Maxi Cosi Citi review
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- Group 0 plus
- Not extended rear-facing
If your car lacks Isofix connectors and you're on a budget, then the Maxi-Cosi Citi Group 0+ car seat may appeal. Costing around £100, this seat can be installed using the car's adult seat belt, plus it's travel system compatible with Maxi-Cosi and Quinny pushchairs. Will this baby car seat protect your baby when it's needed most? Read our crash test results in our full review to find out.
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- Direction of travelRearward-facing
- Manufacturer URLwww.maxi-cosi.com
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