In my experience, OEM tires are of less quality than their supposed same brand and model equivalent, purchased later.
I disagree. If buying the same brand and model from after market sources, the aftermarket tires typically wear much better, and come with a warranty. Often, the OEM tires do not. That's been my experience, and anecdotal reports on the Chevy Bolt (and other) forum shows that many other drivers have experienced the same.OEM tires are low quality due to the LRR and ECO design.
My 2018 has 36K miles and the OEM tires are in need of replacement even after 3 rotations.
I am getting a set of run flat tires (RFT) to avoid the spare tire issue.
Same brand and model as my BMW RFT:
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Fixed your statement.OEM tires are low quality