Ha, I was wrong. It still persists. But I'm sure you already knew that.
It's possibly something related to the underside panels? They mentioned removing them to "re-torque the suspension components" and it went away for a day.
All I know today is that it never knocks while going straight, now it's just while turning right over slight bumps. It's very inconsistent and tends to vary with corner radius. For example: while entering a slight rightward corner at speed.
I'm narrowing it down to the exact conditions. The faster the speed, the larger the corner radius and slower speeds require a tighter radius, which means it could be G-force dependent. Maybe it's as silly as something loose shifting left/right in the engine compartment. I've also noticed it while exiting my driveway at an angle.
An analytical approach may eventually resolve this or it might end up driving me insane. :nerd:
Some days I really dislike being OCD about this kind of stuff.
Are you taking the car back to the dealer?
Some of us have noticed that the noise stops for a bit after the car is up on the lift. I suspect that's what happened in your case as well.
Any chance of catching the noise on video and posting? I am curious if it's the same noise I have with my car.
In my car I notice it does the noise when the front suspension is loaded/compressed. If I go over bumps and the car is flat, there is nothing...but when I am braking or turning to the right and there is extra weight on the front end of the car, it does the noise.