With a little over 16K on the clock, it was discovered by the local Discount Tire of TX, Midlothian,TX store when I had the OE tires replaced with Pirelli EMT's. The factory wheels had been mounted at the port incorrectly. Rears were on the front and vice-a-versa. Sadly, the dealership never caught it either when the car was in for the free oil change & side to side wheel rotations. Said person is not an SAE certified tech. With only .25 in difference from the centerline of the wheel cross section I can see how this can happen quite easily. The POE installers are not highly paid to start with and paid by piece rate no less. Duh ! Also, get the factory alignment checked. It is covered. With the aforementioned resolved, the car is like a whole different experience. Fantastic wet/dry handling. Quieter cabin experience. Best, it no longer tries to track on those awful so called anti-skid rain grooves the highway dept likes to use. Port QC needs to step up its game IMHO.