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Child Restraint Systems Standards

If a child restraint system (whether an i-Size/ISOFIX type or one that is fitted with a 
seat belt) meets the relevant UN Regulation, it will be affixed with an approval label 
as shown in the adjacent table. Before purchasing or using any child restraint 
system, make sure to check the approval label and ensure that it is compatible with 
your vehicle and the child, and that it complies with the relevant UN Regulation.

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Selecting a Child Restraint System

Example of UN Regulation No. 44 approval label

a

“Mass group”

b

Regulation number

c

Category

d

Approval number

e

Country code

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Example of UN Regulation No. 129 approval label

a

Category

b

Size and weight indication

c

Approval number

d

Regulation number

e

Country code

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Locations for Child Restraint System Installation

Passenger Airbag ON for 
left-hand drive type

Passenger Airbag OFF for 
left-hand drive type

Suitable for universal restraint systems installed with 
vehicle safety belts.

Suitable for forward facing universal restraint systems 
installed with vehicle safety belts.

Suitable for i-Size and ISOFIX child restraints systems.

Suitable for forward facing restraint systems only.

Never use a rearward facing child restraint system.

Seat position equipped with Top Tether anchorages.

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*1:Adjust the seat slide to the rearmost position.

If the child restraint system interferes with the head restraint and cannot be installed stably, raise the head restraint to the highest 
position. If this interference is unavoidable even after raising, remove the head restraint. Please note that the removed head restraint 
should be stored in the luggage compartment so that it will not fly during sudden braking or collision.
Also, if you remove the child restraint system, attach the head restraint to the original seat and make sure it is locked.

*2:Only forward facing child restraint system can be installed when the front passenger airbag is on.
*3:If the child restraint system interferes with the head restraint and cannot be installed stably, raise the head restraint to the highest 

position. 

*4:For installing the universal belted type, adjust the seat back to the most front lock position.

• If the child restraint system on the rear seat interferes with the front seat, adjust the front seat to the position without interfere.

*5:For installing the R2 size or smaller ISOFIX child restraint system, when the child restraint system interferes the driver's seat, adjust the 

driver's seat to the highest position.

*6:For installing the R3 size ISOFIX child restraint system, when the child restraint interferes the driver's seat, adjust the driver's seat to the 

highest position and the seat back to the front lock position, and adjust the seat slide to the 11th step from most front position or 
forward.
When interfering passenger's seat, adjust the passenger's seat back to the front lock position and adjust the seat slide to the 10th step 
from most front position or forward.

• Child restraint systems with support leg can be installed in seating position where i-Size cannot be installed.
• If you cannot fix the booster child restraint system stably, adjust the seat-back angle to be parallel with the back still keeping it 
forward of the seat belt shoulder anchor.

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Suitable for universal restraint systems installed with 
vehicle safety belts.

Suitable for forward facing universal restraint systems 
installed with vehicle safety belts.

Suitable for i-Size and ISOFIX child restraints systems.

Suitable for forward facing restraint systems only.

Never use a rearward facing child restraint system.

Seat position equipped with Top Tether anchorages.

Passenger Airbag ON for 
right-hand drive type

Passenger Airbag OFF for 
right-hand drive type

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*1:Adjust the seat slide to the rearmost position.

If the child restraint system interferes with the head restraint and cannot be installed stably, raise the head restraint to the highest 
position. If this interference is unavoidable even after raising, remove the head restraint. Please note that the removed head restraint 
should be stored in the luggage compartment so that it will not fly during sudden braking or collision.
Also, if you remove the child restraint system, attach the head restraint to the original seat and make sure it is locked.

*2:Only forward facing child restraint system can be installed when the front passenger airbag is on.
*3:If the child restraint system interferes with the head restraint and cannot be installed stably, raise the head restraint to the highest 

position. 

*4:For installing the universal belted type, adjust the seat back to the most front lock position.

• If the child restraint system on the rear seat interferes with the front seat, adjust the front seat to the position without interfere.

*5:For installing the R2 size or smaller ISOFIX child restraint system, when the child restraint system interferes the driver's seat, adjust the 

driver's seat to the highest position.

*6:For installing the R3 size ISOFIX child restraint system, when the child restraint interferes the driver's seat, adjust the driver's seat to the 

highest position and the seat back to the front lock position, and adjust the seat slide to the 11th step from most front position or 
forward.
When interfering passenger's seat, adjust the passenger's seat back to the front lock position and adjust the seat slide to the 10th step 
from most front position or forward.

• Child restraint systems with support leg can be installed in seating position where i-Size cannot be installed.
• If you cannot fix the booster child restraint system stably, adjust the seat-back angle to be parallel with the back still keeping it 
forward of the seat belt shoulder anchor.

