This weekend I took my car on it's first long distance trip. Went down to AC and towards the end of the trip closer to my destination, the Garden State Parkway speeds up. Everyone does about 80mph on average.
Where I live I don't take the car up to that speed but while doing this I noticed the car vibrates. The steering wheel, pedal and floor. Almost feels like like the car is doing 140mph and wind resistance is making the car vibrate. About 70mph and below I don't really feel it or notice it but if I do 80 I expect the car to be buttery smooth but I get that noticeable vibration.
Currently, the car has 1,200 miles on it. The alignment is fine as it drives straight. Pro Pilot assist was used often and didn't seem affected. Visually the steering wheel doesn't look like it's vibrating or shaking, but you feel it.
I'm thinking a high speed wheel balancing should fix it but the car only has 1,200 miles on it.
I'm planning on making an appointment. I have a wheel and tire plan when I got the car so if I need a new rim or tire (potholes) it should all be covered.
To those with a 2019 S60 or V60, is it buttery smooth around 80mph?