What is the Difference Between Leather and Nappa Leather Seating?
You may have noticed when choosing your Kia vehicle that it offers a Nappa leather seating surface. Nappa leather is not the same as traditional leather seating and if you are looking for the best quality seating surfaces with the most comfort then we are here to help. Understanding the difference between Nappa leather and leather can make a huge difference in your purchasing decision.
One of the main differences between Nappa leather and leather is that Nappa leather is a softer and smoother leather. This is due to the way that the Nappa leather is tanned. Hides used for Nappa leather are tanned with chromium or aluminum sulfate, salts that are notably softer and more durable. Nappa leather is also dyed with water-soluble colorants to make it more resistant to fading. Due to the dying process, Nappa leather seats are easier to clean and remain in the best condition for longer.
Overall, Nappa leather provides you with a vehicle that is easy to clean and maintain than other leather seating options. See what Kia models are offered with Nappa leather seating below.
What Kia Vehicles Have Nappa Leather Seating?
Quilted Nappa Leather
Kia models offer many seating options so that customers can choose the best seating surface that works for them. For premium quality and maximum comfort, customers can choose from leather, Nappa leather and quilted Nappa leather seating surfaces. For those who want stain resistant cloth material, Kia offers YES Essentials fabric which is spill-resistant, odor-resistant, antimicrobial material. YES Essentials fabric is a great option for families with young children!
Come into Moritz Kia and test drive a 2017 Kia vehicle with Nappa leather seating and experience the premium quality for yourself. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a test drive with one of the available Kia models with Nappa leather seating options.