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I saw it here before but cant seem to find the original post, so I'm posting it again. Have your tire air pressure checked!! The previous post I saw said their car came from the dealer with 44lbs in each tire. I took my car in to a BigO today and it turned out I had 40lbs. Factory recommendation is 35lbs. so I had them adjusted all the way around and the car feels better. Not quite as harsh and the steering feels more firm and less "floaty" than before. Previoulsy it seemed like the car was all over the road and it was a challenge to just keep the car going straight. I figured it was due the hard compound of the "low rolling resistance tires" they use for better gas mileage along with the tread pattern that would cause the care to "tram-line". It turns out it was just over inflated. I've only had a chance to drive it around town since I had it adjusted, but it certainly feels better and a bit quieter too. Can't wait to get it on the freeway.
 

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QUOTE (Doc_V @ May 19 2010, 09:51 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=324509
I saw it here before but cant seem to find the original post, so I'm posting it again. Have your tire air pressure checked!! The previous post I saw said their car came from the dealer with 44lbs in each tire. I took my car in to a BigO today and it turned out I had 40lbs. Factory recommendation is 35lbs. so I had them adjusted all the way around and the car feels better. Not quite as harsh and the steering feels more firm and less "floaty" than before. Previoulsy it seemed like the car was all over the road and it was a challenge to just keep the car going straight. I figured it was due the hard compound of the "low rolling resistance tires" they use for better gas mileage along with the tread pattern that would cause the care to "tram-line". It turns out it was just over inflated. I've only had a chance to drive it around town since I had it adjusted, but it certainly feels better and a bit quieter too. Can't wait to get it on the freeway.
Well if you already read this before here, why would you start a new Thread? :whistling: This is common to many Automakers, and again

it is not like you didn't know this, and wanted to warn everyone. By the way it is on Page 2. Plus you can always use the 5G Search :innocent:
 

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QUOTE (MiamiLX @ May 20 2010, 12:07 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=324514
Well if you already read this before here, why would you start a new Thread? :whistling: This is common to many Automakers, and again

it is not like you didn't know this, and wanted to warn everyone. By the way it is on Page 2. Plus you can always use the 5G Search :innocent:
Can't this just die already?
 

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QUOTE (MiamiLX @ May 20 2010, 12:20 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=324521
No, this is important to know, especially if you are a first time New car buyer. Some here have had Tires with close to 50 PSI.

However to start a new thread, instead of adding your thoughts to the other Thread you read is wrong! :gitara:
That's what I meant. No need for new threads.
 

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QUOTE (MiamiLX @ May 20 2010, 01:20 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=324521
No, this is important to know, especially if you are a first time New car buyer. Some here have had Tires with close to 50 PSI.

However to start a new thread, instead of adding your thoughts to the other Thread you read is wrong! :gitara:

QUOTE (Proprioceptive @ May 20 2010, 01:25 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=324523
That's what I meant. No need for new threads.

Wow... I was just trying to help out by concurring with the OP in case anyone else did not know this... there are new people joining this page every day. I never understood people who had a hard-on for searches or the occasional multiple post. And for the record, I've owned *several* new cars and never had this issue so YES.. it is like I did not know. In fact it was one of the few things I did not like about the car. I have even had more than one passenger comment on it and I'm just glad it was such a simple fix. I thought it was just how the car was and I'd have to live with it. I'd seen the other post and hesitated to get it done because I thought it was likely a rare exception. I suppose I'm posting again in case there are any others like me who have been sitting on the fence or perhaps new comers who would not see the OP. Take a chill pill already. Some of us are just trying to help. Your welcome.
 

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I'd ask you to read the rules, but they are very vague. I mean come on man, it's not like you didn't make reference to a Thread

you read right here. Absolutely no need to start a Duplicate thread in this case. But do whatever you please. It clutters up the Board,

and just makes you look darn lazy, as well as really naive? :grin:
 
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