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I work out of my vehicle. Replaced the tires 1 year later. I highly reccomend the TOYO Proxes ST. They are less than the OEM Kumho Kinetic that came from the factory. They have a ton more grip, and I could not get my RS to drift at all in fresh 3 inches of snow in AWD and no traction control. Better fuel economy as well!

I have to say I have had zero uses with this car having this many miles on it already.
 

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DAMN look at those miles. Glad to see you have been trouble free. We are at 30k at around 22 months of ownership.
 

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Only worry I have about these is how they will fair in 7-10 plus years. We will have junk like older model Kia cars or ones that hold up for miles and miles.
 

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I work out of my vehicle. Replaced the tires 1 year later. I highly reccomend the TOYO Proxes ST. They are less than the OEM Kumho Kinetic that came from the factory. They have a ton more grip, and I could not get my RS to drift at all in fresh 3 inches of snow in AWD and no traction control. Better fuel economy as well!

I have to say I have had zero uses with this car having this many miles on it already.
Thanks for the tire info, I've been hoping that by the time I need to replace mine you million mile guys will have a lot of info to help with my decision. Interestingly, on my LT I have Continentals as factory tires rather than Kumho. So far, the Conti's haven't been bad in the winter (with AWD) but haven't been anything special so I'll likely try something else when the time comes.
 

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I may have the lowest mileage on the forum. I drove my LT AWD off of the lot on January 5th, 2021 and literally passed 5,000 miles yesterday. :) I work from home and have yet to take a long trip because my sibs are in the NY/NJ area and they've been under restrictions. :)
 

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We purchased our 2022 Active in April and we have over 5,000 miles. At first were getting about 26-27 MPG but our last two long distant trips (12 hrs round trip) we got 30-31 MPG.

We fill up the tank and log the mileage.At the next fill up we divide how many miles we went by how many gallons we purchased to fill it full again. To me that is your true gas mileage.

We really love our TB. We have named her Blanca. I have a few things Im not fond of, the Android system constatnly competes when two phones are in the car, you cant use your phone GPS while it is hooked up to the car, last but not least is the road noise. This car is really loud inside when the road isnt smooth. Im sure we will figure out how to use the GPS and the road noise is fine by me when we are getting 30+ MPG!!
 
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