Is it possible to fit 3 child seats in the back of my BMW 5 Series Touring?

I've got a third child on the way (the first 2 will be 2 and 4 years old by the time the third arrives) but I really don't want to sell my 2013 BMW 5 Series Touring 2.0. Can I safely fit three child seats in and back and, if not, is there a similarly refined estate into which I could fit three seats? I'd prefer not to go down the SUV/MPV route.

Asked on 13 February 2017 by hugo

Answered by Honest John
Your answer is probably a Multimac custom-built 3-across car child seat: multimac.co.uk/3_child_car_seat
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