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If this is a new vehicle to you someone may have put the wrong gear in one end of the vehicle. Also check tire and rims that must be the same front and rear or the travel per revolution of each axle must be the same. Go to discounttire,com and use their tools to find the circumference of the tires.
Could be your u- joint.Here's a link,if this is not it,let me know and we will keep looking,I have a 85 Nissan 4x4 and had to replace both parts that hold the u- joint,kept vibrating and had loss of power,was making a noise that was hard to pin point.
The proplem with your car is the propellr shaft universal joint and possibly the rear wheel bearing. Get the mechanic to help you check your propeller universal joint and your rea wheel bearing. A defective propeller universal joint is very risky and if it pulls, this might cause fatal accident. I wish you the best.