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Detail information for CRS installation

Seating position

Seat position number

Size groups

Weight

Stature

a

b

c

Front passenger 

*1

2nd row 

*3

Front passenger 

airbag ON/OFF switch 

position

Left

Right

ON 

*2

OFF

Seating position suitable 

for universal belted (yes/

no)

Group 0

Up to 10kg

No

Yes 

*4

Yes

Yes

Group 0+

Up to 13kg

Group I

9-18kg

Yes 

*4

Group II

15-25kg

Group III

22-36kg

i-Size seating position 

(yes/no)

≤150cm

No

No

Yes

Yes

Seating position suitable 

for recommended 

genuine CRS 

*7

Refer to genuine CRS list

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Seating position suitable 

for lateral fixture (L1/L2)

No

No

No

No

Largest suitable rearward 

facing fixture (R1/R2X/

R2/R3)

Group 0

Up to 10kg

No

No

R2X, R2 

*5

R3 

*6

R2X, R2 

*5

R3 

*6

Group 0+

Up to 13kg

Group I

9-18kg

Largest suitable forward 

facing fixture (F2X/F2/F3)

Group I

9-18kg

No

No

F3

F3

Largest suitable booster 

fixture (B2/B3)

≤150cm

B3

B3

B3

B3

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Locations for Child Restraint System Installation

When purchasing a child restraint systems, make sure 
to check the ISOFIX size class or the fixture to ensure 
that the seat is compatible with your vehicle.

Fixture 

(CRF)

Description

ISO/L1

Left lateral-facing (carrycot) 
infant seat

ISO/L2

Right lateral-facing (carrycot) 
infant seat

ISO/R1 Rearward-facing infant seat

ISO/R2X

Reduced-size rearward-facing 
child restraint systems

ISO/R2

Reduced-size rearward-facing 
child restraint systems

ISO/R3

Full-size rearward-facing child 
restraint systems

ISO/F2X

Reduced-height forward-facing 
child restraint systems

ISO/F2

Reduced-height forward-facing 
child restraint systems

ISO/F3

Full-height, forward-facing child 
restraint systems

ISO/B2

Reduced width forward-facing 
booster seat

ISO/B3

Full width forward-facing 
booster seat

All models

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*1:Adjust the seat slide to the rearmost position. If the child restraint system interferes with the head restraint and cannot be installed 

stably, raise the head restraint to the highest position. If this interference is unavoidable even after raising, remove the head restraint.
Please note that the removed head restraint should be stored in the luggage compartment so that it will not fly during sudden braking 
or collision.
Also, if you remove the child restraint system, attach the head restraint to the original seat and make sure it is locked.

*2:Only forward facing child restraint system can be installed when the front passenger airbag is on.
*3:If the child restraint system interferes with the head restraint and cannot be installed stably, raise the head restraint to the highest 

position.

*4:For installing the universal belted type, adjust the seat back to the most front lock position.

• If the child restraint system on the rear seat interferes with the front seat, adjust the front seat to the position without interfere.

*5:For installing the R2 size or smaller ISOFIX child restraint system, when the child restraint system interferes the driver's seat, adjust the 

driver's seat to the highest position.

*6:For installing the R3 size ISOFIX child restraint system, when the child restraint interferes the driver's seat, adjust the driver's seat to the 

highest position and the seat back to the front lock position, and adjust the seat slide to the 11th step from most front position or 
forward.
When interfering passenger's seat, adjust the passenger's seat back to the front lock position. And adjust the seat slide to the 10th step 
from most front position or forward.

*7:The named Child Restraint Systems (CRS) reflect Honda's recommendations at the date of publication. 

You should speak to an authorised dealer for up to date details relating to our recommended CRSs. 
Other CRS may also be suitable - please consult CRS manufacturers for recommended vehicle lists.

• Child restraint systems with support leg can be installed in seating position where i-Size cannot be installed.
• If you cannot fix the booster child restraint stably, adjust the seat-back angle to be parallel with the back still keeping it forward of 
the seat belt shoulder anchor.

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R44

R129

Europe Genuine CRS List

Mass Group

Child Restraint System

Category

Group 0
up to 10kg

Group 0+
up to 13kg

Group I
9 to 18kg

Group II, III
15 to 36kg

Honda KIDFIX XP

Universal
Semi-universal

Range of application

Child Restraint System

Category

40 to 83cm
up to 13kg
(Birth - 15 months)

Honda baby safe

Infant carrier module

Honda baby safe ISOFIX

Base for i-Size

76 to 105cm
8 to 22kg
(15 months - 4 years)

Honda ISOFIX

i-Size Universal ISOFIX

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A lower anchorage-compatible child restraint system can be installed in either of the 
two rear seats. A child restraint system is attached to the lower anchorages with 
either the rigid or flexible type of connectors (see illustrations).

