Having wanted a Yeti for a few years, so far I love it. Have been pootling around town in it. Love all the bells and whistles, the simple yet solid, stylish interior, the all-round clear vision and the bags of room. However, today I ventured across country and the state of the roads leaves a lot to be desired. I actually felt I’d been thrown around in the passenger seat and liken it to being in a cement mixer! to be honest it was exceptionally uncomfortable and a bit alarming. There was so much movement side to side and up and down it was like being on a roller coaster. Pretty sure there’s no suspension! My skeleton feels as if it’s been given a right good shaking. (Driver was not Jason Button either!] Having been in other SUV’s owned by friends I’ve never experienced anything quite like this before. Is this normal? Am I just being too sensitive and should I just get used to being thrown around like this? (Hope not.) I’m wondering if I’ve bought the wrong car and already dreading long journeys to Scotland and Cornwall. Any advice/help or similar experiences welcome.