My OEM tires were running out of tred after 35,000 miles. I have put 47,000 miles on these tires and it looks as though I will be getting another 10,000 miles which puts right with the 60,000 mile warranty. They hold the pavement really good in dry and wet conditions. Not the best in deep snow but any snow tire is not going to get you the performance I prefer in dry/wet conditions. I recommend rotating the tires every 8000-10,000 miles for even wear. You wont find a better tire...
I have a 2012 Ford Edge with 23000 miles on it and the "great" Pirelli Scorpion tires are wearing the centers out. Course Pirelli wont tread warranty on OEM tire. So much for a 65000 mile tread life. Tires rotated and air pressure checked regularly, and still wearing the middles out. Edges of tire are fine. Dont think I would ever put this or any Pirelli on a vehicle.
Just under 20k, tires look like they will need replaced within 5 months. Tires have been rotated every 5K miles. Had the same tire (different size) OEM on a 2006 Montego (AWD) they lasted for only 22K. They handle well in summer, don't think they are noisy, but not a good tire for light to moderate southwestern PA winters. I offered a 1/5 snow rating because the car is AWD, if it were 2WD tires would have to be changed for a winter tire. If they didn't come with the new car purchase I would not own them.
Pirelli Scorpion STR tires came on new 2012 Ford Edge. Have 30,000 miles and they are very, very loud. I can't understand why car manufacturers have to put junk tires on a $35,000 vehicle. Last 3 Fords and 1 Camry I have purchased have either had Pirelli or Continental Tires and they were all junk. Had to replace them all at 30,00 miles or less because of excessive noise.