We purchased a 2018 Murano SV with 6,000 miles on it. It was basically brand new. We now have about 10,000 miles on it. Since we got it, there is something that has been bothering me: If I'm traveling at highway speeds and hit a decent bump, I notice that the front end shifts a bit to the side. Just a bit of a "wobble" to the side when I hit a bump. The steering feels tight, and the sensation I feel isn't drastic. It's just a slight feel in the handling. I asked the dealer about it when I had the oil change and they said "it's probably just the tires". I really question that. Should I be feeling any type of "slop" when I hit a bump? My 2nd vehicle is a Honda Ridgeline with 170,000 miles on it, and I think it takes a bump better than the Murano!