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O.K. I have located several 95-98 Discos. They are all over 100 miles away. So before I start driving around looking my wife (the brains of the outfit) asked me if the three car seats would fit across the back seat. Does anyone know? Also how would I find the width dim. of the back seat. :dunno
 

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You might be able to find the rear hip room number from a resource like Edmunds.com. I tried to access it, but it wouldn't come up for me...Take that number and divide by three to see what might fit there...A friend of mine was in a similar predicament a few years back and found that the DiscoII and the MDX were the only vehicles that could take three across, but the MDX won out because of Honda/Acura's reliability. That being said I'm not sure how the DiscoI would fare...you might want to consider getting an SE7 so you can toss one of the kiddos way in the back...

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Nix the 3rd seat infants, they are side-facing in the discovery I and you can't use a child seat.

The middle/rear seat will fit three child seats, ... if they are the right kind, but it's tight. The rear wheelwells intrude into the seatcushion width and make it a squeeze. It wouldn't be my first choice for a 3-across seating.
 

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Three seats?

Yeah, three car seats might fit snugly, but I can't imagine trying to stick a child in the middle seat. It would take quite a bit of effort to get a munchkin squeezed in there.

I have a series II SE7 with the forward facing seats, and that makes hauling three children pretty easy. The oldest likes sitting all the way in the back.
 
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