Originally Posted by sideview
I don't get the law suit though. LR fixes it & replaces tires for free.
No, they don't. Some dealers do, but LR does not. And they prorate them. If your tires wear out after 12,000 miles, you are SOL. And if they are worn out at 12,000, well, hey, that's a real problem in my book!
It is ridiculous to expect to buy a new set of tires EVERY YEAR, but then, that's why they are called GOODforoneYEAR tires.
The problem is not strictly tire wear either, it's off camber tire wear (inside edge wear, cupping, etc... All classic signs of bad alignment, cause by...the bad bushings that are wearing prematurely.
It's weird. LR has done a really great job patching and fixing all the little nits that popped up on the early models, but why they let this one get to where it is just makes no sense.