Kids? Get black. Period. Point blank. Don't get ANYTHING other than black.Hi there, my husband and I are thinking about buying an Atlas with Shetland leatherette interior since we love the look. However, we are a bit nervous since the color is so light and we have kids. Obviously, no one can make long term predictions yet, but how well do stains come out, plus how susceptible is this color to fading (or worse: yellowing)? Thank you!
I'm a car nut. I do all my maintenance/repairs on schedule, detail once a week and deep detail quarterly. I keep my vehicles maintained and clean well above and beyond most people...not afraid to admit I might be OCD about it. ? That said, my civic has a tan interiot and I will NEVER AGAIN own a vehicle with a tan interior unless I'd be the ONLY person ever to enter it. My boys bring mud/clay, sand, dirty soccer equipment, food, candy/juice/sticky stuff (which I don't allow and somehow it still ends up in the Atlas), and general kid nastiness into the Atlas on a DAILY basis. I have the second row seat protector and am thankful daily for it. However, it doesn't protect the floors, doors, pillars, seatbacks, headrests, and headliner...which have all ended up with something nasty on them at some point.
Do. Not. Get. A. Tan. Interior. With. Children....ever.