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"Why are the tyres on my Nissan Qashqai wearing out to quickly?"

"Why are the tyres on my Nissan Qashqai wearing out to quickly?"

I have 19-inch wheels on my Nissan Qashqai. They came with the car when new, but are are wearing out very quickly. Can you suggest an alternative tyre that has an harder compound that will not wear out as fast?

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