Safety advocates say you should keep your baby rear-facing for two years. The only hitch? Many toddlers’ legs get so long by the time they hit age two, they get scrunched up against the back seat. So parents end up moving their child out of an infant seat (and into a convertible) before age 2.

To address this issue, Graco is releasing an update to their popular SnugRide infant car seat: the SnugRide Click Connect 40. Shipping in September, this new seat features a base that slides back, giving the child up to 8″ more legroom to allow for use up to age 2. As the name implies, the weight limit now goes to 40 lbs (although most children won’t hit this limit until they are way beyond two years, so that is a moot point).  The SnugRide Click Connect 40 also features a no-rethread harness, EPS foam, and a eight-position reclining base. Price: $220, at Babies R Us exclusively (at least to start).

At $220, this is Graco’s first infant seat to cross the $200 barrier (although Peg Perego’s seats have been $200+ for some time).

In other Graco news, Graco is rolling on a new connection system for its car seats and strollers—hence, the “Click Connect” part of the new SnugRide’s name. This enables a quick, one-click connection between car seat and stroller.

Also new: Graco will debut a new high-back booster, the Affix ($80) in September. This booster will work for 30-100 lbs. (38-57″ tall) as a high back and then coverts to a backless booster (4-10 yrs; 40-100 lbs, 40-57″). We’re not sure how this seat differs from the Graco TurboBooster, as it has very similar specs yet. But we wonder if the higher price indicates a more plush pad—we’ll have to wait and see.

Finally, Graco is rolling out an upgrade to its stroller frame, the SnugRider. called the SnugRider Elite ($90). The Elite features a slightly re-designed frame and parent console, but otherwise looks similar to the regular SnugRider.