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The key to a good car seat (besides safety, of course!) is maneuverability. With this model, you’ll be able to slide baby’s car seat out of its base and snap it in place on your stroller in a matter of minutes.
This one's even modular, so baby can face you or face the world, depending on what you want.
This organizer attaches to the back of your front seats and conveniently stows books, sippy cups, and toys in pockets and pouches.
It’s also a better place to store a pacifier instead of, like, on the ground. Durable, made of nylon, with mesh pouches for easy viewing.
A sun shade means your child’s eyes are spared glaring UV rays — and you’re spared an unhappy kid crying! Bonus if it helps baby snooze.
You’ll receive a sun shade that’s easy to attach to your car window, and it’ll even give you an added level of privacy.
Baby on Board stickers aren’t just cute. They’re crucial. They alert emergency services that there is a child in the car in the event of an accident.
Even if you’re not one to plaster stuff on your back window, you really should in this case.
Auto Emergency Braking (AEB) alerts a driver to an imminent crash and helps them use the maximum braking capacity of the car. Not only that, AEB will brake automatically if the situation becomes critical and no human response has been made.
As the car deviates and approaches or reaches the lane marking, the driver gets a warning: a visual alert plus either an audible tone, a vibration in the steering wheel, or a vibration in the seat.
Blind Spot Detectionwarns the driver when there are vehicles in theblind spotof the side-view mirror.So, if you try to change lanes and someone is already in that space, your new car will warn you beforehand and prevent a collision.
Driving with kids on board is distracting. Adaptive Cruise will automatically adjust your speed if there’s a vehicle in front of you that’s slowing down. You should never rely on it completely, but it’s another feature that’ll be a huge help if your attention is temporarily take elsewhere.
When a system-equipped vehicle comes too close to another vehicle in front of it, a visual, audible, and/or tactile signal occurs to alert the driver.
Kids can get in the way when you’re trying to look out your back window. Avoid the hassle with a rear-view camera.
Safety Exit Assist temporarily stops kids from opening the back doors when vehicles and bicycles are approaching from behind.
Go Auto sells 36 different models that received the IIHS’ top distinction in 2019,the Top Safety Pick. We have winners in each of these segments:
*IIHS conducts vehicle tests to determine how well a vehicle protects its occupantsin a crash. The vehicles that perform best in the tests qualify for Top Safety Pick.
Cost is always important. As a parent, so is safety. But the ones that are often disregarded until it’s too late are storage and space. Luckily for you, we’ve got you covered! Go Auto’s 2019 lineup features dozens of options to make travelling a snap thanks to added room and clever storage.
Consider a new Go Auto vehicle that offers:
Extra large console bins configurable to your family’s needs
Enough space for three car seats across a backseat
Up to 20 cupholders (for bottles, snacks, and sippy cups)
Third-row seating that allows for kids and teens to travel together
Backseats large enough for an infant in the middle and grandparents on either side
Spill-resistant cloth seats
Seating for six or seven
Low step-in height
Doors that open extra wide for car seats
Stow ‘N Go cargo space under the floor
Power-sliding side doors for when your hands are full of baby gear
Larger cabins for bulky strollers and travel gear
Whatever you need, we have. And don’t forget, we’ll give you a $350New Arrival Pack for free! Start shopping with Go Auto today.