I'm no expert - but I believe the facings are leather. The sides, backs etc are not. This is quite normal on most cars until one goes up market quite a way I believe.
I think the back is untouched. The extra leather is on the sides of the seats.V.nice allan
although I am happy with the factory spec leather seating
it is such a small bit on the seat back - makes no real difference
Transform were excellent. Very helpful and hospitable. I could have had any colour combination of leather and stitching; even the Honda 'H' logo embroidered in the front seats or red centres with black sides etc. Your local dealer will remove your seats and door cards, Transform collect re-fit and return them to your dealer for replacing in your car (this route adds a bit to the cost).I take it you went the transform route allan? How much did that sting you?
Yes, I would have had the Honda leather and sunroof but the delay at the time of ordering was 'unknown'; as it was I ordered early Feb and had delivery at the end of July!The side of the seats are done in leather as well by Honda (only the seat backs are plastic) plus you get the heated seats as std for the £800
Perhaps transform use a slightly higher grade of leather?
anyway I'm sure you are happy allan and so are we
The 'Transform' leather is very soft and with the perforated centres there's no sliding and it's comfortable in the summer heat. Don't notice it being cold in winter either as I wear thicker/extra clothing....and that aroma of leather....ahhhhhh.[smilie=superkewl.g:Blimey, you lot pay EXTRA to get your b*m frozen on cold winter mornings and burnt on hot summer days and to slide around in the seat when you corner quickly.
Stick with cloth. Cheaper and nicer.
Each to their own - but you are overlooking that when we pay for Honda leather seats we also get a couple of switches to pipe a bunch of heat up our backsides. No sliding yet, & not enough sun either...Blimey, you lot pay EXTRA to get your b*m frozen on cold winter mornings and burnt on hot summer days and to slide around in the seat when you corner quickly.