Did you get a printout of the alignment? If you did, please post the readings for caster, camber, and toe for each front wheel. Those are the three main alignment angles we look at for every vehicle.
Next, see what is shown for "steering axis inclination", (SAI). All alignment computers measure that automatically, but we rarely pay attention to it except when inspecting it for crash repair. No spec is given for SAI. What is important is it must be the same on both sides.
If the alignment appears to be okay, the next step would be to switch the two front wheels / tires side-to-side, then see if the pull goes the other way. If it does, the tires are suspect for having different rolling resistance. That may just be a characteristic of the tires, and not exactly a defect. That can show up right after a hard impact.
This pulling should have been noticed on the test-drive as part of the alignment. What did the mechanic say about it?
Monday, December 23rd, 2019 AT 6:16 PM