That is odd... My dealer rotated the tires front to back during the 20k service.I had my 2016 Discovery services twice at the dealer with a tire rotation. After the second time, I realized the front wheels remain front then I asked them if they did the rotation. They told me that they already did and explained that Land Rover just rotate side to side, and also told me that the front tires are worn out. It doesn't make sense to me, and I'm going to bring the rear to front myself. Can anyone here confirm me that Land Rover just rotate tires side to side. Your input is really appreciated.
Thanks for your information.The car is FRONT WHEEL DRIVE so it's natural that the fronts wear out a little faster than the rear.
When accelerating, the power is shifted to the rear (turn on your 4x4i to see this action).
You should rotate your non directional tires in a X pattern for the best wear.
If you have directional tires, then rotate front to rear.