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You need to try and localize the area the noise is coming from, engine area, underneath of car or in the rear. Does the noise happen when car is standing still and gas is pressed? This kind of noise could come from a worn wheel bearing or differential.
Most definately some bushing. Just check all of them, make sure all the bolts are tight. Jack the car up and get underneath it and start wiggling the suspension. Grab the wheel and shake it. Try to find the corner or side of the vehicle that the sound comes from.
mabey check out your transaxle underneath for looseness by trying to twist or wiggle it up down when its parked. nothing should move while its parked. since there no irregular wear on the tires you can cross off alignment parts underneath. does the transmission feel good switching gears? not an easy problem to solve