Well, after suffering a puncture earlier in the week and the fiasco to get the car to a garage without using the repair kit as there is no spare wheel - I now have a car that wants to change lanes on its own at motorway speeds.Driving up the motorway today I commented on how I could feel the car pulling to the left and to show my point I relaxed my grip on the wheel. To my horror the car almost went into the hard shoulder lane. So I moved into the outside land and tried again - once again carefully relaxing my grip on the wheel and the car moved into the inside lane as if I had intentionally wanted to change lanes.I pulled off the road at Scotch Corner to inspect the wheels in case of anything obvious but, all nuts were tight and everything looked OK.To compound this once back on the motorway I pushed it along a bit more than the 60-65 MPH I had been doing and there is noticeable vibration from the front end when cruising at 75 - 80 mph.To say I am not pleased is an under statement and I will be contacting the dealer first thing tomorrow morning. I expected better than this from a prestige car, even my wife's little Ford sits solid as a rock on the motorway and has not had a thing go wrong with it since bought new two years ago, begining to regret not going for the Rover Evoque - disgruntled! you bet.