Recommended Seats: Canada

recommended seats Canada

Types of Seats

Choosing a car seat is tough! There are so many options, and one look at the car seat aisle can make your head swim with weight limits and bells and whistles. So how do you know what the best seat is for your child? The safest seat is the one that fits your child, fits your vehicle, and can be used correctly 100% of the time. It’s important to look at the height and weight limits printed on the box, but they often do not tell the whole story. It is also important to note things like the height of the shell, and height of the harness positions, which will factor into when the child will outgrow the seat.

If you’re not sure which type your child should be in, start with our best practice guide through the four steps of car seat safety.

If your seat isn’t on the list, don’t worry! That doesn’t mean it isn’t safe or isn’t recommended. All seats pass the same safety standards and are safe when used correctly. Our list is a short guide to seats that we find easy to use, long lasting, or fit a specific niche.

Seats are generally listed from least to most expensive, but prices do fluctuate often so please check your retailer for the current price.  Check out our reviews section to find in depth reviews of many of the seats listed, although reviews are done based on US models so please note Canadian versions may have slightly different limits.


Rear Facing Only (also known as infant seats)

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Cosco Light n Comfy DX

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Bottom Harness Slot: 5.25"
Height Limit: Up to 29" or head 1" below the top of the shell
Weight Limit: 4-22 lbs
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Available with recommended front adjust harness, fits small infants well, handle required to be left up in the vehicle, lightweight, price, and 3 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Some models have a rear adjust harness, look for front adjust model. Some models do not have adjustable bases.
Retail Price: CDN$110
Evenflo LiteMax

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Bottom Harness Slot: 5"
Height Limit: Up to 32″ or head 1" below the top of the shell
Weight Limit: 4-35 lbs
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Fits small infants well, front adjust harness, handle required to be left up in the vehicle, lightweight, and 3 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Can be harder to find without getting a travel system.
Features : Lockoff. Some models come with infant insert, harness pads, and/or SensorSafe Technology.
Retail Price: CDN$179
Safety 1st OnBoard 35

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Bottom Harness Slot: 5.5″
Height Limit: Up to 32″ or head 1" below the top of the shell
Weight Limit:4-35 lbs
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Fits small infants well, front adjust harness, handle required to be left up in the vehicle, large canopy, lightweight, price, and 3 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Harness material is thin and prone to twisting and seat is larger front to back.
Retail Price: CDN$183
Graco SnugRide Click Connect 30

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Bottom Harness Slot: 5″
Height Limit: Up to 30″ or head 1" below the top of the shell
Weight Limit: 4-30 lbs
Expiration: 7 years
Pros: Available with recommended front adjust harness, fits small infants well, handle required to be left up in the vehicle, large canopy, lightweight, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Most models have a rear adjust harness (front adjust are hard to find, but try to look for front adjust model). Some models do not have adjustable bases or separate pieces that may be lost and can usually only be found in a travel system. Snugride22 Classic Connect is not recommended due to bottom harness position being too high.
Features: Some models offer a lockoff, premium lower anchor connectors, or harness pads.
Retail Price: CDN$170
Chicco Keyfit

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Bottom Harness Slot: 7" with insert
Height Limit: Up to 30″ or head 1" below the top of the shell
Weight Limit:4-22 lbs
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Fits small infants well, front adjust harness, and handle required to be left up in the vehicle.
Cons: Must remember to remove infant insert at 11 pounds, and seat is not as lightweight as other options.
Features: Harness pads, lockoff, and premium lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$299
Britax B-Safe 35 and 35 Elite

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Bottom Harness Slot: 5.5″
Height Limit: Up to 32″ or head 1" below the top of the shell
Weight Limit: 4-35 lbs
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Easily accessible belt path for baseless installation, fits small infants well, front adjust harness, handle required to be left up in the vehicle, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Must remember to change harness positions and remove insert at 11 pounds, not as lightweight as other options, and seat is narrow inside making it seem outgrown earlier.
Features: Harness pads, lockoff, no-rethread harness on Elite model, and premium lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: B-Safe 35 CDN$300
Nuna Pipa

