Looking at slightly used crown victorias, and have two questions
regarding the leather.
Can I still get the newer model crown vics without leather? seems cloth
is a dying option, and i do not want leather.
Second question, some leather have heated seats and others don't... why
would these cars be made with leather seats and have heat as an option?
or am i missing something on the switch...
100+ ???? Are you nuts??? I can't even handle 75F...
I don't think I could live in a place that makes you feel like you need a
shower 15 minutes after you took one....
-30... now there's a nice temp. Not so cold you can't roll the window down
some.... but cold enough to make you appreciated heated seats....
Not everyone has those... not everyone wants those....
For one of your other replies.... there isn't anything intrinsically wrong
with leather seats.... some folks just don't like them....
I prefer buffalo meat (well, moose first if it isn't too willowy) - that
doesn't mean everyone else is going to share my choices.
My wife decided on leather couches (that's a chesterfield in Canada)... I
would have preferred something different....
Heated seats were an option, as were heated/cooled seats. The later, have
the perforated leather seating surface.
What's wrong with leather? Every car I have owned in the past ten years
well i guess theres nothing wrong with it, I have a mustang with leather
seats in it, but if i were to get another one, i would want cloth. my
crown vic has cloth, and i want cloth again.
the leather wears very nice, is easy to clean, and looks good... but i
just find it quite hot in the summer time, and not as comfortable as the
Wifes car too has leather, but i don't drive that often enough to make
an opinion... its quite a different leather than the ford leather...
(its a honda)... ford leather always seems more like vinyl to me... for
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