1981 Porsche 911 Targa - 255 rear tires 235 fronts, Kumho MX tires with a tread wear rating of 180. I was lucky to get 10K miles out of the rears, 20K out of the front. Typically two sets of rears to one set of fronts.
1991 BMW 318i - 235 wide all around - same deal as above 2 sets of rears to to 1 set of fronts, since I do not rotate the tires all 4 get replaced every 30K miles, since it is a weekend car that happens infrequently.
2004 BMW 330i - 255 wide rear 235 wide front - ran performance summer tires on in (Florida) purchased with 75K miles on it, sold with 175K miles on it, in the 100K miles we drove it we went through 3 sets of tires all lasting about 30K each die to the performance rating.
2014 BMW i3 - 175 rear 155 front (lol so tiny) current mileage 72K miles - purchased with 25K miles, replaced all 4 at 50K miles with some life left in them. Now at 72K miles the rears could be replaced but still have life so we are pushing the limits.
2016 Toyota PriusV - Soulless commuter that sucks the life out of you when you drive it. I am unsure what size tires it has on it, I know it has over 50K miles on the mismatched POS tires Carmax tossed on it before I bought it 2 years ago. It is a fleet vehicle for my company, the tires still have life and I am changing them next month just so I do not have to think about it for 2 years and another 60+K miles.
2006 Toyota Tacoma 2WD standard pickup - again no idea what size tires because it is another soulless vehicle that just goes from A-B for my work duties - tires on it were put on almost 2 years ago and 50K miles, nearing end of life will contemplate replacing next year after I pass 60K miles on it.
2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser - 3" Lift 285 wide A/T tires never wear them out, typically get over 50K out of them and they dry rot before I can wear them out, great off road, on road? LOL!! Gas mileage? LOL 16 MPG on a good day.
Lesson learned? If you want a car that is a bore to drive and handles like a horse drawn buckboard - get a Toyota - problem free driving no soul.
Look at ze German cars, lots of camber = handling softer tires = grip. The camber is the tires killer, BMW dials it into all their cars, there is no getting around it.
I have not owned a German car yet that gets more then 30K miles out of a set of tires.
If this is your deal breaker.... may I suggest a Prius?