Yes, 56000 kms! These came as standard on my car and they still looked good when I took them off.
I bought another set of the exact same tyres when it came time to replace, but was disappointed when one developed a hernia in the sidewall @ 12000 kms...but the tyre dealer was awesome an replaced it straight away!
I'm just swapping the remaining two tyres (one still on the spare) after a further 44,000 kms (mainly on the front). Considering how long they last, how well they grip in all conditions, I've been very impressed.
Excellent handling and steering response. Much quieter than the OEM tyres and seem to handle much better. Even in highway speeds, it is quiet and has maintained a good balance for these first 3000 kms.
Two long (NSW) road trips provided a good opportunity to assess the handling, noise, even through rain. I don't know how it handles through ice and snow; fortunately, most of our severe weather is not as common as in the north and northeast.
Overall, I am very pleased with this tyre, relatively low cost compared to OEM, as I plan to keep Michelins on it as long as possible.
These tyres came with the car, and are standard equipment for the 525i w/sport package. The car handles incredibly well with these tyres, in both dry and wet conditions.
The cornering limits for the tyre are very high, and the short sidewalls provide very quick response to steering.The tyres began making noise, and it increased over several weeks time.
I took the car to the dealer for an alignment, and found that the front alignment was off quite a bit, causing irregular wear on the tyres, and an increase in noise.
I rotated the tyres to the rear, and the noise level decreased back to near-normal levels.I believe that these are excellent tyres, and require proper tyre inflation, rotation, and alignment, in order to deliver excellent service throughout their lifetime.