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The Recaro Monza Nova 2 child seats stand out in the autumn 2013 test by Stiftung Warentest.

The Recaro Monza Nova 2 as well as the Monza Nova 2 Seatfix convinced the jury in terms of safety, handling, ergonomics and level of harmful substances. Stiftung Warentest awarded both Recaro seats with the overall grade “good”.

2013/07 - One million times safety, trust and comfort for the child: RECARO Young Sport

Marktleugast, July 2013.
The one-millionth RECARO Young Sport is produced and the seat’s story of success continues.

2013/05 - The RECARO Monza Nova IS wins latest child safety test in ECE Group I / II / III

Marktleugast, May 2013.
RECARO shines with top results in the latest Stiftung Warentest, ADAC and ÖAMTC child seat tests.

2012/09 - Safety that grows with your child: the new RECARO Monza Nova IS

Marktleugast, September 2012.
In addition to the best selling Young Sport, RECARO introduces a second child safety seat for the ECE Group I – III. The new Monza Nova IS secures children from 9 to 36 kg – now with an impact shield.

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