halfords also claims to have improved the look and feel of the child car seat sections of its stores, with new information displays to make them more welcoming to parents.
Visit our child car seat reviews to find out which car seats we recommend after testing them in our unique crash tests and ease of use assessments.
Halfords will match online child car seat prices
For the first time Halfords stores will now match its own online prices, as well as those of other online retailers. Halfords says that prices will be monitored and updated daily.
The new price promise states: ‘If you find a cheaper price we’ll match it, and if you find it after you’ve purchased from us we’ll refund the difference within seven days of receipt of your goods.
‘Simply take a print out of the competitor’s online price into any Halfords store, ensuring, date and price are shown and we will match the competitor price if within policy.’
Wider range of child car seats in Halfords stores
Halfords has also added nine new child car seats to its in-store range. These include the £130 Joie Stages extended rear-facing Group 0+/1/2 seat (pictured above), and the forward facing Maxi Cosi Rubi Group 1 car seat (£144).
Which? has recently tested both of these child car seats. Read our review of the Joie Stages car seat and Maxi Cosi Rubi review to find out if we recommend either of these car seats.
Halfords has also extended its own-brand Pampero range, introducing three new budget-priced ‘Simply Pampero’ car seats.
Two new Little Tikes booster cushions complete the range. However, Which? does not recommend the use of booster cushions – visit our guide to choosing a child car seat to find out why.