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My 2016.5 Cruze is starting to have an issue as the temperature fluctuates more than 30-40 degrees outside. We've had a few days here where in the morning it's 25F, then by evening it's close to 65F. During these extreme variances, my car seems to be having an issue where when I get to a stop sign, right at the last 10-0MPH, it will bounce, almost as if I didn't shift properly in a manual transmission, except I've got an automatic. The bounce is noticeable enough to where my coffee cup splashes/spills in the cup holder.

Has anyone had this issue? Will take it into service, again, they are getting to know me quite well, but wanted to see if anyone else had already done so and what it may be, so when they come back and say they can't reproduce the problem, since it's only 30F outside, I can have some back up.

Car has 7000 miles on it, has been driven for about 9 months now.
 

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I'm not exactly sure where it's originating from, it's unexpected when it occurs, but when it does its enough to splash liquid out of half empty cup. I'm almost wondering if it's transmission related.

I don't think it's a suspension issue, I did however do the press test and see, nothing out of the normal.

I have wondered if a rotor or pad is out of spec, I'd be surprised if it is rotor related. My brakes typically last at least 80,000 miles before I turn them. That'd have to be a defect otherwise. I'd have assumed a new car would of had the brakes prepared for the long haul, and of course during the initial 2000 miles I also follow the advice outlined in the linked article regarding bedding. I'm also not a fan of bedding way after the fact.
 
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