Best Buys Baby Best Buys Toddler Best Buys The 10 best car seats - from 4 years Choosing a car seat for older children? Here's some top performing Group 2/3 car seats for your child, including ISOFIX and non-ISOFIX options 1 of Ad break Car seats for 15kg+When your child weighs 15kg, roughly 3 or 4 years of age, they can use a Group 2/3 car seat. A Group 2/3 car seat lasts until your child is 135cm tall or 36kg (around 11 or 12 years old). This long period of use means you’ll want a durable car seat that can accommodate your growing child, keeping them safe, but comfy and we’ve picked 10 of the best car seats to consider... Joie Trillo, £40An adjustable and extendable chair, the Joie Trillo has a massive 7-position backrest, which is impressive and probably the most you'll encounter in a Group 2/3 seat. "Fitting this seat is easy peasy," says our MFM mum, as it's light, easy and uses the car seat belt. The Trillo has also enhanced safety features and some clever additions, like 2 tuck away cupholders. Check out the full Trillo review here. You can buy the Joie Trillo from Amazon or Kiddicare. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Britax Adventure Highback Booster Seat, £64.99One of Britax’s classic car seats, this affordable Group 2/3 model has stood the test of time, garnering great feedback from parents over the years. It’s super lightweight at 3.9kg, so easy to move between cars, and has an adjustable backrest and side impact wings, as well as a pullout drinks holder and snack tray. Our reviewer said this car seat “ticked all the boxes” and scored it a full 5 out of 5 stars for both ease of fitting in the car and durability. She also loved its “genuine simplicity”. Check out the full review of the Britax Adventure here. You can buy the Britax Adventure at Argos, Kiddicare, and Precious Little One. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Diono Monterey 2, £99.99The Diono Monterey 2 car seat is installed with either your car’s own seatbelt or ISOFAST (an ISOFIX compatible system that keeps the seat fixed in place when your child’s not in it). The seat is comfy and deep, and can even be adjusted one-handed to accommodate your growing child - height and width-wise. Read the full Diono Monterey car seat review. Click here to buy the Diono Monterey 2 on Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Hauck Bodyguard, £109.99A highly structured car seat with good safety features that gives a high level of comfort. Easy to adjust and suitable for children from 3 – 12 years, this seat has lots of room for adjustment without being overly bulky. The award-winning Hauck chair has seat belt guides, three recline positions and a 6-height adjustable headrest. Our MFM mum gave this seat a brilliant 4.5 stars out of 5 in her expert review for its easy fit system, wide range of height and width adjustments, five colour options and soft removable, washable covers. Check out the full Hauck Bodyguard review here. You can buy the Bodyguard chair from Tesco, Precious Little One, or on Amazon Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Graco Nautilus Elite Black Sport, £149.99An updated version of the much-loved and multi award-winning 1-2-3 Graco Nautilus, the Elite Black Sport will last your child from the age of 9 months to 12 years and can be used both rear and forward-facing. Featuring an adjustable width headrest, 5-point safety harness and side impact protection system, the Graco Nautilus Elite Black Sport also has an integrated cupholder to please your thirsty little ones. The seat is universal when it comes to car compatibility, but if you are unsure on how to install it, Halfords provide a free fitting service. For more on the Graco Nautilus Elite Black Sport features read the review. You can buy the Graco Nautilus Elite Black Sport from Amazon, Tesco, or ASDA. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Recaro Monza Nova 2 Seatfix, £160The updated version of the Recaro Monza Seatfix, the Recaro Monza Nova 2 Seatfix uses ISOFIX or your car’s own seatbelt to be fitted in your vehicle, and scored full marks for ease of installation. What's different about this version is that it now has an even more Advanced Side Protection system and Anti-static side pads that reduce crash-generated forces to the head and shoulders by 30% and the neck by 20%. This car seat’s big wow factor is the ability to plug in a DVD or MP3 and use the headrest’s integrated speakers. This car seat is ideal for encouraging reluctant older children. Read the full Recaro Monza Seatfix car seat review. You can buy the Recaro Monza 2 Seatfix on Amazon, John Lewis, or Halfords. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Britax Kidfix II XP SICT, £170The newest version of the Britax KID plus SICT car seat, the Kidfix II XP SICT is a forward-facing Group 2/3 high-backed booster seat with a belt harness pad. New to the Britax range for 2015/2016, the Kidfix II XP SICT now features Britax' patented SecureGuard, which ensures optimal lap belt positioning. The SecureGuard acts as a 4th attachment point to a seat belt. It helps to keep the belt in an ideal position over the lap and pelvic bones so it better distributes the impact energy involved in frontal collisions. As well as the guard the XP-PAD and Side Impact Cushion Technology on the seat will take up to 30% of the energy forces away from your child’s neck in the event of a frontal impact, according to Britax. Quick and easy to swap between cars, the seat is also comfy and can be reclined, which is probably why our MFM tester gave it 4.5 stars out of 5. Click here to buy the Britax Kidfix II XP SICT from Mothercare. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Cybex Solution Q-Fix, £190This multi award-winning car seat has already scooped a Red Dot Design Award and a “sehr gut” from Germany’s Auto Bild magazine (Cybex is a German company) for its automatic height and width adjustment features, patented, reclining headrest and side impact protection system. Our MFM reviewer gave the car seat 4.5 stars out of 5 for its comfort, ease of use and ISOFIX compatibility, but you can read all about its features in our full review. Click here to buy the Cybex Solution Q-Fix from Mamas & Papas or Mothercare. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Concord Transformer T, £194.99The Concord Transformer T car seat got top marks in our review, and it's not difficult to see why; a large seat, it can be installed with ISOFIX or your car’s own seatbelt. Its ease of installation has been commended, and it has great safety features. The intuitive push-button size adjustor is noteworthy, too.Read the full Concord Transformer T car seat review Click here to buy the Concord Transformer T on Amazon or order it from Uber Kids. Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Joie Everystage, £200Okay, so this chair is technically an all-stage car seat, not just Group 2/3, but it's groundbreaking so we thought we'd add it to the list. The Joie Everystage Group 0+/1/2/3 chair can face rearward from birth up to 18kg (approx 4 years). And like the Milestone, the Every Stage can be used until your baby grows to be an 11 or 12-year-old pre-teen. The Every Stage features 5 recline positions, side impact protection, a 10-height headrest and side wings that widen as the headrest is raised. It also has a 5–point harness that simultaneously adjusts as the headrest is adjust, so there’s no need to rethread the harness. You can buy the Joie Everystage from Mothercare and Argos. Read more... Find out how long your child's required to travel in a car seat in our guide to the latest car seat laws. There’s plenty of choice on the market, so where do you start? Our car seat buyer's guide is your first port of call, and then our invesigation into whether you need to avoid backless booster seats. Guide to child car seat laws and safety 9 tracker devices: our reviews Can you match the celeb to their car seat? Quiz! Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner By Cassandra Kempster-Roberts Last updated on 14 October 2016 Comments Latest on MadeForMums What are stretch marks? Mum gives best answer ever! THIS Facebook rant is why so many mums like us feel judged Hollyoaks dad-to-be Kieron Richardson reveals his buggy pick Easter crackers: are they becoming a thing?