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Can I fit child seats and a buggy in the Hyundai ix35?

With a 465-litre boot with all five seats in place and up to 1,436 litres with the standard-fit 60:40 split-folding rear seats stowed away, the ix35 is a practical and capacious machine so stowing buggies shouldn’t be a problem. Fitting three child seats across the second row will be tough, but not impossible, depending on the size/shape of said child seats, but with two ISOFIX mounting points in the back of the Hyundai and plenty of legroom to play with, it should prove to be a useful family conveyance.

How safe is the Hyundai ix35?

Despite registering a modest 54 per cent for pedestrian safety, when it was crash-tested in 2010 the Hyundai ix35 picked up the full five-star EuroNCAP rating. That was largely achieved through scores of 90 per cent for adult occupant safety, 88 per cent for child occupant safety and 71 per cent for safety assist systems. Standard safety equipment included six airbags and electronic stability control, while the structure was cleverly designed so the B-pillars formed a rollover hoop in the event of the vehicle flipping and the head restraints were active items to minimise whiplash injuries.

Click here for the full EuroNCAP report on the Hyundai ix35

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Last updated on October 2, 2020