My experience ( Two 2021s LE/XLE) is you’ll be lucky to get 25K. I BARELY got 25K on my XLE, the LE is looking shakey at 16K.'22 sienna 17" Yokohama at 16k miles with 70% highway use looks about half to slightly over half worn. Mine look like i can maybe get 25k out of them
Have the Falkens and wearing well.Mine came with Firestones. Not sure if that's good or bad LOL but I've got 44,500 miles and the front tires are 3/32nds and the rears are 2/32nds. Gonna have to put tires on this thing in February or March. Falkens any better anyone?
Falken as a brand are racing tires. I put a set on a (then) 20 year old accord I had years ago and that car was completely transformed. I was hoping for Falken tires on my Sienna because I've had nothing but bad luck with Firestone tires. At 40k the dealership refused to rotate them because of wear and an "unrepairable" puncture. Bought a kit off Amazon and plugged it myself. 😏 I'd have bought tires from them if they didn't want $1200 for the set. Anyways, money's tight at the first of the year for me so to save some cash I may just throw the OE Falkens on it to get by, as those are among the cheapest options.Have the Falkens and wearing well.
Had tire jealousy when saw what other trims came with but Falkens have been very good and surprisingly good in winter conditions. Think they are best of the bunch among the different tires that come with Sienna.
Treadwear has been even and good wearing especially since 75% of our mileage is highway; some of it in 100+ F temps.
IMHO think can easily get 40k+ miles.
More then likely will replace with all weather tires when down to 5-6/32".