I love them. I’m in south Florida. No sweat for me. Some of these posters are full of it!
You are not a real Arizonan until you have branded yourself with your seat belt buckle in August.As with any seats (even cloth) you need to avoid parking where the seats are in direct sunlight here in the summer, or at least use a windshield shade. The dark color makes MGV a bit hotter, but even cloth sucks to sit on when it's 112 out and the seats are baking in the sun.
Nah, looks like just wear from entering and (mostly) exiting. Even with STIRRUPS. Pretty disappointing. I’m not that big of a guy either.just checked mine. The plastic below that needs to be smoothed over. Has a sharp edge. Compressing seat into the sharp edge while sliding out may have caused that.
Seems like a defect. You talk to Ford about that? How old is the Bronco?Nah, looks like just wear from entering and (mostly) exiting. Even with STIRRUPS. Pretty disappointing. I’m not that big of a guy either.
I’m going to bring it in for service. Need to see if/when I can get it. I’m at about 17k. Still shouldn’t happen so soon.Seems like a defect. You talk to Ford about that? How old is the Bronco?
Ive had MGV in my Badlands here in AZ for about 16 months now and they still look absolutely brand new after about 10K miles.
Can't tell you how much I cringe watching people jump into their car with cloth seats after exiting the gym. Put a towel down or something.Thanks all for the replies. Picked up a Badlands yesterday and I like the seats. Very much like the active x the called it in the Mavericks. My daughter pointed out sweat and such gets into cloth seats forever. I recall my last black cloth seat vehicle you could see sweat stains and almost a salt ring around edge. So I’m happy. Might just go back to what I did when younger if needed. Old T-shirt over the back and a towel on seat bottom.