Interesting. Maybe it wasn't stretched right or a seam loosened.
To be honest, I like the leatherette option on the Touring better than the all leather. The suede cloth sits tighter, doesn't slide and is warmer when you first sit. Plus it looks better with the 2 different materials. That's just me.
Take it to the dealer and see what they say. Do it fast since material warranties are limited, I believe 6 months.
If you don't mind me asking, are you heavy or regular build?
As puffy as the photo (uhm)I have the parchment leather and when I got my 2017 brand new my seat liked the same. It’s a little “saggy”, or “puffy” in the but seat area but it’s normal for this car. I imagine they designed this car seat this way for it to hold up to stretching better/fabric stress. Other leather seats after years split and crease even if they are cared for properly because they are stretched incredibly tight. IMO
Didn’t we determine in a earlier discussion that the issue is with the cushion underneath the leather? It’s a environmentally friendly foam or something on that order.
Hmmmm, here's my 2014 GT driver's leather seat after 58,000 miles and 4-1/2 years. I'm the only driver and I weigh 200 pounds.
I say again, it is NOT an issue with models other than the KF - 2017 0n. This is mine;
I’ve applied virtually no pressure here;
The rear seat don’t offend me but they aren’t as “trim” as I would expect;