Thanks for the welcome guys. I took it to my mech today and after the test drive he put it up on a lift and inspected the drive axles and found them to be tight, not leaking grease, etc. He said they looked great. He then moved the tires back saying that the alignment shop rotated them wrong. I do know I have an issue with the tires as there's one that has a bit of cupping on it, nothing major but I suspect it could cause a vibration at high speeds. The weird thing is that it's only between 65-70mph and only on acceleration. When you let off the gas it goes away. It would seem to me it would still be noticeable but what do I know.
Anyhow, the next step is to just replace the axles, then get new tires all around. I seriously like this car. I just want this issue to be resolved. I bought it for my daughter who's in college and I don't want to have to worry about her being plagued with issues when I'm overseas for 5 years.
The only photos I have so far are the ones I took when I was at the car lot to show my daughter. It's very clean. Not sure what you'd call the purple/blue metallic paint but it's not bad.
I have some of the interior and back as well but they come out sideways when I upload them. I'll get some more photos when I get it back from the shop today.
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2010 Vibe Base, 2.4L VVT-i 16V