Submitted by stephenfoster2011 on Sat, 2019-12-07 13:57
I have had my Tesla model x for 2 years. My driver seat had a small leather defect the size of a quarter that bubbled up within a couple of months of taking ownership. This defect has continued to worsen as is now the size of a softball. It looks like the leather has stretched and worn as if boiling water was poured on it. Tesla from the beginning has said they are not responsible for defects in the leather seating, and accept no liability. (nor will they suggest where to get it remedied) Has anyone else had this experience? Any suggestions on how to correct?