@BatdogI wouldn’t worry about the bolster wear, completely normal if the previous owner wasn’t aware of abrasive wear.
My mk8 is on 11k and 2 years old and I have no wear but that is because I consciously exit and enter the vehicle without rubbing myself on it. And I also use Matte leather cream to keep the area hydrated.
no used car will be perfect as most people will never have the same care standards so lower expectations to accommodate this
Clean with detailing brush to remove any oily deposits using elbow grease(yellow spray bottle) then remove with microfibre.
I would recommend the Autobeam fog lights too, 🤙Well, the car is superb.
There was a tiny hole in the rear alcantara base, which has been repaired by an upholsterer, and he's done an amazing job, and the dealership are paying for that.
The little driver's seat scuff really is tiny, the pic made it look much worse, but that said, I've had it touched up and it looks as-new now.
The dealer also replaced the boot side carpet/boot floor as although the car is in lovely condition overall, I feel like he did a tip-run right before he sold it 😂
The rear boot lip was scuffed inside, which was hardly an issue, but I got a brand new one from eBay for 24 quid delivered so that's now sorted.
The only other issue was the drivers side side window seal has perished.
Went to Ford, and apparently it needs a whole pane of glass and seal, they can't just change the seal, but that's being done under warranty.
The car was serviced at 4k miles by the first owner, and is currently on 7700miles with some driving done by me of course.
Only changes to be done are Autobeam sequential mirror indicators, and a full interior and exterior detail w/5yr ceramic coating, mid-August which also includes an underside clean and lanoguard protection.
This!!Look fantastic! The side rear window rubbers seem to be a common problem on 3 doors, mine is fine but the car is hardly used and is kept in a garage but every few months i always put some Autoglym bumper and trim gel on them.