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2015 Ford Fusion Child Seat / Infant Seat Review

Thanks to the long wheelbase and long overall length of the Fusion, I had no problems putting a rearward facing convertible child seat in the back of Ford’s mid-sized sedan. However, like the Chrysler 200 things can get a little snug in the rear if you need to install three larger child seats. The Graco Classic Ride 50 seat I use is very middle-of-the-road in terms of size and three fit with just a hair of room to spare. Join me as I go over the details you need to know when installing child seats in the Fusion, talk about Ford’s exciting new inflatable seat belt and more.

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