60k with my tyres and still ok for next year. I heard about max of 80k or 5-6 years.I have what they put on my car - probably All Seasons. I went out last night to see what brand they are but it was too dark. I think they are Bridgestone.
My main question - how many miles have the tires that came with your CRV lasted (assuming you are not switching them out in the winter).Coral, I think you need to determine what you want your tires to do for you.
By that I mean, if you need to drive in wintry conditions (and you don't run dedicated winter tires) you MAY want to change yours just so that you will have more 'bite' in wet or snowy conditions. It's safer. And, it's YOUR call.
Thanks - my OEMs with Toyota only lasted 3 years. I had put some Michelin's on after and got 6 years on them before I traded them in. You have far more miles than I do so there is hope! Thanks.60k with my tyres and still ok for next year. I heard about max of 80k or 5-6 years.
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I have a 2016 with Bridgestones on it. It has 35,000 miles and the treadwear remaining measures 5/32 per the dealer last week.I have what they put on my car - probably All Seasons. I went out last night to see what brand they are but it was too dark. I think they are Bridgestone.
The OEM Bridgestones on my 2016 came with 10/32s on them and the identical replacement have 11/32s. You can get the OEM with 10/32s but they cost more than the regular replacement tires.On my 2012 CRV AWD, I got about 29,000 out of the Bridgestones; went to Michelin Defenders and they lasted around 65,000 before I again got new Michelin Defenders.
OEM tires nowadays from Honda wear out quickly; on the older Accords the originals would go 50,000 miles