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I've got an NX 200T. But that's not the reason I'm writing this. No, the real reason is I have a little daughter who still needs a car seat. It's time for her to move to a forward-facing seat (she rode in a Britax Chaperone) so I desided I might as well get a car seat that would be a good match for a Lexus. I had some problems with the current seat. It's hard to put her in there, not without doing this at an angle, and that's not very comfortable for her.

So... I think this is it. I would appreciate any help:)
 

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Hi.

I've got an NX 200T. But that's not the reason I'm writing this. No, the real reason is I have a little daughter who still needs a car seat. It's time for her to move to a forward-facing seat (she rode in a Britax Chaperone) so I desided I might as well get a car seat that would be a good match for a Lexus. I had some problems with the current seat. It's hard to put her in there, not without doing this at an angle, and that's not very comfortable for her.

So... I think this is it. I would appreciate any help:)
Admittedly, I don't know much about Lexus. But I am a father and I do have a car seat, and I'm planning to purchase a Lexus after all.

The problem you just described is somewhat typical and may, in fact, have little to do with the alleged Lexus/car seat incompatibility. If you installed the car seat improperly, that might be the root of your problem. Most people make mistakes like that. I don't even mean in general. No, it's just that 70% of people fail to install a car seat properly. Those mistakes are usually non-critical but they make it hard to actually use the seat sometimes.

The thing is, Lexus is a big car. If you have troubles, you may be doind something wrong. A Lexus can accommodate more than just one seat, actually.

Hopefully, everything will be fine. Good luck to you and your little girl!
 
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