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    Leather limited seats after time?

    I'm looking to buy a 11' wrx but was staying away from the limited because of the leather seats. Was wondering how they hold up over time vs the cloth seats of my 04 which look brand new still. Any feedback appreciated guys.

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    I've got an 07 limited. bought it a year ago used and the leather in the back seats was extremely tight. to the point were it looked shrunk. the foam was exposed on the top two corners and bottom two corners. I made the dealer fix it or els I wasn't buying. front seats seem to hold up quite well. I use mothers leather care on them about once a month to try and hold off any future damage. I personally like the interiors of the limited cars. all black door panels looks nice.

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