This trend continued as automotive manufacturers realized that affordable premium model vehicles were in demand by consumers. They began to add more vinyl to their interiors typically starting with the rear bench, but some manufacturers added vinyl to the front seats as well. You can typically identify these interiors by the terms “leather-appointed”, “leather-trimmed”, or something similar.
The choice between a 100% vinyl, leather/vinyl combination, or 100% leather interior is really a matter of personal taste, budget, and based on the requirements of the project. For some work trucks, a 100% or mainly vinyl interior kit might fit the project while for a person looking for the ultimate in luxury for their vehicle might want a 100% leather kit. Unfortunately, most manufacturers do not offer a choice in leather content for their vehicles and so whatever they designed for their interior is what the consumer will be stuck with. However, LeatherSeats.com allows you to pick the leather content that you find best fits your taste and project needs.