I had these tires installed at 86,600 miles (60,000 warranty) in 2014, and regularly had the tires balanced and rotated, and had one alignment, driving in all season conditions. Now, April 2017/158,660 miles, tread still good (not yet to the tread wear bars in the main water channels). My previous tires were another brand, also 60,000 mile tires that I replaced after about 50,000 miles. I'm waiting for my regular dealer to have their rotating "special" to come back to the Michelin brand and off the "other" brand, so I can get another set of Michelin Premier A/S at about 165,000 miles, and I expect them to get me well into the low 220K's!
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