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Bottom Harness Slot: 6" with insert
Height Limit: Up to 32" or head 1” below the top of the shell
Weight Limit: 4-32 lbs
Expiration: 7 years
Pros: Allows handle in any position, fits small infants well, front adjust harness, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Can be difficult to find locally an load leg cannot be used in seating positions with store and go seating.
Features: Allows European routing for baseless installation, dream drape canopy, harness pads, load leg, lockoff, and rigid lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$479

Convertible and Multimode Car Seats

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Convertible Car Seats (Rear and Forward Facing)

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Cosco Scenera Next

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Rear Facing Limits: 5-40 lbs, 19-40″, or head 1" below the top of the 23″ shell
Forward Facing Limits: 22-40 lbs, 29-43″, with 13" top harness slots
Expiration: 8 years
Pros: Compact front to back, easy to install, lightweight, narrow, and price.
Cons: Low harness height makes the seat outgrown forward facing before rear facing. Many children will outgrow the seat completely around age 3.
Features: Optional cupholder.
Retail Price: CDN$99
Evenflo Sonus

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Rear Facing Limits: 5-40 lbs, 19-40", or head 1" below the top of the 25" shell
Forward Facing Limits: 22-50 lbs, 28-50", with 18" top harness slots, 2 year old age minimum
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Easy to install, fits average size newborns, lightweight, narrow, price, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat when rear facing, narrow set harness straps do not have strap covers and may irritate the child's neck, no infant body padding to help fit, and single required recline angle.
Features: Dual cupholders.
Price: CDN$120
Evenflo SureRide

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Rear Facing Limits: 5-40 lbs, 19-40", or head 1" below the top of the 25" shell
Forward Facing Limits: 22-65 lbs, 29-54", with 19" top harness slots
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Easy to install, fits average size newborns, lightweight, narrow, price, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat when rear facing, harness isn't long enough to fit some kids at the upper end of the seat's weight/height limit, narrow set harness straps do not have strap covers and may irritate the child's neck, no infant body padding to help fit, and single required recline angle.
Features: Harness pads can be purchased separately from Evenflo.
Retail Price: Titan65 CDN$150
Sureride CDN$180
Graco Contender/Dimensions

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Rear Facing Limits: 5-35 lbs, 18-43", or head 1" below the adjuster of the fully extended 28" headrest
Forward Facing Limits: 20-65 lbs, 27-49", with 17.5" top harness slots
Expiration: 7 years
Pros: Tall shell for rear facing, price, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Recline block to switch between rear and forward facing modes, harness can be difficult to tighten on the lower settings.
Features: Dual lower anchor connector straps, no-rethread harness, and single cupholder.
Retail Price: Contender CDN$280
Dimensions CDN$310
Britax Marathon G4.1/Boulevard G4.1

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Rear Facing Limits: 5-40 lbs, up to 49", or head 1" below the adjuster of the fully extended headrest
Forward Facing Limits: 20-65 lbs, up to 49", with 16.75" top harness slots
Expiration: 7 years
Pros: Compact front to back, easy to install, easy to remove cover for cleaning, fits average newborns, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Small interior doesn't provide much leg room for child.
Features: Anti-rebound bar, EZ buckle holds the buckle forward when buckling/unbuckling, harness pads, lockoffs, no-rethread harness, and premium lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: Marathon CDN$329
Boulevard CDN$369
Graco Extend2Fit Convertible

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Rear Facing Limits: 4-50 lbs, up to 49", or head 1″ below the adjuster of the fully extended 28" headrest
Forward Facing Limits: 22-65 lbs, up to 49", with 17.5" top harness slots
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: 50 pound rear facing weight limit, fits average size newborns, tall shell for rear facing, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Can be bulky front to back with the extension panel in use (required to use after 22 pounds), harness can be difficult to tighten on the lower settings, and heavy.
Features: 3-position extension panel that provides 5” of extra legroom, dual cupholders, harness pads, and no-rethread harness.
Retail Price: CDN$350
Peg Perego Primo Viaggio

