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Old 29-11-2017
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Don't think the Limited has the Nappa leather, that was Overland and Summit. Anyway, wonder if it's something to do with the colour, what colour are Craig's? I've had the black leather for nearly 4 years / 130,000 and they still look new. Always parked under cover mind which could also be a factor. Not excuses, just thinking of differences.
it does if you have the luxury pack which i do .
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Basically I enter a concern about the faulty seat wear,
Told a serveral Service Manages that Jeep didnít give a shit about the faulty seat covers and knocking back majority of claims as fair wear tear in mr @ 3000kms

FCA said they would review my issue and then got the Generic FCA bad luck get fucked email, didnít want to vehicle at all.

Got love their review process bit lit a rapist doing his own release review, we know what his answer would be.

Now start the campaign to get it out there in the news wonít chop it up,like Ashton

Any ideas would be appreciated or names & email address
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Different model but my 12 limited(non nappa) did that on the drivers seat within the year of buying it new. It happened on the edge like yours where my arse does not rest on.

The leather between the drivers seat and passenger seat also differs greatly in texture.

Feather weight.


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