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ANCAP has awarded Toyota’s 300 Series LandCruiser a five-star safety rating but recommends against fitting child seats/capsules in the third row of seven-seat versions.
Testing by ANCAP indicated the large SUV offered good protection for children, with an overall rating of 88 per cent.
The report does state that “top tether anchorages are not available in the third row and installation of child restraints is not recommended in these seats”.
It also cautions that not all child seats could be safely installed in the second row, noting “installation of typical child restraints available in Australia and New Zealand showed most child restraints could be accommodated in most second-row seating positions, though one of the selected Type A convertible seats could not be correctly installed in rearward facing mode using the ISOfix anchorages”.