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Rear Facing Limits: 5-45 lbs, up to 47", 1″ below the head rest in the 7th position
Forward Facing Limits: 22-65 lbs, up to 49", with 17" top harness slots
Expiration: 7 years
Pros: 45 pound rear facing limit, adjustable crotch strap, and fits average size newborns.
Cons: Bulky harness covers, difficult to install, has specific head rest requirements when rear facing, and low top harness slots for forward facing will not get many children to booster age.
Features: Anti-rebound bar, no-rethread harness, harness covers, and premium lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$400
Britax ClickTight Boulevard/Advocate

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Rear Facing Limits: 5-40 lbs, up to 49", or head 1" below the top of the fully extended 29" headrest
Forward Facing Limits: 20-65 lbs, up to 49", with 18.65" top harness slots
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Compact front to back, easy to install, easy to remove cover for cleaning, fits average newborns, tall shell for rear facing, taller harness height than G4 models, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Heavy, short crotch buckle, and small interior doesn't provide much leg room for child.
Features: Anti-rebound bar, ClickTight installation, EZ buckle holds the buckle forward when buckling/unbuckling, harness pads, lockoffs, no-rethread harness, and side impact cushion technology (SICT) on the Advocate.
Retail Price: Boulevard CDN$499
Advocate CDN$569
Clek Fllo

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Rear Facing Limits: 14-40 lbs, 25″ through 43″, sitting unassisted, with the head 1" below the top of the fully extended 26" headrest
(*5-22 lbs. and 19-33" with the infant-thingy)
Forward Facing Limits: 22-65 lbs, 30-49", with 17" top harness slots
Expiration: 9 years
Pros: Narrow, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Does not fit newborns and young infants without purchasing the infant-thingy separately, heavy, and can be difficult to find locally.
Features: Anti-rebound bar, dual length crotch strap, harness pads, lockoffs, and premium lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$449
Clek Foonf

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Rear Facing Limits: 14-40 lbs, 25″ through 43″, sitting unassisted, with the head 1" below the top of the fully extended 26" headrest
(*5-22 lbs. and 19-33" with the infant-thingy)
Forward Facing Limits: 22-65 lbs, 30-49", with 17" top harness slots
Expiration: 9 years
Pros: Narrow, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Does not fit newborns and young infants without purchasing the infant-thingy separately, heavy, sits very high in the vehicle, and can be difficult to find locally.
Features: Anti-rebound bar, dual length crotch strap, harness pads, lockoffs, and premium lower anchor connectors, and rigid lower anchor connectors for forward facing.
Retail Price: CDN$599

Multimode Car Seats (rear and forward facing with an additional booster mode)

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Diono Radian R120/RXT

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Rear Facing Limits: 45 pounds , up to 44", or head 1.5" below the top of the shell
Forward Facing Limits: 22-65 lbs, up to 57", with 17.5" top harness slots
Booster Limits: 50-120 lbs, up to 57", with 18" top belt guide
(does not become backless)
Expiration: 8 years harness and 10 years booster from purchase
Pros: Narrow with a 45 lb rear facing limit.
Cons: Booster function has a 50 lb weight minimum and does not adjust in height so will be outgrown shortly after the harness in height, bulky front to back when installed without angle adjuster due to single recline, can be difficult to install both rear and forward facing, crotch buckle pad and harness pads required at all times, does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat in any mode, harness must be fully removed when switching to booster mode, heavy, requires head support behind the entire seat, and requires separate piece for rear facing angle.
Features: Ability to attach a cupholder, angle adjuster sold separately (can be used after child is sitting independently) to make the seat more compact, folds for travel or storage, and harness pads.
Retail Price:
R120 CDN$359
RXT CDN$399
Graco 4Ever

