Honistly I am a little tire shy at the moment, When I got my Mazda 6 they swore up and down it had awesome tires on it.
Well a few months ago before I got the Compass, I was rounding a turn and hit a spot of water where some water sprinklers were going and I went right up the curve, and I hit the curb hard. And I could tell right away I messed something up.
Anyway as soon as I got home I looked at the tires and undercarrage, didn't see anything wrong with the undercarrage by eye, but I noticed the front wheels were way more worn than the back wheels, and that made me a little pissed cause Mazda said with each oil change they rotated the tires.
Another thing that upset me was they promised a warranty on the tires, and when I took it in, they said because the tires were so worn that the warranty didn't apply (checked the warranty and yep, if tire ware was too bad it didn't fall in to the warranty)
So I went and got a new set of tires, and the car still was still handling sloppy, I feel kind of bad cause I traded in a car that I knew was messed up, but yet again I paid some bucks on getting a new set of tires for it.
Anyway that being said, I had just a little over 19K miles on my Mazda and even if they were not rotating the tires the way they said , the front tires should have not been so worn so bad. At least I wouldn't think so when they sold me the car and said the tires where rated for 60K miles.
Anyway that lession being learned the hard way, I am going to make sure when I get my Jeep serviced, that they let me watch what they are doing and pay better attention and make sure they actually do the tire rotations.
You know I use to really like the service Mazda gave me, but now that I think about it, I now wonder why they gave me a rental for the day while I was getting a oil change done... hmmmmm