According to the sales information on the Overland, leather is used on:
- seating surfaces
- door arm rests
- center arm rests
- dash pad.
Owning the vehicle for three months now I'm still fooled by the remainder of the "soft touch" surfaces, such as:
- lower portions of dash pad, upper portions of instrument panel
- upper door trim just below window
- seat sides
- head rests
- front of dash pad adjacent to the windshield.
Where does the real leather end and the vinyl ("plastic leather" or "pleather") begin?