1.

Locate the anchor marks affixed to the base 
of the seat cushion.

2.

Pull out the anchorage covers under the 
marks to expose the lower anchorages.

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See illustration.

Installing a Lower Anchorage-Compatible Child Restraint System

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Installing a Lower Anchorage-Compatible Child Restraint System

Some child restraint systems come with optional 
guide-cups, which avoid possible damage to the seat 
surface. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions when 
using the guide-cups, and attach them to the lower 
anchorages as shown in the image.

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WARNING

Never attach two child restraint systems to 
the same anchor. In a collision, one anchor 
may not be strong enough to hold two 
child restraint system attachments and may 
break, causing serious injury or death.

a

Lower Anchorages

b

Guide-cup

a

Marks

b

Covers

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3.

Place the child restraint system on the 
vehicle seat, then attach the child restraint 
system to the lower anchorages according 
to the instructions that came with the child 
restraint system.

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When installing the child restraint 
system, make sure that the lower 
anchorages are not obstructed by the 
seat belt or any other object.

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When the child restraint system 
interferes with the head restraint, raise 
its highest position.

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When the child restraint system is not 
placed firmly, adjust the position of the 
front seat.

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Installing a Lower Anchorage-Compatible Child Restraint System

For your child's safety, when using a child restraint 
system installed using the lower anchorage system, 
make sure that the child restraint system is properly 
secured to the vehicle. A child restraint system that is 
not properly secured will not adequately protect a 
child in a crash and may cause injury to the child or 
other vehicle occupants.

The flexible type may not be available in your country.

a

Lower Anchorages

b

Rigid Type

a

Lower Anchorages

b

Flexible Type

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WARNING: 

Never use a hook that does not come 

with a Top Tether anchor symbol when securing an 
installed child restraint system.

a

Top Tether Anchor Symbol

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4.

If the head restraint is not its highest 
position, raise its highest position.

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Retract the luggage area cover.

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Luggage Area Cover

 P. 242

5.

Route the tether strap between the head 
restraint legs, and secure the tether strap 
hook to the anchorage.

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Make sure the strap is not twisted.

Child restraint system with tether strap

Straight Top Tether Type

a

Tether Strap Hook

b

Anchorage

Straight Top Tether Type

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5.

Route the tether strap through the outsides 
of the head restraint legs, and secure the 
tether strap hook to the anchorage.

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Make sure the strap is not twisted.

6.

Tighten the tether strap as instructed by the 
child restraint system manufacturer.

7.

Make sure the child restraint system is 
firmly secured by rocking it forward and 
back, and side to side; little movement 
should be felt.

6.

Extend the support leg until it touches the 
floor as instructed by the child restraint 
system manufacturer.

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Confirm that the section of the floor on 
which the support leg rests is level. If the 
section is not level, the support leg will 
not provide adequate support.

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Make sure that there is no contact 
between the child restraint system and 
the seat in front of it.

Other Top Tether Type

a

Tether Strap Hook

b

Anchorage

Other Top Tether Type

Child restraint system with tether strap

a

Support Leg

Child restraint system with support leg

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A child restraint system can be installed with a lap/shoulder belt in any rear seat or, 
if absolutely necessary, the front passenger seat.

1.

Place the child restraint system on the 
vehicle seat.

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When the child restraint system is not 
placed firmly, adjust the position of the 
front seat.

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When the child restraint system is not 
placed firmly, raise the head restraint to 
its highest position.

2.

Route the seat belt through the child 
restraint system according to the child 
restraint system manufacturer's 
instructions, and insert the latch plate into 
the buckle.

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Insert the latch plate fully until it clicks.

Installing a Child Restraint System with a Lap/Shoulder Seat Belt

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Installing a Child Restraint System with a Lap/Shoulder Seat Belt

A child restraint system that is not properly secured 
will not adequately protect a child in a crash and may 
cause injury to the child or other vehicle occupants.

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3.

Push down the tab. Route the shoulder 
part of the belt into the slit at the side of 
the restraint. 

4.

Grab the shoulder part of the belt near the 
buckle, and pull up to remove any slack 
from the lap part of the belt. 

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When doing this, place your weight on 
the child restraint system and push it 
into the vehicle seat.

5.

Position the belt properly and push up the 
tab. Make sure the belt is not twisted. 

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When pushing up the tab, pull up the 
upper shoulder part of the belt to 
remove any slack from the belt.

6.

Make sure the child restraint system is 
firmly secured by rocking it forward and 
back, and side to side; little movement 
should be felt.

7.

Make sure any unused seat belt that a 
child can reach is buckled.

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