Laramie Leather issues?

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Kingz88

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Hi All,

I'm looking at purchasing a 2024 Ram 3500 Laramie. I found one with specs that I want however the leather on the seats looks a bit baggy for a brand new truck. I wanted to ask other Ram owners if this is normal? Just worried if its like this brand new what its going to look like in a few years. Thanks in advance.

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Jproven

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23 Laramie 1500. The leather seats are not impressive and are easily damaged in my opinion.
 

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Laramie's have leather trimmed seats. The main seating area is not leather. I had an 18 2500 Laramie and the seats were nice, IMO.
 

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I believe the part that you are worried about is the perforated real leather for the ventilated seats.

The rest of the seats are pleather I believe.

My 22 Laramie has looked similar and has not had any issue. I love the seats…. Easy to clean and comfortable. Plus, the dash doesn’t seem to delaminate like the higher grades….
 

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Both of my Laramie's leater has held up extremely well. Neither ever had any cracks or tears and little to no signs of wear.

You have to be realistic though. The foam underneath the leather is going to break in and the leather isn't necessarily going to shrink when the foam does. It's not going to harm a thing.
 
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