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#1 of 3 Old 08-19-2007, 04:51 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hello =)
We currently have a RF Marathon for my 14 month old. We're expecting a new baby & I'd really like to get him a Boulevard for its side impact safety, since he'll be moved from the middle seat to the side seat when his sibling arrives. The closest store than carries there is over an hour away so...
Can anyone tell me how the 2 compare in size to eachother?? Is the Boulevard around the same size, or larger than the Marathon?
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They are exactly the same size

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Just wondering, is the new baby going to sit near the other door or do you plan on putting the new baby in the middle. Depending on the type of car that you drive it might be difficult to have a Marathon in the middle position and the boulevard near the door. I have a Honda Accord and I can't place the Boulevard in the middle with a Roundabout near the door or vice versa. The Bouelvard is 18 1/2 inches wide if I am not mistaken and the Roundabout is 16 1/2 inches. If you plan on placing the new baby in the middle don't forget to measure your back seat first.

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