take it back to the dealership. I'm sure you have a warranty to get it adjusted
no big deal, this is very common and is why Honda offers you 1 free alignment the first 12 months/12,000 miles. I’d wait until yours trusts and springs settle in before you use you’re free alignment.I recently bought a 2022 Honda Civic sport and after driving about a few hundred miles I noticed the steering wheel didn’t feel centered as I owned a 2020 model prior. The steering wheel feels like it’s more canted to the right slightly. I took it in for an alignment and the guy just drove it through the Hunter quick alignment and said it didn’t have any issues. Which would lead me to believe maybe the steering wheel isn’t centered. I checked the PDI and it shows the technican at delivery checked that the steering wheel was centered. Anybody have any suggestions? I would like to atleast get an idea and see if anybody else has had this problem?
You don't have to deal with it! Please, file a complaint with the nhtsa. There is absolutely no reason to have to accept it when you're dropping 30k on a civic.Saw this thread after experiencing the same exact issue with my hb sport touring. I took it into my local dealership and they ended up telling me not to worry about it and that the roads have a natural slant (even though it’s off center no matter where I drive). Took it into the dealership where I bought the vehicle and did a road test with the foreman and he acknowledged that it was off and suspected the front toe. They proceeded to do an alignment and unfortunately the steering wheel is still off. I almost feel a bit crazy to insist that something is wrong (first ever car that I’m purchasing on my own). But at this point, I’ve just accepted that I’ll have to deal with it.