Delayed: Travois 3.5 Seat Bed (2P)-the Sierra is a good alternative

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Versatile 6'9" Seat Bed:

  • Two mounting options:
    • Premium L-track base: (pricing TBD)  Pair with the Travois L-track Pro Floor (not included) allowing the seat bed to move forwards or backwards along the tracks for variable location on demand and removability
    • Bolt-in base: (all 2-belt sizes <$4,150)
  • Sideways adjust: set the location of the seat laterally in either direction 
  • 3-point retractable seat belts
  • ISOFIX Latch child seat anchors
  • Integrated adjustable head rests
  • Safety tested to North American and European standards (including M1, 30 second extended pull, 10 second reverse pull) 
  • European made
  • Fire retardant non-toxic materials
  • Comes in Two-Tone Black (custom upholstery available)
  • Comes in 2-belt (86cm, 112cm) and 3-belt (129cm, 150cm) sizes 
  • The easy installing, L-track embedded, insulated Travois Pro Floor comes in various sizes of Sprinter, Metris, Transit and ProMaster. (not included)

When used with the Travois Pro System Floor, collision testing indicates our seat/beds will meet Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (CMVSS)**:

  • CMVSS 202 Head Restraints
  • CMVSS 207 Anchorage of seats
  • CMVSS 208 Occupant Protection in Frontal Impacts (Seat belt fitment)
  • CMVSS 209 Seat Belt Assemblies (Supplier Certification)
  • CMVSS 210 Seat Belt Anchorages
  • CMVSS 210.1 User Ready Tether Anchorages for restraint systems and booster seats
  • CMVSS 210.2 Lower Universal Anchorage systems for restraint systems and booster seats
  • CMVSS 302 Flammability of interior materials

**Note: Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) are US federal regulations specifying design, construction, performance, and durability requirements for motor vehicles and regulated Automobile safety-related components, systems, and design features.  Canada has a system of analogous rules called the Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (CMVSS), which, generally speaking, overlap substantially but not completely in content and structure with the FMVSS.