Maxi-Cosi is one of the most popular child car seat brands you can buy in the UK and across Europe. It offers child restraints that can take your little one from birth right up to 12 years old.
Read on to find out which Maxi-Cosi car seats are suitable for your baby or child's age/stage, how much they'll cost you and how the different seats compare.
The cheapest Maxi-Cosi car seat we've tested is the Rodi XP.
It's a group II/III high-back booster which retails for £89, and it's approved for use for children weighing 15-36kg, which is around age four up to 12 years old.
You strap in your child using the car's adult seatbelt and it weighs 4.5kg so could be a good choice if you have to remove or move your car seat into other cars on a regular basis.
When the AxissFix Air launched in 2018 it was marketed as the first child car seat with built-in airbags, designed to activate on impact and make it 55% safer than any other forward-facing car seat.
This kind of technology comes at a price, however, as the AxissFix Air retails for £549, making it the most pricey of the Maxi-Cosi car seats we currently have reviews for.
It's approved for use with children measuring 61-105cm tall, which is around four months to four years old.
The Maxi-Cosi Rock is an i-Size car seat approved for use from when your child measures 45cm to 76cm (birth to approximately 12 months).
It can be used with the FamilyFix One Isofix base or installed using the car's adult seat belt.
It's travel system compatible with a range of Maxi-Cosi pushchairs.
As well as crash testing child car seats, we also provide comfort ratings, and with the newborn padding inlay, this car seat scores well. Find out how it did in our other tests, including front and side impacts and ease of installation, by reading the full .
Like the Rock, the Pebble Plus is an i-Size approved car seat for infants.
It's suitable for children measuring 40-75cm and can be used with Maxi-Cosi's 2WayFix base or installed using the car's adult seatbelt.
It's light - weighing 4.5kg - which is vital for an infant carrier as you usually strap your baby in to the seat before lifting and fitting it in the car.
The Pebble Pro is the latest version of the Pebble car seat, and is part of Maxi-Cosi's 3wayFamily.
You can use it with the 3wayFix base or strap it in using the car's adult seatbelt.
Its spec is similar to the Pebble Plus, but it does have a slightly different score.
If you want the convenience of a swivel car seat, the AxissFix Plus is an i-Size car seat that's approved for use from birth to when your child measures 105cm, which is around four years old.
It's rearward-facing from birth up to 88cm (around 15 months old), as is the legal requirement for all i-Size (R129) car seats.
The 360-degree base means you can swivel the seat towards you while you strap your child in, rather than having to lean into the car.
Launched in 2019, the Jade is the first i-Size approved carrycot-style car seat.
You click it into a base just like an infant carrier, but your newborn can lie flat. This solves the issue of not being able to transport very young babies in car seats for long periods of time.
It can be used from birth until your baby measures 70cm, which isn't long and could be as young as six months old.
The Pearl Pro is an i-Size car seat that's approved for use for children measuring 67cm to 105cm, which is approximately one to four years old. You can turn your baby forward-facing once they're 15 months old, or keep them rearward until they're four.
It can only be installed using an Isofix base, so you'll need to make sure your car has Isofix connectors.
The AxissFix i-Size is very similar to the AxissFix Plus (mentioned above) except it can only be used from when your child measures 61cm, which is around four months.
Essentially, it lacks the newborn insert that comes with the Plus, but offers the same protection up to 105cm or four years old.
The Cabriofix has been around for years, but it's a popular Maxi-Cosi car seat.
It's approved to the older car seat regulations (R44) for babies weighing up to 13kg, which is around 15 months of age.
We first tested it in 2008, when it didn't do very well in our side-impact test, but we retested it in 2018.
This is the cheapest Maxi-Cosi infant carrier that we've tested.
It's approved for use for newborns and babies weighing up to 13kg, which is around 18 months.
Approved for use for children weighing nine to 36kg (around one to 12 years old), this is a multi-stage car seat designed to last your child from babyhood right through to when he or she will no longer require a car seat.
It requires Isofix and a top tether to be installed as a group 1 seat, but in other modes can be fitted using the car's adult seat belt.
This is a forward-facing group 1 toddler car seat, that's installed via your car's Isofix.
It's approved for use with children weighing nine to 18kg, which is around 15 months to four years.
It can be reclined to three different levels, which can be useful if your toddler tends to doze off on a drive.
The Tobi is almost the same as the TobiFix except it is installed using the car's adult seatbelt.
There are no Isofix connectors, so it could be on your shortlist for a group 1 toddler seat if you have an older car that lacks Isofix.
The Rodi XP Fix is identical to the Rodi XP we touched on earlier, except this model has Isofix connectors.
As it's a group II/III seat, there's no harness - you strap your child in using the car's adult seatbelt.
Another member of the Rodi family of car seats from Maxi-Cosi, this one is also group II/III, meaning it's approved for use with children weighing between 15-36kg, or around aged three to 12 years.
The AirProtect comes from a special layer in the headrest cushion which absorbs the forces of a side-impact crash.
Look out for reviews of these four Maxi-Cosi car seats currently being put through our rigorous crash tests. We'll have results to publish in May 2020.
An i-Size infant carrier approved for use from 45cm to 75cm (newborn to 12 months) with an innovative built-in soft carrier to make lifting your baby in and out of the car seat easier.
This i-Size car seat is suitable for children measuring 100 to 150cm, which is around age four to 12 years.
Look out for the ClickAssist light in this i-Size car seat, designed to illuminate the buckle area to aid you when strapping your child in.
Suitable from birth to seven years, this multi-stage car seats is installed using Isofix connectors.