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Seat belt buckle

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I just receive my Civic X this weekend ! I notice the seat belt buckle of the front passenger is different of all the other in the car. I was wondering if this is normal and if yes, what's the explanation?

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Buckle on the front passenger side:




The one on the driver side:






Looking on the internet, I found those pictures which suggest that the buckle on the driver side should be the same of the one on the passenger side...




What's the situation in your Civic X guys?

Thank you!

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Get the fabric into a v shape and turn around some Vaseline helps.
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This is for Euro NCAP 5 stars - the modified seatbelt buckle means improved fitment of universal child's eat into the front passenger seat.

It's normal to be different to the drivers side, as you won't be fitting a child seat in that seat I hope ��
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Same as mine, helps prevent knocking against b pillar when the wife scurries out after my erratic driving.

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This is for Euro NCAP 5 stars - the modified seatbelt buckle means improved fitment of universal child's eat into the front passenger seat.

It's normal to be different to the drivers side, as you won't be fitting a child seat in that seat I hope ��
Thx for the answer! What's weird, my dealer didn't know how to explain that and say there are not with buckle in the 1.0T, only in the others 1.5T...


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Same as mine, helps prevent knocking against b pillar when the wife scurries out after my erratic driving.

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