[Biturbos4] Baby Seat
Audi-Fans at BackYardEngineering.com
Fri Jul 7 11:21:36 EDT 2006
I believe we used a Century rear facing with the base that stayed in the car and
then switched to the Alpha Omega by COSCO. The Alpha Omega, as the name implies,
works rear facing an then forward facing, continuing through to use with the
car's seat belt (booster). Both seats were a tight fight when used rear facing
even in an '01 A6...
Aurangzeb M. Agha wrote:
> Would you mind posting which baby-seat you had?
> On Thu, 6 Jul 2006 thehenrys at sympatico.ca wrote:
> :Hi John,
> :I didn't have any problems with rear-facing baby seats in my urS4. They seem to have just the right amount of back seat leg room, with a good balance of ride comfort and performance!
> :> From: John <Audi-Fans at BackYardEngineering.com>
> :> Date: 2006/07/05 Wed PM 01:44:54 EST
> :> To: ama-list at mltp.com
> :> CC: Bi-Turbo Audi S4 Audi Fan Group <biturbos4 at audifans.com>
> :> Subject: Re: [Biturbos4] Baby Seat
> :> Aurangzeb M. Agha wrote:
> :> > I've had trouble getting a baby seat in the back of my '01 S4: when a
> :> > friend came over last year, we could only get people to set in the car
> :> > (and get the seat in) by putting it in the middle, in the back, and moving
> :> > the front seats up.
> :> >
> :> > I'm 6'3", and need to have the driver's set all the way back. Any
> :> > ideas/thoughts on what options I have if I have to have a baby seat
> :> > (infant, facing backward) in the S4?
> :> I'm also 6'3"...
> :> Rear facing infant seats are a problem in almost any vehicle. :-( Search for a
> :> high quality forward facing seat and switch as soon as your child is ready.
> :> Ignore any age reference on the seats, use the minimum height/weight
> :> requirements instead...
> :> John
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