Range Rover Evoque: Isofix anchor points (not Australia)

restraints Do not attempt to fit ISOFIX restraints to the centre rear seating position.
The anchor bars are not designed to hold an ISOFIX restraint in this position.
If the restraint is not correctly anchored, there is a significant risk of injury to the child in the event of a collision or emergency braking.

Both of the outer seat positions on the rear seat are equipped to accept ISOFIX restraints.

This symbol is shown on a label

This symbol is shown on a label sewn into the seats to indicate the position of the ISOFIX lower anchorages.

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