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Thinking About Getting Some Re-Upholstering Done!

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I often wish my Auris had leather seats and trim. I have scoured the web for some local car re-upholsterers but haven't come across any yet.

Has anyone here had any re-upholstering done? If so where and how much?

Thanks in Advance....

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I thought you could fer leather seats as an option from new. I remember the option on my T180 in 2007.

Maybe the dealer can still retrofit. I have a vague memory of it being around a grand, but possible £1,800.

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I often wish my Auris had leather seats and trim. I have scoured the web for some local car re-upholsterers but haven't come across any yet.

Has anyone here had any re-upholstering done? If so where and how much?

Thanks in Advance....

Give Seat Surgeons at York a call..............

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I often wish my Auris had leather seats and trim. I have scoured the web for some local car re-upholsterers but haven't come across any yet.

Has anyone here had any re-upholstering done? If so where and how much?

Thanks in Advance....

Give Seat Surgeons at York a call..............

Thanks for the info.

I also found this company in Luton : http://www.carinteriors.net/

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these guys did seat retrims in leather for a Nissan 350Z-UK forum member... (those were the days)

They cost around 500 quid if i remember and the job was top notch... even better quality than the original parts...

The had the seats retrimmed in black leather with an orange piping to match the exterior colour and look the poodles privates...

give them a call http://www.precisiontrimming.co.uk/interiors.htm

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They look like a top notch job but not sure an Auris is worth that much effort and cost.

Each to his own though and they do look superb.

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