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Rear Facing Limits: 4-40 lbs, 43", or head 1" below the top of the fully extended headrest
Forward Facing Limits: 20-65 lbs, up to 49", with 18" top harness slots
Booster Limits: 40-100 lbs, 38-57", with 19" top belt guide (backless: 40-120 lbs, 40-57")
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Easy to install, fits newborns well, compact, tall shell for rear facing, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Cannot use lower anchors in backless booster mode, does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat in booster mode, heavy, and will most likely expire before child is ready to safely travel without booster.
Features: Can use lower anchors in high back booster mode, converts to a backless booster, dual cupholders, harness pads, hideaway harness for switching to booster mode, no re-thread harness, and premium lower anchor connectors.
Price: CDN$450

Combination Seats (forward facing harness to booster)

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Evenflo Maestro

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Harness Limits: 22-50 lbs, 28-50", with 18″ top harness slots
Booster Limits: 40-110 lbs, 43-57″, with 19" top belt guide (does not become backless)
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Easy to install, lightweight, price, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Booster function is outgrown in height very quickly after the harness is outgrown by height, does not convert to backless, harness must be fully removed when switching to booster mode, lower weight limit than other combination seats, must remember to move crotch buckle out when child reaches 40 lbs, and narrow set harness straps may dig into child's neck.
Features: Allows use of lower anchors in booster mode, dual cupholders, and some models do not have harness covers but they can be ordered from Evenflo.
Retail Price: CDN$140
Harmony Defender

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Harness Limits: 22–65 lbs, 27-57″, with 18″ top harness slots
Booster Limits: 40-110 lbs, 34-57″, with 20" top belt guide (backless: same limits)
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Narrow, price, shoulder belt guide to help with seat belt fit when used backless, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Can be difficult to find locally, does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat in booster mode, harness must be fully removed when switching to booster mode, only allows 2” of overhang in harness mode when seat is tethered, and requires assembly.
Features: Ability to attach single cupholder, harness pads, and may allow use of lower anchors in booster mode if you call Harmony.
Retail Price: CDN$170
Graco Nautilus

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Harness Limits: 22-65 lbs, 27-49″, with 18.25″ top harness slots
Booster Limits: 40 lbs-100 lbs, 38-57", with 21" top belt guide
(backless: 40-100 lbs, 40-57")
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Easy to install, shoulder belt guide to help with seat belt fit when used backless, and 3 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Can cause head slump in some models, does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat in booster mode, harness must be fully removed when switching to booster mode, and not easily switched from high back to backless modes.
Features: Allows use of lower anchors in high back booster mode, harness pads, no-rethread harness, single cupholder, and 1 recline position.
Retail Price: CDN$230
Graco Tranzitions

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Harness Limits: 22-65 lbs, 27-49″, with 18.25″ top harness slots
Booster Limits: 40-100 lbs, 38-57", with 19.5″ top belt guide
(backless: 40-110 lbs, 40-57")
Expiration: 7 years
Pros: Lightweight, narrow, shoulder belt guide to help with seat belt fit when used backless, and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat in booster mode, harness must be fully removed when switching to booster mode, and high, narrow belt path can make installation a challenge in some vehicles.
Features: Allows use of lower anchors in booster mode and harness pads and dual cupholders (not usable in very narrow mode).
Price: CDN$240
Evenflo Evolve

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Harness Limits: 22-65 lbs, 28-50", with 18″ top harness slots
Booster Limits: 40-120 lbs, 44-57″, with 20.5" top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 8 years
Pros: Well padded and 2 crotch buckle positions
Cons: Harness covers are required until 40 lbs and narrow set harness.
Features: Allows use of lower anchors in high back booster mode, buckle tongue holders, dual cupholders, harness pads, hideaway harness when switching to booster mode, premium lower anchor connectors, and 2 recline positions.
Retail Price: CDN$250
Britax Pioneer

