Leather should be durable so long as it is maintained. You have to clean it and condition it with quality products. I do mine about every 6 months.
This is the interior of my 2002 convertible, bought new, regularly exposed to the sun, but detailed at least twice a year. No fading, jeans bleed, or cracking. This picture was taken in September after a thorough detail on the tenth anniversary of its delivery. It still looks new:
And the more typical five year old interior for my mostly daily driver. Also detailed regularly (maybe 3 or 4 times a year) with no cracking or fading.
If the leather is good to start with and you treat it with love, it should be durable and even get better and softer with age.