The Nuna Car Seat Lineup

Nuna has become one of the most popular baby gear brands over the last few years – and for good reasons as they have a car seat for every age and stage you may need. Each car seat offers versatility, style, safety, and extra little touches that are making them a go-to choose for Canadian parents.

Haven't yet heard about the PIPA, RAVA, or AACE?

Well, keep reading because we sharing everything, we know about the Nuna car seat lineup below.


Let's break it down for you, there are 3 PIPA series infant seats to choose from.

  1. Nuna PIPA
  2. Nuna PIPA LITE
  3. Nuna PIPA LITE LX
We compare all three of these car seats and their features in this article to help you decide which seat is best for you.

While the OG PIPA has the best canopy of all three [includes a peek-a-boo window, flip-out eye shade, and a dream drape] they all boast 50 UPF coverage. All these infant car seats are easily compatible with the Nuna MIXX stroller to create a travel system.


Next up is the very popular Nuna RAVA convertible car seat. We would say this is your next stage seat once your little one outgrows their PIPA infant bucket set but you can use the RAVA from birth! There are two stages of use with the RAVA:

  1. Rear-facing 5-40 lbs. and up to 49" tall 
  2. Forward-facing 25-65 lbs. and up to 49" tall
Parents looking for a modern car seat to match the interior of their vehicle are often drawn to this seat – but there is more to the RAVA than just its exterior.

Read the full RAVA product review HERE, or just take our word for it that it’s a great seat. We love the no re-thread harness that allows you to adjust the seat easily as your little one grows, and we’ve even gone over the safety features of the RAVA in this article.


Rounding out the Nuna family of car seats is the AACE Booster Seat. We love the 10-position adjustable headrest that allows the seat to grow up – and grow out! Yup, the sides of this seat can expand in width to accommodate a bigger body. We love that this shoulder system works simultaneously with the headrest and is so simple to adjust as needed. This seat really does grow with your child – you can even adjust the seat depth to accommodate a bigger bum or growing legs. Plus, when the time comes the AACE can be converted to a backless booster – and you know we love a good old 2-in-1.

There are two stages of use for the AACE:

  1. High back booster: suitable for children 40 - 110 lbs. and 38" - 60" tall.
  2. No back booster: suitable for children 50 - 120 lbs. and 38" - 60" tall.

You can read our full product review on the Nuna AACE booster seat here.
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From $780.00 $780.00 – $817.00

Safe Travels!

There is no doubt about it – Nuna makes a beautiful looking car seat and Canadian parents are drawn to the simplistic look and included extras.

So, what do you think? Is a Nuna car seat in your future?

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