Paaji- any good brand tire (Yoko, Michelin) with good driving skills and timely balance and alignment will last that long.
I sold my Duster at 48K Km's and that time tires still had 40% life left and those were Bridgestone.
OP- Sorry for hijacking the thread.
I am off the opinion that Alignment in Duster should not be disturbed. Had I known this, I would not have touched it.
Most of the pre-mature tyre wearouts are due to Non-calibrated Alignment machine. The Caster and Camber readings needs to be checked. I say upfront to Alignment center is Caster and Camber are not per my expectations, I will not pay for Alignemtn charges!
Also, when you get your car aligment done next; please check out the values of Camber and Caster. I am curious how the values in North America gets reflected.
Once car was put on machine, checked Camber, Caster and Toe. Values were fine, no settings done. Still I paid for Wheel alignment in full. As with the machine only I was able to arrive at this decision!
If camber and caster is not correct to my expectation, Shop to get machine calibrated and then Alignment money will be paid.
I am not getting time to pursue on a topic. When car is dispatched by the Manufacturer, we need to get a Report to know the Front Camber, Caster; Rear Camber, Caster and Toe reading. We need to know the limits too.
I am NOW convinced tyre wear out is more due to wrong setting in Alignment machine than Indian Roads.