I'm actually shocked that Rebel trucks don't come standard with leather.
While I do like the vinyl seats (I have always had leather), I am starting to care less and less for the "premium cloth" inserts. The tread pattern is not what bothers me, rather it is the way the cloth seems to ripple after being sat on. In most cases, after 15-30 minutes after not sitting in the seat, the fabric seems to smooth back out, but at just 1k miles and over $50k spent on a brand new truck, you'd halfway expect to receive a quality interior that seems to not hold up too well. And to get out in front of any speculation, I am 6'3 @ 190lbs. This is not an excessive amount of weight that should be crushing the seat's foam/cover material as it does. AND secondly, although it IS a truck, I am very gentle with her and how I enter and exit the cabin. Anyone experience any similar issues?
Are you doing anything special to your seats when it comes to maintaining them? Any conditioners? Or nothing at all?After 10,000 miles and 7 months of abuse by me, kids, hunting buddies, dogs, whatever... my seats still look about the same as they did when I got them. I've never seen any stretching, rippling, etc.
OP, I'd say the dealer will be replacing yours before the warranty is up.
The Basic Limited Warranty covers the cost of all parts
and labor needed to repair any item on your vehicle
when it left the manufacturing plant that is defective in
material, workmanship or factory preparation. There is
no list of covered parts since the only exception are tires
and Unwired headphones.
Nothing special at all. Just some interior cleaner from Wal-Mart on the vinyl on occasion, and vacuuming the mesh.Are you doing anything special to your seats when it comes to maintaining them? Any conditioners? Or nothing at all?
Have you tried giving them a good scrubbing at the coin carwash? I take mine out for every wash and hit'em with the pressure washer, they still look brand new and I work in heavy construction so they take a beating.The one's you've pictured.