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prinzSD

Josh...how are the leather seats holding

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I have seen three up close Solstice on the road with some miles on it and found what is disturbing to me. The seat part of the leather already had a significant wrinkle in it at 400 miles ( I did not look to see how many miles were on the other two). Seems to me this part of the leather will wear out prematurely and sooner rather then later. How are your seats holding out? Just curious! The seats in my 93 TA did not rip a little on the side bolster until about 155,000 miles. Currently the car has about 164,000 miles and the rip is a little bigger, but I was always careful in regards to how I got into my car becuase I always knew GM's leather was not very tough.

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Guest Josh

I stayed with the cloth seats for reasons exactly like this. Plus when the top is down in the summer the leather would burn my ASS!

So, I have the cloth seats and they are doing just great with a tick under 2,000 miles now on them.

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