2018 Quicksilver Metallic Jet Black Leather SLT-1 Tow Package
Oh and its a lot further back than I thought.
If you look closely, there is a crease along the spot wear the pin hole is.Sorry for the giant image but hey....theres the world smallest pin hole and it irritates the you know what out of me. It’s in the crease so I am under the assumption that its from getting in and out.
Thanks, was‘t sure what to use on that surface. What part of the seat is leather, if any, and whats vinyl?If you look closely, there is a crease along the spot wear the pin hole is.
This is similar to other seat issues. The side is actually a vinyl type material . . . . not leather like the flat surface.
Using a vinyl conditioner like 303 on those seat sides may decrease the chance of this and trying not to slide in or out may also help.
Leather is used on the flat "Leather Appointed" surface you sit on and many times not even all of that is leather. You can kind of tell because leather tends to get more wrinkles and creases in it as it ages.Thanks, was‘t sure what to use on that surface. What part of the seat is leather, if any, and whats vinyl?
Pretty sure that portion of the seat is vinyl and not leather. In your pic you can see it appears to be in a crease running along the seat bottom. Most likely from compression when sitting on the seat.AHH....I just noticed a pin hole tear in the driver seat I imagine from entrance and exit and I am beyond furious!! FIrst off What The Hell and secondly What The Hell! I can not believe the leather in these seats is that subpar that they are already beginning to fail. Even though it is barely noticeable I know its there and it’s driving me crazy. Any ideas or thoughts?
I don’t have any B2B warranty left but I did purchase a Platinum Level Aftermarket Warranty (rollls eyes) that is supposed to cover everything but looks like won’t cover this. Now, granted I just read through it really quickly and after waking up from a nap. Yes, I said nap!! Worked all night and up until 1pm so I am dead on my feet tired. At any rate, they don’t appear to change it so I am going to talk to my local upholstery lady and see what she can do.Warranty might be your ticket. That doesn't appear to be a puncture. It appears to be a flake of outer layer which fell off the faux leather seat trim. That's definitely arguable as a warranty repair - something easily fixed by a trim repair specialist. The service department should call in one of their 'vinyl' repair contractors to make it good again. (if you have any B2B warranty remaining)