Life of stock tires

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    Samir Muranjan
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    What is the expected life span of the stock tires? I am just over 13k miles and seem to be at a point where the I want to consider changing them in the next 6 months which just seems a pretty low mileage considering I do not have the performance model. I have the regular M3 DM.

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    TeslaKen
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    Lots of factors go into tire life, the tread design, tread compound, size of tire, inflation, alignment of the suspension, driving style, weather, road conditions, etc. etc. I’ve gotten decent wear out of my winter tires for my Model 3, now having gone through 3 winters with them and more than 20,000 miles. The Pilot Sport 4’s don’t last as long, they are a softer tread compound and the Tesla is a heavy car so those may only last 15K tops before needing to be changed. A normal all season tire on a regular Model 3 ought to be able to get 20,000 miles maybe more under the right conditions.

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