I've got a 2014 Hyundai i30 GD Active Hatch, 1.6l diesel manual, just had the 15000km service done.
As part of the service I got a report from the dealer that the front alignment was 0 mm and 6 mm toe in at the rear. They indicated that the rear aligment was not ideal but that there was nothing they could do about it as there was no adjustment on the rear.
There has been a minor vibration problem since new that checks and aligments by the dealer and a tyre place have not improved. I am now wondering if this rear alignment issue may be the cause.
There are a couple of questions I'm hoping you can help me with:
Is there really no way to adjust the rear alignment on the current i30 ? (I thought this sounded very strange for a modern car)?
Is the 6mm toe in at the rear significant and would this be likely to cause vibration or uneven tyre wear?