Both the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and Impala have unique features to improve the safety of young passengers. Several child restraint manufactures require at least 80% of the safety seat to be supported by the back seat. The Colorado's patent-pending rear seat cushion extension help meet that requirement by making use of the removable headrest and rear seat cushion to accommodate the larger child safety seats out on the market today.
Chevy keeps families in mind with the 2015 Impala, offering a generous amount of rear seating that not only has plenty of room for booster seats, forward-facing child or rear-facing child restraints, but is also large enough so that front-seat passengers do not have to compromise their comfort! The sedan's rear seating even offers child restraint LATCH anchors, offering more flexibility to growing families.
Chevrolet has also improved the comfort of the shoulder belt to ensure that those young passengers who are big enough to use the seat belt are wearing it correctly. Plastic guides attach to the rear seat or side trim, helping to position the strap of the seat belt so that it fits more comfortably. This will prevent smaller adults from putting the seat belt behind their back or under their arm.
The safety of our children should be something we think about every time we get into our vehicles. The first step: making sure they are buckled in correctly! To learn more about the top safety features offered in all Chevy vehicles, check out the 2014 Chevrolet Impala Brochure or visit your local Chevrolet Dealership Serving Delaware, OH! Chesrown Chevrolet Buick GMC is a family owned and operated dealership in Central Ohio that has been committed to providing the highest quality of service to create lifetime customers for over 50 years. Feel free to give us a call at (740) 363-1175 or stop by our dealership at 1701 Columbus Pike, Delaware, OH, 43015!
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