Re: 147 and ISOFIX child seats....
My GTA has ISOFIX mounting points, so I would have thought most modern Alfas would have them.
They are quite hard to spot, did you check the manual for details - it should be listed if supported?
You really have to reach quite far into the fold of the seat to find the mounting points...
One warning about ISOFIX, while a great idea - just because a seat is ISOFIX doesn,t mean it will fit any ISOFIX enabled car.
For example the common Brittax ISOFIX child seats don't fit my GTA.
I tried one myself to doublecheck, but in any case they are not listed as supported on the Brittax application list.
Alfa do recommend one for the GTA at least, think it is Kiddyfix or something, but the Irish dealers charge 450 Euro or something for it, so I just went for a top quality non ISOFIX car seat.
There probably are a lot more models that suit the mainstream Alfas since the heavy bolstering of the GTA seats probably rules out a lot of seats.
During my testing of installing the ISOFIX seat I must admit that it looked easy enough to knacker the leather seats with repeated installation and de-instillation since some of the fixing points were reasonably pointed and could tear leather if due care wasn't taken.
I'm not a doctor - but I really do recommend braking later
Last edited by Trailbraker; 30-08-06 at 21:12.