So I collected my brand new s60 last week and I realised that the car's alignment leans a little to the left. So I arranged to send it back to the SC for realignment and today I got the car horribly leaning to the right with the steering sitting crooked while going straight.
They took a full day to realign and try to fix the issue but it still isn't fixed.
My questions are :
1. Is this normal for a brand new car? Why would this happen other than a low build quality from Volvo?
2. Does this have anything to do with the drivetrain or software? Considering the new tech in our cars which controls the 4 wheels.
3. Shouldn't alignment issues be fixed in an hour or less? Could this be a bigger issue?