My Kia 2011 Optima that I've only had less than 2 years is wearing tires on the front at a fast pace. I noticed a drift to the right and took it in to the dealer and they said it needed a an alignment, so I got it. That was at only 15,000. I got it and still noticed the drift so I took it back and they told me nothing was wrong, so I let it go. Well it got to the point that I noticed my left tire was wearing very fast to the point it was now showing wire, so I took it back and they told me it need another alignment so I got it that didn't help. Now they tell me it needs tires at only 33,000 miles. I have had a Kia Optima before a 2006 and it didn't need tires until about 50,000 miles. They tell me that it's the tires that are coming on the new model that they are softer tires and will only last about 20,000 to about 30,000. Is anyone having this issue because I swear I didn't notice it until they messed with my front end. I can't afford tires every 20,000 miles if it's a front end problem, and really don't want to spend the money to put any one anyway if it's a issue with the car. So please tell me if anyone is out there having this problem and then maybe I can believe it's the tires. I'm thinking about replacing them with NexunN5000 when I do get some.