Fitting Child Safety Seats Won't Be a Problem - 2015 Kia K900 Long-Term Road Test
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2015 Kia K900: Fitting Child Safety Seats Won't Be a Problem

October 24, 2014

2015 Kia K900

Perhaps you've heard that LeBron James is going to be the 2015 Kia K900's new spokesperson for the "Fit for a King" campaign. No doubt, LeBron will be used to demonstrate the K900's extensive room and feature content. Less likely, however, will be a demonstration of how well LeBron manages to fit his two small children in the backseat.

I'm here to help you out, LeBron.

I'm guessing LeBron won't have much of a problem. In the above photo you can see the K900's massive amount of rear legroom. The driver seat is positioned for me (I'm 5-foot 10-inches tall). Even LeBron, at 6-foot 8-inches, should have enough room for little legs behind him.

2015 Kia K900

A more difficult test, though, would be a rear-facing child safety seat. In this photo I switched this Britax Marathon child safety seat to its rear-facing position, which is used for infants. There's still plenty of room for me, but I suspect that LeBron could have issues at this point if he tried to position the driver seat for himself. LeBron, you're more than welcome to come over to the Edmunds offices so we can check this out in person.

Still, for the rest of us kid-toting parents who aren't as vertically gifted, the K900's expansive backseat is pretty great.

Brent Romans, Senior Automotive Editor @ 4,012 miles


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