aqn wrote:If it's easily reproducible, I would propose taking it to the dealer.
There are many things that could cause this symptom, mostly centering around looseness, wear, misalignment, etc. of front suspension or driveshaft assemblies.
Have the dealer inspect it. The only clunks I have heard in our car under those conditions have been from the cans of soup rolling around in the glovebox, backseat, or trunk that my wife gives away to the homeless panhandlers at street corners.
La Jolla, CAPlowshare Media
2011 SLe #1317 del. 4/1/11
1st bar lost at 31,953 miles
2nd bar lost at 38,685 miles
3rd bar lost at 50,711 miles
4th bar lost at 59,758 miles after 64 months
Battery replaced at 61,307 miles.