Dealership thinks they've done all they can. Took tires and wheels off another 90, 2 alignments, wheel balancing, etc. I just got a claim ticket today. I think it's the Continentals but they won't swap rubber-200 miles. We'll see. This will be a good test for Genesis corporate to prove they are "upscale".Ouch. Sorry to hear that. Is Genesis working to correct the problem?
I may be somewhat biased against Continentals because of poor past relations. It's probably in the front end geometry but will be interesting to see how upbrand Genesis handles it.Tire warranty? If it is not the front end, but the tires, can you argue they do not meet the requirements for a premium luxury fitment?
How much do you want? I go through tires like crazy. I live 3 miles from work, and have 5 roundabouts each way. With going home for lunch every day, I drive 12.4 miles, with 20 roundabouts.I pulled off the Continentals on my G90 at about 150 miles after hearing about all the blowouts people were experiencing here. My friend had one on his new G80 sport too.
I replaced them with Michelins as well but because I drive FL to CT and back I put on Michelin run flats. Cost $1400. Have a set of almost new Continentals if anyone is interested ;-)
There is one at the first dealer I checkedfunny, but there is a 2018 for sale in NJ (only 1 cargurus found NATIONWIDE!!!) and it lists a lemon law as a return for front end issues. Hard to believe only 1 2017/2018 ultimate for sale in the entire US?!
I may give up on this car.