Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 20:54:46 -0400
From: "WitchDr" <Witch**Drnospambulkemail.net.ru>
Subject: Re: Saab 9-3 (2002) and a Baby Seat


I easily put 2 baby/child seats in a 00 5-Dr Viggen. Just make sure you learn how to do it right. A good place to go is the local fire or police station, they can get any seat to fit good and they'll point out errors most people make. The only problem you'll have is if you have a rear facing seat (probably for a newborn) and you have a taller (6feet or more) person in one of the seats. "Slappy White" <crusty-the-clownnospamcity.com> wrote in message news:1153853482.402250.316200nospam2000cwa.googlegroups.com... >I did a quick search but most replys do not state two or four door > model.... We are looking at a 9-3 (either hatch or not, we have not > decided) four door for the new baby car. Any thoughts on fiting a car > seat? Most of the replys to other enquiries say it is hard to fit, is > this really true for the four door (or call it five door if you must). > > We are also considering the 9-5, but I like the 9-3 better. For both we > are looking at the 2002 models but may consider the 2003 newer model if > it is a better fit for a baby seat.... >

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