I just purchased a new set of tires for my 2014. That does not sound bad until one realizes that the original tires only had approximately 12,600 miles on them. They were VERY noisy and made a thumping sound that changed with the speed of the vehicle. As I stated in another thread I was fairly certain that it was a bad wheel bearing or, rotor, or something else. It turned out to be the tires. Not only were they "cupping" which caused the thumping sound and general noise; the tread was down to 3/32". At 2/32" they would not pass inspection here in Pennsylvania. So, since the car was just aligned and since Bridgestone was offering a $70 rebate in April, now was the time to change. I went with the Bridgestone Drive Guard run flats. I did this because the car is leased and I did not want to take the chance that there would be a problem when it came time to turn the car in. Otherwise, I would have purchased regular tires. I only have a few hundred mile on the new tires but there is a significant difference in noise and ride comfort. However, that it to be expected with any new set of tires. FYI, I contacted Pirelli regarding the original tires and as I suspected tire warranties are not worth the paper on which they are written. The problems are always due to something the owner did or did not do. I was even told that there is not mileage warranty on original equipment tires. Just for information purposes, you should know that I had the original tires rotated three times and I checked the pressure once a week or so. Still, Pirelli states the problem was mine. Never again will I purchase a Pirelli tire. I am curious as to the experience others may be having regarding these tires.