Graco Extend2Fit Plush Long-Leg Convertible Car Seat

Last updated: April 11, 2023


Taking into account safety recommendations for keeping children rear-facing for longer, this convertible car seat offers better leg room and a nifty footrest to keep legs from dangling. We like the fact that it also has excellent crash test results.

Graco Extend2Fit Plush Long-Leg Convertible Car Seat

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Key Takeaway: Lots of leg room and a footrest to keep legs from dangling make this convertible car seat a top pick.

In our analysis of 88 expert reviews, the Graco Extend2Fit Plush Long-Leg Convertible Car Seat placed 4th when we looked at the top 18 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

The Graco Extend2Fit performed second to the Britax in our crash-testing.
A very good performing seat in all modes of use that offers increased leg room for rear-facing children.
The Graco Extend2Fit is a higher-end Graco option with impressive crash test results. This seat is relatively lightweight and easy to use, with dual cup holders, harness retainer, and a cool footrest to prevent dangling legs.
Dual cupholders, always a fan favorite, the easy to adjust harness, the Fuss Free pockets, and the rather revolutionary extender have really made this a spectacular seat.
In a carseat universe increasingly dominated by All-In-One carseats, the standard Graco Extend2Fit is a great convertible carseat that is also a tremendous value when on sale.
This convertible car seat is one of the best on the market. The Graco Extend2Fit offers so many different user-friendly features...

What reviewers didn't like

It’s not nearly as easy to install as the Britax ClickTight system.
Rear-facing to forward-facing transition using LATCH can be difficult.
Not the best quality, harder belt installation.
Some parents have noted that the headpiece pushes their child head too far forward.
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