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    How many miles before you replaced your original tires?

    Hi all,

    My 2016 GT AWD is just past 30k miles and I was wondering how many miles did you get out of your original set of tires? I'm assuming I should get about another 10k, but wasn't sure if you could go further.

    Bonus points if you have 19" rims and AWD for comparison purposes.

    Thanks!

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    19 AWD. My oem Toyos are toast at 20k miles. Just under 4/32 all around. Trying to make it till its time to mount the Blizzaks. Will replace in the spring.

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    Different stock tires on mine (2014 Touring AWD) which had the 17" Yokohamas. They had to go at 18.5k miles due to developing sidewall bubbles, but their wear wasn't great either.

    Neither the Yokohamas or the Toyos are long lasting tires at UTQG ratings of 280 BA and 300 AA respectively.

    As for whether or not you can keep going, just get a tire gauge or penny and see what your tread is at.

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    My Toyos made it to about 35k. I consider this decent for an OEM tire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulZooms View Post
    19* AWD. My oem Toyo*s are toast at 20k miles. Just under 4/32 all around. Trying to make it till it*s time to mount the Blizzaks. Will replace in the spring.
    There is someone on the tire section who got $240 to be used towards a new set of tires. His wear was about same as yours. You can check with Mazda and Toyo.
    Yokohama on the other hand has 0 miles warranty. If you roll off the dealer and measure the tires next day and it reads 4/32 - they are going to politely ask you to bugger off.
    I am replacing the shit Yokohama Tires at 23K miles. In rain at this point - they are awful and unstable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulZooms View Post
    19* AWD. My oem Toyo*s are toast at 20k miles. Just under 4/32 all around. Trying to make it till it*s time to mount the Blizzaks. Will replace in the spring.
    Wow that is crazy fast. Any special driving conditions that made them wear so fast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcticshade View Post
    Wow that is crazy fast. Any special driving conditions that made them wear so fast?
    It's not "crazy fast". It's pretty normal for these type of stock tires that are not rated for high mileage wear.

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    Out of 3 sets of the 17" OEM tires, 26k-34k is my range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcticshade View Post
    Wow that is crazy fast. Any special driving conditions that made them wear so fast?
    Probably half those miles are road trip or freeway driving, much at 75-85 mph. I do punch it on launch, but never burn rubber. Cant remember any emergency stops/skids. So, no, normal metro driving for the most part. Just crappy OEM tires I guess.

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    Arrow How many miles before you replaced your original tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulZooms View Post
    Probably half those miles are road trip or freeway driving, much at 75-85 mph. I do punch it on launch, but never burn rubber. Can*t remember any emergency stops/skids. So, no, normal metro driving for the most part. Just crappy OEM tires I guess.
    With "300 A A" UTQG, our OE Toyo A23 225/55R19 99V tires should last about 30,000 miles. At 4/32" tread right now mine have 28,000 miles on them.

    Like Kaps said, you should call Toyo directly complaining about your situation. You may get "goodwill" credit from Toyo like SBMongoos did earlier. $61.xx credit per tire for any tire purchase is an excellent deal. Don't waste your time and call Mazda North American Operations as OE tires are warranted by tire manufacture directly. And there's no mileage warranty on OE Toyo tires, but if you are lucky enough and talk to a right person (hopefully not Debbie) she or he may give you goodwill credit for your early wear-out on your Toyo tires.

    Quote Originally Posted by SBMongoos View Post
    The tires that came on my 2016.5 CX-5 GT, I'm told, are at 4/32. I drove off the lot on 10/31/16. The odometer recently hit 19k. These are the Toyo A23 I believe. I prefer Discount Tire based on location to my home and they always give me the best price (been doing business with them about three decades). I pinged Mazda out of curiosity about the warranty of the A23s and they had me ping Toyo. Toyo called Discount to confirm the 4/32 and the mileage. Discount now says that Toyo is offering me 35% off and I can use that on whatever I want.
    Quote Originally Posted by SBMongoos View Post
    I just swung by DT. I'm getting a $61.x per tire credit from Toyo and they already have it in the system and saved with some tires (we can change to whatever tire I choose). But the more miles I put on the more that credit will be impacted.
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    How many miles before you replaced your original tires?

    Quote Originally Posted by Arcticshade View Post
    Hi all,

    My 2016 GT AWD is just past 30k miles and I was wondering how many miles did you get out of your original set of tires? I'm assuming I should get about another 10k, but wasn't sure if you could go further.

    Bonus points if you have 19" rims and AWD for comparison purposes.

    Thanks!
    Recently Ive replaced all my CX-5s before new tires were needed. [emoji23]
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    2016 GT AWD 19". Stock Toyos were down to 3/32 at 25000 miles. Replaced them with Michelin Premier LTXs

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    Mine did not make it to 24 months, crapping out around 18K. I do, however, have a heavy foot.

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    Maybe Texas roads are easier on tires :P They do the official wear testing out in the western part of the state after all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by boandlkramer View Post
    Recently I*ve replaced all my CX-5s before new tires were needed. [emoji23]
    So I assume you will be getting a new one in 2019 or 2020?

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