Excerpt: When my son outgrew his infant carseat, I went to Babies R Us, intending to buy a Britax Boulevard. Unfortunately, the sales person convinced me that the Boulevard wouldn't fit well in our small car, that the Maxi Cosi would fit better, and that it was an equivalent seat. I really wish we would have stuck with our initial choice, as the Boulevard does fit in our car rear-facing just fine.
Summary: Additional head support is good, but the attachment system system is quite bad. It simply can't be attached so that it does not slide anywhere. Child moves and the support pillow moves together with him.
Summary: We have a Britax evolva 123 for use in our other car but thought we should get an isofix car seat for the main car for added safety. This head support for our priorifix is quite soft and of doubtful additional support for our baby's head. The Britax which is much cheaper provides more support without having to buy anything additional.
Excerpt: After looking around at all the different car seats on the market for my 10 month old daughter, i decided the priori XP had the features i wanted. It fits very well and securely in my car, has a really easy to use recline mechanism, is well padded and seems comfortable for my baby, and also i liked the way the sides seem to come out more than other seats, to help protect her in an impact.
Excerpt: We chose the latest XP range of this car seat which although more expensive did offer an additional seat belt tensioner to hold the seat securely in place and added side impact protection. Everything has been fine for three weeks until the polestirene side became unstuck causing the whole side to flop about looking very unsafe. We did contact the retailer who asked us to come in and they would swap replace the seat and swap the fabric cover over to the new one.