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Harness Limits: 25-65 lbs, 30-56″, with 20.5" top harness slots
Booster Limits: 40-110 lbs, 45-60″, with 23" top belt guide
(does not become backless)
Expiration: 9 years
Pros: Easy to remove cover for cleaning, highest harness and booster height capacity available (same as Frontier), and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat in booster mode, does not become backless, installation is more difficult than the Frontier, seat is large and heavy, using the booster with smaller children may result is the seat belt not moving properly in the seat belt guide.
Features: Allows use of lower anchors in high back booster mode, dual cupholders, EZ buckle holds the buckle forward when buckling/unbuckling, hideaway harness when switching to booster mode, no-rethread harness, premium lower anchor connectors, and 1 recline position.
Retail Price: CDN$300
Britax Frontier CT/Pinnacle

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Harness Limits: 25-65 lbs; 30-58″, with 20.5" harness slots
Booster Limits: 40-120 lbs, 45-62″, with 23" top belt guide
(does not become backless)
Expiration: 9 years
Pros: Easy to remove cover for cleaning, highest harness and booster height capacity available
(same as Pioneer), and 2 crotch buckle positions.
Cons: Does not allow the seat to overhang the vehicle seat in booster mode, does not become backless, seat is large and heavy, and using the booster with smaller children may result is the seat belt not moving properly in the seat belt guide.
Features: Allows use of lower anchors in high back booster mode, dual cupholders, EZ buckle holds the buckle forward when buckling/unbuckling, hideaway harness when switching to booster mode, no-rethread harness, premium lower anchor connectors, and 1 recline position.
Retail Price: Frontier CDN$449
Pinnacle CDN$499

High Back Boosters

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Evenflo Big Kid

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Booster Limit: 40-110 lbs, 40-57″, with 19" top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Converts to backless, does not require vehicle head support, high armrests are easy to route seat belt under, lightweight, narrow, price, shoulder belt guide to help with seat belt fit when used backless, and wide seating area is comfortable for bigger kids.
Cons: Lacks padding and head/torso support.
Retail Price: CDN$70
Cosco Pronto Booster

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Booster Limit: 40-100 lbs, 40-57″, with 23" top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Converts to backless, price, and 23" top shoulder belt guide.
Cons: Can be difficult to find locally, lacks padding, requires vehicle head support, and no shoulder belt guide when used backless.
Features: Single cupholder.
Retail Price: CDN$70
Graco TurboBooster

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Booster Limit: 40-100 lbs, 40-57″, with 19.5" top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Converts to backless, does not require vehicle head support, price, and shoulder belt guide to help with seat belt fit when used backless.
Cons: Does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat, lacks padding, and requires assembly, specifically screws in the armrests.
Features: Dual cupholders.
Retail Price: CDN$85
Diono Cambria

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Booster Limit: 40-120 lbs, 38-63″, with 21" top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Converts to backless, deep head support and seating area, price, shoulder belt guide to help with seat belt fit when used backless, and wide seating area is comfortable for bigger kids.
Cons: Can be difficult to find locally, does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat, lacks padding, and requires a vehicle head restraint.
Features: Dual cupholders and lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$99
Graco Affix

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Booster Limit: 40-100 lbs, 40-57", with 20" top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Converts to backless, does not require vehicle head support, and shoulder belt guide to help with seat belt fit when used backless.
Cons: Does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat, lower anchors can limit three across seating, and a wider seat make it a less viable option for three across seating.
Features: Dual cupholders and lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$150
Diono Monterey XT

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Booster Limit: 40–100 lbs, 38–63″, with 21" top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 8 years
Pros: Converts to backless, deep head/torso support and seating area, shoulder belt guide to help with seat belt fit when used backless, and wide seating area is comfortable for bigger kids.
Cons: Can be difficult to find locally, does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat., and requires a vehicle head restraint.
Features: Adjustable width back support, dual cupholders, and lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$170
Britax Parkway SG/SGL

