I have a 2012 Dodge Durango which was originally equipped with these tires. My Durango has 35,130 miles on it and the tread on the tires is gone. By comparison I also own a 2012 Ford Edge, purchased in the same month, with Hankook tires. That car has 48,500 miles and the Hankook tires have plenty of life left on them. Very disappointed with the longevity of my Michelin tires.
Not even 10000 km on this set of tires and can only compare to the factory junk installed at purchase. All I can say is I travel a lot on gravel roads and 130+km/hr was not possible until now. The Rango handles like it is on rails and sticks in the rain at speed and haven't yet experienced any hydroplaning. My wife can not believe how solid it feels now and lost the feeling of being on roller bearings when traveling on the grid roads. Snow hasn't flown yet so I don't know and won't find out as I have Pirelli Winter Carving Edge fully studded on order.
I have a 2012 Dodge Durango and they came standard on the Durango and i purchased the Durango with 50,000 miles on it and just replaced the tires at 72,000. So got alot more than the 65,000 miles they were quoted to be. I also live in Minnesota and the tires are great in the snow love the smooth quite ride. Will purchase them again