Detail information for child seat manufacturers

The table provides detailed information for child seat manufacturers on which locations in the car are appropriate for which types of child seat.
P6-1746-XC40–Safety–Child restraint placement overview
Seat positions in left-hand drive cars.
P6-XC40-1746-Safety- Child restraint placement overview right hand drive
Seat positions in right-hand drive cars.
Seat position112 (with deactivated airbag, only rear-facing child seats)2, 32 (with activated airbag, only front-facing child seats)2, 3334453
Seat position suitable for universal category restraints which are attached using the car's seatbelt (Yes/No).NoYes5Yes5YesYesYes
Seat position for i-Size (Yes/No)NoYes6, 7Yes6, 7YesNoYes
Seat position lateral fixture (L1/L2/No)NoNoNoNoNoNo
Largest suitable rearward facing fixture (R1/R2/R3/No)NoR38, 9NoR3NoR3
Largest suitable forward facing fixture (F1/F2/F2x/F3/No)NoNo

F38, 9

Largest suitable booster fixture (B2/B3/No)NoNoB3B3NoB3
  1. 1 In accordance with illustration.
  2. 2 The seat cushion extension must always be retracted for the installation of child restraint systems.
  3. 3 A child seat with support legs can be used on this seat.
  4. 4 A child seat with support legs cannot be used on this seat.
  5. 5 Adjust the seat to a more raised position and, if necessary, seat cushion inclination. Adjust backrest inclination.
  6. 6 Varies depending on market.
  7. 7 For child restraint systems with support legs, adjust the seat to a more upright position.
  8. 8 Works for the installation of i-Size child restraint systems and ISOFIX child restraint systems (IL) if the passenger seat is equipped with ISOFIX mountings (varies depending on market) and is i-Size-marked. The upper mounting point for child restraint systems is only available for an i-Size-marked position.
  9. 9 Adjust the backrest so that the head restraint does not interfere with the child seat