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Suzuki Vitara 2015 rear axle not straight and wearing out rear tyres after 12000 miles. Is this normal or a factor fault. Suzuki say this is within their parameters therefore admitting a fault.

should have been reported in the first year of warranty

look back for any recall on the rear axle or drive line
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no year wow,. nor 4wd options stated.
in what country, and what model Sierra, since 1981.?
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