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My wife complained about the handling on snowy roads and how she couldnt even keep up with normal traffic because it felt like it was going to spin out. I thought she was crazy so I took it out and drove it. I went thru every mode and was almost afraid to drive it.
I even notice in the summer if you hit a rough patch on the road or highway, it tries to skip sideways like hitting washboards on a gravel road.
Im glad its not just me having this issue but am curious why it does it. It is kinda dangerous.
 

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My wife complained about the handling on snowy roads and how she couldnt even keep up with normal traffic because it felt like it was going to spin out. I thought she was crazy so I took it out and drove it. I went thru every mode and was almost afraid to drive it.
I even notice in the summer if you hit a rough patch on the road or highway, it tries to skip sideways like hitting washboards on a gravel road.
Im glad its not just me having this issue but am curious why it does it. It is kinda dangerous.
I don't have any problems with my 2019 premier with all season 20 inch tires. I love it
 

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My wife complained about the handling on snowy roads and how she couldnt even keep up with normal traffic because it felt like it was going to spin out. I thought she was crazy so I took it out and drove it. I went thru every mode and was almost afraid to drive it.
I even notice in the summer if you hit a rough patch on the road or highway, it tries to skip sideways like hitting washboards on a gravel road.
Im glad its not just me having this issue but am curious why it does it. It is kinda dangerous.
Sounds like a brake issue.
 
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