I have a 2011 Santa Fe SE and I can’t seem to get much more than 20K miles out of a set of quality tires rated at 3-4 times that. Is anyone else having this problem? My driving has been virtually all highway. I stay very close to the posted speed limit. I rotate and balance every 5,000 Miles. The alignment is checked at every rotation. I keep the air pressure within a couple of pounds of what is posted inside the driver’s door opening - 33 PSI. The tires wear very evenly, they just don’t last. The Kumhos that came on it lasted about 40K Miles. I actually expected less from the original tires. I went with a well rated Yokohama and got 14K Miles out of them and they were pro-rated and replaced under warranty. The next set lasted about 28K Miles. The odd thing is that my wife’s 2011 Santa Fe GLS had the same tires, she drives fast and breaks hard (and admits it) and she got 62K Miles out of the exact same tire. Obviously he’d wheels are smaller her tires have a different profile, but I wouldn’t expect that kind of difference. I just had to replace my Michelin Premier LTX 235/60-R18s at 25K Miles. They are 60K Mille rated and I’ve always exceeded the rates warranty with Michelin’s on other vehicles. Has anyone had a similar issue or can you offer any solution as to what might be behind this problem. The tire dealers are of no help. They just keep pro-rating and replacing under warranty. Sorry for the long post. Just trying to answer any questions up front.