Tire Wear and Cupping on 2007 Hyundai...
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Shenzhen, China

#149 Sep 30, 2013
The country which is garbage produce complete and utter garbage.
Hyundai just like this.

Hurst, TX

#150 Oct 21, 2013
I too have a problem with excessive wear on the inside edge. I think I'm going to get the camber bolts suggest above once I swap out my tires. I went with a +1 tire size so I can go with Michelin LTX M/S (great tires btw): OEM - 235/60/18R to 245/60/18R. No issue other than the inside wear and a shorter life span (due to the harsh concrete road and hot temps we have here in Texas)

Hurst, TX

#151 Oct 21, 2013
obd2life wrote:
The country which is garbage produce complete and utter garbage.
Hyundai just like this.

nuff said

Chesapeake, OH

#152 Nov 21, 2013
I have a 2007 Santafe and it is still rocking and rolling at 98K miles! I changed the tires at around 40-50k and now am looking to replace them again. I do remember having an alignment issue back when I replaced the tires the first time but haven't had an issue since.

Baxley, GA

#153 Feb 27, 2014
I replaced the tires on my 2009 at 40000 but should have done it 20000 miles ago because the tires were cupped. Now there is a popping in the front. Has anyone else had this problem?

Monroe Township, NJ

#154 Mar 16, 2014
Well obviously Hyundai didn't care enough to fix problem...I have a 2010 Santa fe and low mikes at 38000 I am in the same situation. I can't believe I need to replace tires already. I too called bridgestone and like previous post they stated it was where I drive. Thanks for all info.

Richmond, VA

#155 May 4, 2014
We have both a 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe as well as a 2009. Love the vehicles, but have tire cupping issues with the 07 and the inside wear issue with the front tire on the 09. We recently replaced the original noisy Bridgestones on the 09 with Michelin Latitude Tour 16 inch tires. The originals did make it 49,000 miles. So far, these Michelins are wonderful - smooth ride and quiet. My sister has a 2009 Tucson which also seems to eat rear tires, especially the left rear. The only options seem to be (as someone has already stated) are to rotate often (we do it every 5000 miles) or get rid of the vehicle. There clearly is a problem with these vehicles, though, and Hyundai should stand up to it.

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