Originally Posted by ottoblotto
My wifes Lincoln does that automatically. Its a great feature and her leather is no where near worn and its almost five years old. But it was semi glossy to begin with. I think I will just have to live with the fact that the seat will wear like this as I have the seat up closer to the steering wheel than other cars so I can have the right grip on the steering wheel. Oh well... I do not love the car any less for it.
Amen... You can delay the severity of the wear quite a bit with proper care, but it'll still wear over time.
A little bit of wear on the seat takes nothing away from your driving experience with this car