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How Many Isofix Points In Peugeot 5008

Most cars come with just two ISOFIX child seat mounts, but many families want three. Our top 10 rundown picks the best.

by Carbuyer team20 Dec 2021

When choosing a car, nothing is more important than safety – particularly when it comes to protecting your children. As any parent knows, a safe and secure child seat is essential, and while many designs can be held in place safely with a seat belt, child seats with ISOFIX connections represent the next step in protection.

ISOFIX mountings, which take the form of squared-off metal loops, are built into the metal structure of the car. The safest cars for children are those with ISOFIX-compatible mounts, because a compatible child seat will simply lock onto these loops, becoming almost as firmly attached as any of the car’s permanent seats. They’re also easy to install, and almost impossible to fit incorrectly – a great reassurance for anybody who has fumbled with clumsily designed seats in the past.

ISOFIX points have been mandatory in new cars for a while now, but the majority of cars offer them only in the two outside rear seats. Gradually, though, car makers are realising that many families need to carry three child seats in a car, and the number of cars with more than two sets of ISOFIX points is steadily increasing.

The number of ISOFIX points isn’t always easy to discover, so we’ve done the hard work for you, picking 10 of the best cars with provision for at least three ISOFIX-secured child seats. These might be in the rear bench, the front passenger seat, or even in a third seating row on some SUVs and MPVs, but you’re sure to find a few surprises, too.Advertisement – Article continues below

An important point to remember is that a car’s ISOFIX mountings aren’t the end of the story – some child seats fit more readily than others. It’s important to check the details of your child seat to ensure that it’s compatible with any car you’re considering. For example, you’ll also find that some child seats have bulky side padding that prevents three being installed side by side.

Peugeot 3008 SUV review

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The Peugeot 3008 has become one of our favourite SUVs, thanks to its modern design, impressive interior quality and the latest in-car technology. It even features a digital instrument display similar to Audi’s Virtual Cockpit, but unlike the German brand, Peugeot fits it as standard.

The 3008 is family-friendly too, with three ISOFIX points, in the front passenger seat and the two outer rear seats. Safety is assured by a five-star Euro NCAP crash-test rating, with an 85% score for child occupant protection.

Skoda Enyaq iV SUV review

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4.5 out of 5Read Full Review

The Skoda Enyaq iV is one of our most highly rated electric SUVs. It’s affordable, although it’s no longer eligible for the Government’s Plug-in Car Grant, and it’s spacious, with a 585-litre boot. Better still, it can travel up to 333 miles of range between charges, depending on the model and powertrain.

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Buyers will be pleased to know it comes with plenty of ISOFIX points, making it an ideal family car. Three of its seats are equipped with built-in points, including the two outer seats in the rear row, as well as the front passenger seat. Since it’s such a roomy car, fitting car seats into the Enyaq is simple and stress free.

Citroën Grand C4 SpaceTourer MPV review

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The Citroen Grand C4 SpaceTourer is one of the more stylish cars on sale today, despite its MPV credentials and the enormous practicality it offers. It’s a firm Carbuyer favourite, and the three full-size second-row seats all have individual ISOFIX points, making it an excellent choice for larger families.

The Grand C4 SpaceTourer also has a third row of seats that can be removed if you need more room for luggage, while its engines offer good fuel economy and reasonable performance.

SEAT Tarraco SUV review

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4.1 out of 5Read Full ReviewWatch Video

The SEAT Tarraco is the Spanish brand’s largest SUV and is closely related to the Skoda Kodiaq, which is also worth looking at if you’re in the market for a large and versatile family car. One of its key selling points is that it comes with seven seats as standard, meaning buyers don’t necessarily have to opt for a people carrier over an SUV.Advertisement – Article continues below

When you’re not in need of all seven seats, the third row can be dropped to create a 700-litre boot space. Three of its seats have ISOFIX mounting points: the two outer seats in the middle row and the front passenger seat. Unfortunately, the Tarraco isn’t equipped with ISOFIX points in its third row of seats, which is where it loses points against other SUVs on this list.

Volkswagen ID.4 SUV review

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The Volkswagen ID.4 is another of our favourite electric SUVs and it steals sales from rival American carmaker Tesla’s Model Y by being a more affordable zero-emission family car. Priced from just over £32,000 for the entry-level City model, it’s actually very similar to the Peugeot 3008 and shares its platform with the Skoda Enyaq, meaning it’s very similar in terms of space and practicality.

Like those two cars, the ID.4 has ISOFIX points in the front passenger seat and the two outer rear seats. Thanks to its large doors and long wheelbase, fitting rear-facing baby seats and bulkier child seats into the ID.4 should cause little in the way of hassle.

