Update on my experience. Vehicle was like this since new. I complained about it at 11,000 km this summer (no icy conditions) and they said the wheel alignment tester said it's in spec. I told the dealership last week (17,000 km) that it must be a wheel alignment issue. First they had to replace the rear driveshaft (main reason I took it in), they did a wheel balance and wheel alignment (charged me for that) and said both were out. The vehicle stability was still shit! I took it back yesterday and told them I think the wheel alignment is still out. Today they told me they had a junior tech do the alignment and the alignment was still out. WTF! They re-did the wheel alignment and now it handled properly. So, it was the wheel alignment all along. I also noticed torque steer with this vehicle but they can't fix that without a different axle design.