ThanksThat’s common for OEM tires. I learned from my last Honda dealer that stock tires are softer compounds, supposedly to enhance the ride during test drives. I learned that when I wondered why replacement Bridgestone tires from the dealer had no mileage warranty (and were cheaper) whereas the same tire from the Bridgestone dealer had a warranty (and were more expensive).
I replaced my Falken Ziex after about 15k. Admittedly it was premature and I might have gotten 18k, but I wanted to go ahead and get the Falken trail tires, which I’m very happy with. Check my other post about them for pictures.