Have you cleaned them since you bought the car? Mine starts to look like this every once in a while but a good cleaning and they are like new. Try to do it once a month. Leather seats do require a lot of attention.That sucks, it looks like poor quality to me. Hopefully Hyundai stays behind their America's Best Warranty.
I have to email them 2 weeks ago for another seat issue, and their customer support is absolutely useless. Nothing more but a case number open and future visit to local stealership for issue evaluation... my gut tells me that 5Y/60k miles upholstery warranty could be another gimmick in the pack. The wear on my driver's seat edge shows after only 8000 miles and less than a year old car. Definitely not the greatest craftsmanship out there.
Good clean & conditioning twice in a month, vacuum every week... I know, I'm one of those freaks that like their car new-look all the time.Have you cleaned them since you bought the car? Mine starts to look like this every once in a while but a good cleaning and they are like new. Try to do it once a month. Leather seats do require a lot of attention.
The seat and back themselves (perforated bits) are real leather, the bolsters are not. I would assume the steering wheel is also something like leatherette.IAlso don't think these are real leather even on the steering wheel.
Lexol if you're on a budget, Leatherique if you're not.BTW, what cleaner do you guys recommend for this kind of leather steering wheel and seat?