Originally Posted by ColdCase
The NAPA leather is softer and more flexible (sheepskin) than the base. The seats are more comfortable, but worth the $$ is subjective. The NAPA is perforated for cooling, dunno about the base leather.
The Nappa leather is worlds better than the base leather. Overlands all have leather dashes and door tops, the Summit has it in the saddle color, the Overland has it in black.
The only complaint I have with my Overland's leather is that the center console is not the same Nappa leather and doesn't feel as nice and high quality as the seats. That is compounded by the fact that its what you touch with your hands more.