Audi Q7 SUV review

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The Audi Q7 is a big car and if you’re not put off by its sheer size, you’ll find that it’s a supremely practical family SUV with not three, but six ISOFIX points. This gives you the option of spreading your child seats across the Q7’s vast interior, making sibling squabbles over space a thing of the past!Advertisement – Article continues below

While the big Audi SUV is expensive (tick too many boxes on the options list and it becomes eye-wateringly so) it has a luxurious and elegant interior, modern, distinctive styling and a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.

Volkswagen Touran MPV review

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4.1 out of 5Read Full ReviewWatch Video

The Volkswagen Touran is a thoroughly sensible mid-sized MPV that competes with the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso and Vauxhall Zafira Tourer. The Touran boasts a well-built interior, conservatively sleek looks and a strong engine range, together with a decent driving experience.

Perhaps most notably, though, the Touran also has five ISOFIX mounting points, so it’s possible to easily install a child seat in every one of its rear seats. We recommend the turbocharged 1.4-litre petrol engine if you don’t cover that many miles each year, while all the diesels are strong performers.

Cars with Isofix In Front Seat

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It’s no secret that the latest Land Rover Discovery is a huge SUV, but all its interior space not only makes it a comfortable seven-seater, it also allows it to have five ISOFIX mounting points. They’re found in the front passenger seat, the outer seats of the second row and in both third-row seats.

There can be few safer cars for five children and two adults to travel in, with its five-star score from Euro NCAP. It features airbags that run the length of the interior, standard autonomous emergency braking (AEB) and lane-departure warning to help you avoid drifting out of your lane on the motorway. If you live in a remote area, the Discovery is also more likely to get you home in poor conditions, with advanced four-wheel drive and a wading depth of up to 900mm.

Tesla Model S hatchback review

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It may surprise you that the Tesla Model S saloon is on this list but, with no big engine or fuel tank to squeeze in, this seriously quick electric car has plenty of room for three ISOFIX points across the rear seats, plus a huge boot.

The Tesla is expensive to buy, but it won’t cost you a penny in fuel or road tax and its 405-mile range when fully charged makes it one of the best electric cars on sale today. Add a 0-62mph time of just 4.8 seconds and you’ve got a genuinely practical family car with performance that puts some sports cars to shame.

Vauxhall Insignia hatchback review

The last Vauxhall Insignia lagged behind the class leaders and was favoured by mainly fleet customers. This current model, on the other hand, is a strong contender and something you should consider for your next family vehicle.

With sharp styling, a competitive price and those all-important three ISOFIX points, the Insignia Grand Sport is certainly a great proposition. While there are slightly more spacious and practical alternatives, the Vauxhall has a boot large enough for most uses, and there’s the sleek Insignia Sports Tourer estate if you need the extra space.

Best cars with three Isofix points (2022)

June 22, 2021 by James Allen

Safety is paramount when you’re buying a new car, and especially so if you’re a driver who’s also a parent of young children. It’s imperative, then, that you consider a car that has the child seat anchoring points you need to ensure your kids are as well protected as possible.

While you can use seat belts and tethers to fasten child seats in place on a car’s seats, the most secure child seats of all are the ones with easy-to-use Isofix mounts. These are used to latch the child seat firmly onto the car’s seat, which in turn means your little one is much better protected should you be involved in a car accident.

Isofix points are also mandatory on all new cars, with the number of Isofix seats fitted varying from car to car. If you’re after a car that can have multiple child seats installed at any one time, we’ve rounded up below some of the best cars on sale now that have at least three passenger seats with Isofix mounting points.Find your next car

Mercedes GLB

Thanks to its roomy interior and seven-seater capacity, the Mercedes GLB is a good choice if you’re after a spacious SUV to accommodate the needs of your growing family. As a result, it perhaps isn’t a surprise to see the GLB is really good when it comes to Isofix mounting points.

In total, the Mercedes has no less than four seats with Isofix mounting points. Each of the outer chairs in the middle row has them, and the GLB has Isofix points on the two seats in the third row, too. Of course, getting to the seats right at the back is a bit tricky if you need to use all four Isofix points at the same time, though you can at least fold the middle row’s centre seat down to improve access a little bit.Read the Mercedes GLB review

Audi Q5

It may have two fewer seats than the previously mentioned Mercedes GLB, but that doesn’t stop the Audi Q5 from having plenty of Isofix child seat mounting points. Of the trio of points, two of them can be found on the outer chairs in the back row – and, thanks to the car’s roomy cabin and large door openings, you should be able to squeeze them in without much hassle.

Because the Audi Q5 only has one row of rear seats, you can’t fit another child seat using the Isofix mounting points in the back. However, if you do need to have three child seats in use at the same time, you can attach one to the Isofix points on the front passenger seat.

