Recaro Privia Evo review
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- Group 0 plus
The Recaro Privia Evo Group 0+ baby car seat can be used from birth up until your baby is around 13kg (around 15 months old). It's installed using your car's adult seat belt, so could be good choice for older vehicles. This baby car seat also has advance side protection and a special harness that's not supposed to twist. Will all this help protect your baby in a crash? Read the results of our crash tests in our review.
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