What would be the cost of adding leather seats?


Asked by Nov 13, 2013 at 12:50 PM about the 2013 Hyundai Tucson GLS AWD PZEV

Question type: Car Customization

Is letharette "vinyl"?

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Tom Demyan

Leatherette is a name for synthetic leather, close to vinyl seating. It would be pretty costly to purchase new seats. Might want to check some local auto salvage yards or you might want to talk to an auto uphoster to see how much it would cost to recover your existing ones.


You can usually buy leather covers but they will cost a few hundred dollars. However, much cheaper than buying new seats. I use the PU Leather (fake leather) seat covers. You can buy them off of Amazon for anywhere between $30-$80 and they look really good.

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