Only things I can think of are that might explain the rapid wear:
1. you are an aggressive driver who accelerates hard, brakes hard at the last minute, takes corners near the limit of tire adhesion.
2. You drive on really rough surface roads that chew tires up.
3. You drive in heavy city traffic that requires constant braking/acceleration patterns that wear tires fast.
4. Tire pressure and/or wheel alignment are less than optimal.
For my part, I drive conservatively, which means easy acceleration, timing speed to catch the green light and generally avoid braking as much as possible, and cornering at reasonable speeds. 3 I have a pretty good amount of highway driving in the mix, which means less tire wear than city driving. Maybe your driving conditions are much different by necessity.
You might ask others in your area who have similar cars if they experience short tire life, i.e. is it you, your car, or unavoidable conditions that cause the problem.