In September 2017 we bought a new S. There is about 13,300 miles on the car and original tires. I have been somewhat anal with the tires----never had been with any other car, but for some reason I have been with the Tesla. By anal, I mean I measure the pressure about 10 times a year as the temperatures change here in New England, and I have been adjusting the air pressure accordingly.
Today I was at the SC (again just fantastic service* was received at the Dedham, MA SC), and the technician told me I would probably make it thru the winter with the tires, and when I returned in a few months for my annual check-up, they could look at them again and maybe rotate them.
This got me thinking, what type of mileage should one expect with the OEM tires----with no aggressive driving from a stop; the normal utilization of the great performance these cars offer when merging onto the highway and switching lanes?
Being as anal as I have been, I was hoping to get 25k to 30K. If it much less, so be it---no complaints from me as I love the car so much; however, I am curious as to what is considered 'normal.'
* The service was just great. My trunk wouldn't close when either of the front windows were open (go figure). About two weeks ago I swung into the SC and 2-3 folks spent 15-20 minutes trying to figure it out. Appointment was made for today when they replaced the liftgate latch power relay and the cinching actuator and made some adjustments to things. I showed up 45 minute early, and they took the car in right away and finished before my scheduled start time. Initially, they didn't think the new parts fixed the problem and offered me several options (they would give me a loaner for the day; I could wait until a seasoned technician was free to work on it; I could make an appointment for next Wednesday, as I requested, and they would give me a loaner then). As we were finalizing a time for next Wednesday the newer technician approached us and said he made an adjustment to something---and the car was now fixed. Before they brought the car around I watched them in the repair area working on my car-------putting in windshield wiper fluid; checking the tire pressure and tires; checking out the frunk to ensure it opened and closed OK; etc., etc. They asked if I wanted it washed, and I declined as I have opti-coat on parts and Xpel on most of the car.
Made a note to myself to stop in next week with goodies from the bakery.