[A4] cloth interior?
brian at bjwhite.net
Tue May 31 11:55:50 EDT 2005
Why the American facination with leather? Lots of high dollar and high performance cars in Europe
come with cloth.
Check most European spec E34 BMW M5s and you'll see. Cloth interior isn't about cheapness.
In fact, I almost wish our A4 had cloth so I could have the sport seats.
Given the real choice though, I'd take leatherette in the A4. Ours still looks as new as the day
it left the factory. Can't say the same about leather.
My opinion is that the pleather you speak of, will wear better over the years on the bolster than
leather in the same spot.
Nothing says nasty like worn leather in a car.
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From: Rocky Mullin <caliban at sharon.net>
To: Dan DiBiase <d_dibiase at yahoo.com>, audidoodie at comcast.net, Peter Kirby <pkirby90 at yahoo.ca>,
a4 at audifans.com
Sent: Tue, 31 May 2005 08:49:39 -0700
Subject: RE: [A4] cloth interior?
> my feeling is that they did all that to differentiate the 1.8t
> as the entry level audi.
> At 7:10 AM -0700 5/31/05, Dan DiBiase wrote:
> >--- Rocky Mullin <caliban at sharon.net> wrote:
> >> i wish my '00 had been available with leather :(
> >Yeah, hard to believe that they didn't put leather into the 1.8T A4 until
> >(I believe) the 2003 model.... And grudgingly, it seems, considering that
> >my '04 has leather 'seating surfaces' only - only the centers of the seats
> >are leather, the bolsters are "pleather".... How much more would that add
> >to the cost??
> >Dan D
> >'04 A4 1.8Tq MT-6
> >Central NJ USA
> Rocky Mullin
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