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At 9000 miles my$ 60,000. car starting riding with a very annoying tire noise,it sounded like a Truck driving down the road. This after only 9000 miles on it . The inside of all 4 tires were worn out. After getting 4 new tires @ 15000 miles, I had to replace them again @ 28,000 for the second time . I am currently in the process of replacing them again @46,000 miles. The car has been riding with this annoying noise for over 8,000 miles. I asked a local tire store how many miles that you can expect from these tire and he said you should get 30,000 miles from these tires not 9,000 to 15,000 miles.
- Patrick M.,
Somerset, NJ, USA
the dealer said that the car was built with negative camber and negative camber puts more wear on tires. He would try to replace tires to get a neutral camber but he couldn't guarantee that it wouldn't happen again. And he didn't say anything about what he would do if it did happen again. A road car should not be built with negative camber... race cars are built with negative tires.
- Vicky K.,
Elkhart, IN, USA
Dealer claims that tires need to be replaced every 12,000. I was "lucky" getting 14,760 miles on my tires. Replacement cost was $2,153.47 which equates to 18 cents per mile. Special tires not available from any other source. Issue never mentioned when I bought the car.
- Tom B.,
North Hampton, NH, USA