Volkswagen Touran

People carriers like the Volkswagen Touran may be falling out of favour with car buyers nowadays, but they’re still excellent if you’re after a spacious and versatile family car. The boxy shape means there’s lots of room inside for passengers and, while the VW Touran doesn’t come with sliding doors like some other MPVs, the big door openings make it’s very easy to get in and out of the Volkswagen.

The Volkswagen Touran especially excels when it comes to Isofix mounting points. All three seats in the middle row have Isofix latches, and the aforementioned big door openings means getting even big and bulky child seats in and out of the car shouldn’t be a problem. If you need even more Isofix child seat capacity than that, the two seats in the third row also come with their own mounting points.Read the VW Touran review

Peugeot 3008

As part of the Peugeot 3008 recent mid-life refresh, the French family SUV was given a tweaked exterior design, some more advanced interior tech and a nip-and-tuck update to the look of the cabin. One stone that Peugeot did leave unturned was the 3008’s Isofix child seat capacity – but that’s not a bad thing, as the car can still accommodate quite a few with ease.

Volkswagen ID4

Another family SUV that’s worth having on your radar if you have three young children in tow is the Volkswagen ID4. Like the previously mentioned Peugeot 3008, this electric family SUV has three seats with built-in Isofix anchoring points, and the layout is the same as the Peugeot’s, too. You can fit one Isofix seat on the front passenger seat, and one each on the car’s outer rear seats.

It’s handy too that the ID4 has a pretty roomy cabin, which is partly a result of the fairly long wheelbase (the distance between the front and rear wheels) by five-seater family SUV standards. Coupled with the large doors, and that means it shouldn’t be a squeeze getting bigger and bulkier child seats in the back.Read the VW ID4 review

Land Rover Discovery

It may have sleeker styling than older versions of the Discover, but Land Rover’s latest large seven-seater SUV is still very impressive when it comes to interior space. There’s enough room for even adults to not feel too hemmed in if they’re relegated to the third row of seats – and, thanks to the plush cabin, it’s a pleasant place to spend long journeys in wherever you’re seated.

It helps too that there are loads of Isofix points on the Land Rover Discovery. There are child seat anchoring points on the front passenger seat, the two outer seats in the middle row and both seats in the back row, so even drivers with lots of children have plenty of seating capacity at their disposal in the Discovery.Read the Land Rover Discovery review

Kia Sorento

If seven-seater SUVs like the Land Rover Discovery are a bit beyond your budget, then it’s definitely worth having a look at the Kia Sorento. While it’s come a long way from the cheap and cheerful roots of Kias of old, the latest Sorento is a bit more affordable to buy than other high-end alternatives and picks up where its predecessor left off by having a roomy and well-built interior.

Admittedly, the Kia Sorento does lose out to the Land Rover when it comes to Isofix anchor points. That said, four of Kia’s seats (the two third-row seats and the two outer chairs in the middle row) do come with Isofix mounts, so you still have a good number at your disposal.Read the Kia Sorento review

Audi Q7

When it comes to child seat capacity, few cars are able to match the Audi Q7. This huge upmarket SUV has Isofix mounting points on all of its passenger seats – meaning you can have as many as six Isofix child seats secured in the Q7 at any one time.

Of course, many drivers likely won’t need to make use of all of that Isofix capacity, though it at least means you have lots of options. Because the Audi Q7 also has big door openings and a cavernous interior, there’s lots of space to work with when you’re fitting the child seat, regardless of the passenger seat you’re attaching it to.Read the Audi Q7 review

SEAT Tarraco

Because the Seat Tarraco is a roomy car with lots of passenger space and a respectable-sized boot with all seven seats in place, it makes a good choice if you’re shopping around for a new family car. It’s especially worth considering if you need lots of child seat capacity, as the SEAT Tarraco comes with a good amount of Isofix anchoring points.

Regardless of the SEAT Tarraco you go for, it will come out of the box with three seats with Isofix mounting points: the front passenger seat and the two outer middle row seats. It’s handy, too, that the big door openings do mean fitting larger rear-facing seats shouldn’t be an issue. Just bear in mind that, unlike some seven-seater SUVs, there aren’t any Isofix points to speak of on the Tarraco’s two third-row seats.Read the SEAT Tarraco review

Skoda Enyaq

Under the skin, the Skoda Enyaq is very closely related to the VW ID4 that we featured earlier. As a result, it’s not too surprising that this all-electric SUV is also a top choice if you’re after a good family car with lots of Isofix mounting points.

Like the VW, the Skoda Enyaq has three seats with built-in Isofix anchors: the front passenger seat and the two outer rear row seats. Thanks to the car’s large door openings, roomy cabin and boxy dimensions, it’s also pretty straightforward to fit larger child seats in the Skoda Enyaq.

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