Seat Leon >> Group 1 child seats

A suitable child seat and a correctly adjusted seat belt can help to protect your child.

Fig. 28 A category 1

Fig. 28 A category 1 forward-facing child seat fitted on the rear seat.

Child seats using the “ISOFIX” and “Toptether” system (or even the antirotation system) or seats in which the child faces the rear of the car are most appropriate for babies and small children weighing between 9 and 18 kg.

Follow the manufacturer's instructions and observe any statutory requirements when installing and using child seats.

We recommend that you include the manufacturer's directions for child seat use in the vehicle wallet and always keep them in the vehicle.

WARNING

Read and always observe information and warnings concerning the use of child seats.

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