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My tires started wearing out at 12,000 miles and a check with the dealer and other places indicated that "all" new car tires wear out around 20,000 miles. I don't know whether that is true or not but mine will not make it to 20,000 with regular around town and highway driving. What a crock...and neither Toyota or Bridgestone warrentys the tires. Great car but come on Toyota, put some decent tires on your cars!Report it
I had a 1996 Honda Civic Coupe, and I put 90,000 miles on three different brands of tires. Yes, I traded it with 273,000 miles on it, and it still had the original clutch. $12,080 new.Report it
Michelin Energy MXV4 came on my 07 and 10, no issues at 30k miles, still good for another 10+Report it
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