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Old 10-19-2014, 01:34 PM
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Default Radian vs Rainier

We are big Radian fans, but our car (Mazda 5) failed the side impact crash test, so for tiny dd, I like the looks of the additional side impact protection of the Rainier. It's so new though that I can't find much info on it and I can't find a store that has it in stock so I can go see it.

Anyone here have any experience with it?
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I don't have personal experience but from reviews, it's slightly wider than the radians- still narrow but not as narrow.

About the Mazda crash testing- we have a mazda 5 as well and I just make sure my kids are properly restrained in properly installed seats at all times. While the tests were alarming, the 5 tests well in Europe so I am hoping it was an anomoly and further testing will so better. We know though that using a properly installed and havin a properly restrained kid reduces the risk of injury and death in real life crashes, not just in those cars that have phenomenal crash test scores. So, I keep my kids in rearfacing seats a long as possible, forward facińg and tethered seats as log as possible, then boosters as long as possible, especially in this vehicle.
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The RXT has extra side impact.
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