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Hi, im new here and about to place an order for a T-Roc 2.0 TSI DSG SEL, but im not sure about the white part of the front and rear seats.
It is leather or cloth on the standard cloth seats and, again what material is it on the Quartz leather?
 

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The cloth with leather trim, exactly like the ones in your picture. I actually prefer cloth. Much better to sit on first thing in the morning during a Scottish winter in my opinion.
 

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TheCoosTail said:
The cloth with leather trim, exactly like the ones in your picture. I actually prefer cloth. Much better to sit on first thing in the morning during a Scottish winter in my opinion.
Thank you so much. You have made my choice much easier
 

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Yes I also have those seats and they have been much admired. I wondered if the white would look dirty in no time but so far they still look fresh after 3 months and 1400 miles.
 

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The white parts may well not be fabric, but I'd be surprised if they are leather - otherwise VW would be more forward in saying so?
 

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braveheart74 said:
Yes I also have those seats and they have been much admired. I wondered if the white would look dirty in no time but so far they still look fresh after 3 months and 1400 miles.
Thats the worry i have, but if its not fabric i should be ok
 

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Indeed; I also saw in the UK brochure that even with the leather seats (which we have on order) not everything that looks leather is leather ...

"Some parts of leather interior will contain artificial leather."
 

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The white part of the sports seats is some kind of leather-like plastic. Easy to clean.
 
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