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Booster Limit: 40-120 lbs, 38-63", with 21.5" top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Converts to backless, deep head support, and does not require vehicle head support.
Cons: Does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat.
Features: Dual cupholders, lower anchor connectors, and optional SG clip.
Retail Price: CDN$199
Peg Perego Viaggio HBB 120

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Booster Limits: 40-120 lbs, 39-57, with 19″ top belt guide
(backless: same limits)
Expiration: 7 years
Pros: Converts to backless, deep head support, and narrow.
Cons: Does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat and requires vehicle head support.
Features: Rigid lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$249
Nuna Aace

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Booster Limits: 40-110 lbs, 38-60″, with 21″ top belt guide
(backless: 50-110 lbs, 38-60")
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Converts to backless, deep head/torso support, and does not require vehicle headrest.
Cons: Backless booster has a 50 lb minimum, and can be difficult to find locally.
Features: Ability to attach single cupholder, adjustable length leg support, and lower anchor connectors with guides.
Retail Price: CDN$299
Peg Perego Viaggio Flex 120

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Booster Limits: 40-120 lbs, 39-63″, with 22″ top belt guide
(does not become backless)
Expiration: 12 years
Pros: Deep head support, does not require vehicle head support, narrow.
Cons: Does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat, cupholders not very useful, and does not convert to backless.
Features: Folds for easy storage and travel, and rigid lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$319

Backless Boosters

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Harmony Youth Booster

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Booster Limits: 40–100 lbs and 34-57″
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Lightweight, narrow, price, and shoulder belt guide to assist with seat belt fit.
Cons: Lacks padding, shallow seating area, and short armrests can be difficult to route seat belt under.
Retail Price: CDN$20
Diono Hip No-Back Booster (previously Little Tikes)

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Booster Limit: 40–110 lbs and 38-60″ (follow your manual as limits can vary)
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Price, shoulder belt guide to assist with seat belt fit, and wide seating area is comfortable for bigger kids.
Cons: Can be difficult to find locally, does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat, and lacks padding.
Features: Dual cupholders
Retail Price: CDN$29
Evenflo Amp

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Booster Limits: 40–110 lbs and 38-57″
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: High armrests are easy to route seat belt under, lightweight, narrow, price, shoulder belt guide to assist with seat belt fit, and wide seating area is comfortable for bigger kids.
Cons: Lacks padding.
Features: Dual cupholders.
Retail Price: CDN$40
Safety 1st Incognito

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Booster Limits: 60-120 lbs and up to 60″
Expiration: 6 years
Pros: Deep seating area, no armrests help in three across seating, price, and wide seating area is comfortable for bigger kids.
Cons: 60 lb minimum does not allow small but appropriately mature older kids to use the seat, does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat, lacks padding, must be ordered online, and no shoulder belt guide available.
Price: CDN$45
Graco TurboBooster

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Booster Limits: 40–100 lbs and 40-57”
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Lightweight, price, and shoulder belt guide to assist with seat belt fit.
Cons: Does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat and lacks padding.
Features: Dual cupholders.
Retail Price: CDN$48
Graco Affix

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Booster Limits: 40–100 lbs and 40-57”
Expiration: 10 years
Pros: Lightweight and shoulder belt guide to assist with seat belt fit.
Cons: Does not allow the booster to overhang the vehicle seat and lower anchors can limit three across seating.
Features: Dual cupholders and lower anchor connectors.
Retail Price: CDN$65
Clek Ozzi

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Booster Limits: 40-120 lbs and 40-57″
Expiration: 9 years
Pros: High armrests are easy to route seat belt under and wide seating area is comfortable for bigger kids.
Cons: Can be difficult to find locally, no shoulder belt guide available, rigid lower anchors may not sit nicely in some vehicle seats and can limit three across seating.
Features: No numb-bum padding, rigid lower anchor connectors, and stain resistant Crypton fabric.
Retail Price: CDN$74