I doubt there is anything to add when the mastro ^^ replies to you!!! At 7.8 OTR, it will be an understatement to call it a deal.. you got a real steal man!!! My personal opinions on your concerns are: 1. The coolant level keeps varying, based on the circulation in the engine. Going above the 'Max' mark sometimes is normal, as the coolant is lesser in circulation. The idea is, when the coolant is still in circulation, the level in reservoir, i.e., the bottle we check it in, shuld not go below the 'min' mark. And also, the temp gauge staying right where it should be confirms to the quality of coolant in your car. Also, while topping up the coolant, it is important to keep a note of the grades and types as mixing two types may cause a reaction and converting the solution in your car to mere water. 2. Shell Synthetic! Stay away!!! Fiat has so developed an oil exclusively for Linea, the 'Selenia'. Stick to that. Also, the oil level, as coolant, is also to be check in a cold engine. While you were at the refilling station, the oil must still be in the cylinders, and therefore showing a lower level. It takes good 30 - 45 mins cooling for oil to settle down in reservoir after the engine has been shut off. I recommend to check the levels of a cool engine and then take the decision o topping up, if required. That too, with Selenia K ONLY. 3. Do not worry about this. Get concerned only if you start compromising on air pressure on a rapid basis. 4. Some times, the slopes are of such less angels that we, in the car do not feel, but cars do feel any slightest change in elevation. Try this, on the same road (read same signal), if you stop the car the other way round (front side back), does it tend to go forward as well? I seriously doubt if this is an issue with the car, but more of road!! These are my personal thoughts on concerns. There are experts in this Team, who will be able to throw a better light on the things you highlighted.