I think you are missing the safety aspect of it. It’s not just about the warranty. You are gambling your life. Imagine getting a blown tire at freeway speed.my thoughts are, for 575 bucks and a 40k mile warranty, these could be worth the gamble, if they do *sugar* out at 10k miles, (like even the most expensive tires do on turbines) I simply get them swapped out for brand new ones under the 40k mile warranty and they will pay for themselves
Load rating and speed rating is identical on those cheapos to my stock tiresTires connect your car to the road, good tires will save your butt in unforeseen circumstances cheep tires will take longer to stop, handle worse in rain ice or show and, be harder to control during an emergency avoidance maneuver.
Yes you can save a few $$$ but does it make sense? Obviously you can’t predict when you will need your tires. Tires are one of those things you would rather have and not need, then need and not have. If your lucky that loss of control in an emergency will only cause an accident or property damage, at the worst it can cause death and or dismemberment of yourself or others which is definitely not something I’d want to live with over the small price of a good tire.
PS I’ve seen tire discussions on here before and on top of everything else mentioned above usually these low priced tires don’t meet the load rating required for a Tesla just adding another item to the list, the risk of a blowout...
That was just a bonus point it still fails all other criteria,Load rating and speed rating is identical on those cheapos to my stock tires