LOL hate that I am inclined to agree with that last comment.One other thing that i believe is to be noted.This is not scientific butt i also am a light weight. I have come to the conclusion that because my weight is not distributed over a large area of the seat that it tends to deform a little more quickly.... Pounds per square inch.I.E stilletto heels.If my arse was larger my seat would last longer.If too large then i risk breaking down the side bolsters.Well i guess there is such a thing as the perfect arsehole for the Porsche seat....:hilarious:
I'll bet that the seat cushion was not permanently indented because the same thing happened to my car and I fixed it myself. I moistened the leather with leather conditioner, put heavy books in the seat and parked the car outside in the sun for a few hours. When I removed the books the indention had gone away. (I have no idea why I arrived at that particular "fix" but it worked.)So they shrunk the leather, which I guess isn't that difficult to do. I haven't seen it yet, and won't until Tuesday because they determined the seat cushion needs replacing because it's permanently indented where the bulge was..
So they shrunk the leather, which I guess isn't that difficult to do. I haven't seen it yet, and won't until Tuesday because they determined the seat cushion needs replacing because it's permanently indented where the bulge was.
I guess I've finally found a downside to being a runner!
So, I'm stuck with a new V6 Cayenne until Tuesday, which I've had since Monday.
I absolutely hate just about everything about this vehicle, starting right with the tiny 17 inch wheels. Why someone would buy this ($51k sticker) over a fully loaded Touerag is unknown to me. I'm sure the higher-end models are better (and look quite nice), but this thing lacks any personality and passion. It's nothing at all like a Cayman, but if it supports Porsche for R&D funds to better the true Porsches....