My Juke just hit 18K miles and the oem tires are shot (Goodyear RS-A). I rotated them every other oil change and kept up pressures. They were borderline to pass state inspection but did pass.
This is a common problem with this tire. My Neon came with those as well and I didn't get much more than 19 k out of them. Looking aroudn the internet this is a common OEM tire and many people are reporting similar wear issues.
They also suck in the rain (Can you say hydroplane - even when new) Plus they are noisy.
I contacted Goodyear to basically bitch about brand new tires on a new car not lasting a year/20k miles and they are sending me to a goodyear dealer tomorrow and are going to see about prorating a new set of tires...
Goodyear owns Kelly tires and the Kelly Charger GT is a great All season tire so I will probably be throwing a set of those on it.
Great wet/dry traction/ not too noisy and work very well in the snow. (Had a set on my civic). Tire life was great I got over 45k out of them. Plus they are pretty affordable.
A big thumbs up to the Juke's AWD system. Even with these shitty tires this car climbs snowy hills like some sort of mechanical goat.