not saying this may be the problem, but check the air pressure...when I got my new 2022 the ride was pretty stiff and I noticed the tire pressure was reading a little over 50 psi and I figured the tire readers weren't right and there was no way the outside air temperature and the driving on the highway would cause the tire pressure go that high...the next morning before I drove it again I checked the air pressure with my tire gauge and sure enough they were 50 psi...I lowered them to 33psi and then drove the car and the instrument gauge then read the 33psi...because I live abojut 30+ miles from the dealer, I contacted my sales person and told her what I found and that I changed the pressure to 33psi and I told her that I was wondering if they were set to the psi from the factory thinking because the cars are on a auto carrier ship from Korea, that maybe because how they would be tied down pretty tight on the ship the extra air would be easier on the tire...she said she didn't know and she would pass it on to the service guys and I said that maybe if they checked the tire pressure maybe they have a bad gauge...over the years I went through a lot of pressure gauges and only had 2 that would read the same and were correct.Hello my 22 Limited picked up a nail that was plugged at dealer.
The dealer is always amazing with any repairs or any issues
the tech didn’t balance a tire maybe I don’t know
Only have 18,000 so I doubt if it’s front end
but I doubt that and suspect the balance is out, but it wouldn't hurt to check the tire pressure and I know years ago when mechanics would put a tire on the rim that they put a lot of psi in the tire to get it to set and then they would make sure the right pressure was in the tire...I haven't had a tire put onto a rim for a lot of years but I suspect they still do it as in the past.