fancier newer digital machine (hunter is the brand).
Go with the digital four wheel alignment.
Alignment is usually not required unless suspension components are
worn or have recently been replaced. The only real adjustment is toe
in, because the strut is an integral part of the suspension and the
upper mounting point is fixed. The suspension links in the rear
shouldn't move - all that's left is the bushings F&R, which should
also be stable.
Had mine checked after three years - still fine. Before and after
readings essentially unchanged, still had to pay $69.95 for labor,
although they did spend three hours at the dealer trying to find other
things to build future work. So I consider the $70 a diagnostic fee to
pinpoint incipient seepage at the oil pan, trans. pan and dist.
O-ring, which I repaired myself. Their list was longer, but some of
the other items were already scheduled and some were unnecessary.