Recaro Monza Nova Evo Seatfix review
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- Group 2/3 High-back booster
The Recaro Monza Nova Evo Seatfix is an entry-level high-backed booster seat that comes with Isofix connectors to attach it to your car. It doesn't have speakers in the headrest, like other Monza Nova models, but this seat looks pretty simple and easy to use. Will it protect well in a crash? Read our full crash test review to find out.
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- Direction of travelForward-facing
- Manufacturer URLWww.recaro-cs-com
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