Originally Posted by jp467
Looks like from the graph the front toe should be 0.16deg to 0.04deg and mine is about 0.18 on both the front wheels which is just outside the ok zone. I am just surprised they wouldn't say anything to me about it and I am even more surprised they would even check it with an oil change. Another thing I just noticed is the sheet says its for wk2 11 to 13 and mine is a 14 so who knows if they made some changes to the specs for 2014.
Alignment should be the same as it is the same suspension setup... Not that abnormal for a little sag to set in after the first bit of driving (I mean suspension settle not sag in a bad way). It is good you ask about it as I agree with Jacko 100% that alignments are a yearly thing. Not only tires but you take unneeded stress off of other components. I always use the example that if your front wheels were slightly turned toward each other it would feel mostly fine and your tires would be gone in no time and that would be harsh on the tie rod ends driving down the highway. The other reason why I like to sit with the alignment guy (doesn't always work for everyone) is that he has his hands on all of those moving suspension components and sees trends and wear in the really serious stuff way early on.
But more to your situation, the toe has a fairly wide range and you are out by an extremely narrow percentage, normally the first alignment would happen getting closer to 15,000 miles. It is just something you can plan to do on the next visit. I find the alignment costs pretty cheap considering the front end guy is going to be looking way more closely at stuff than one of the other "inspections" they offer.