@tweeting_fiat That's true. The thing is that MOST roads are cambered to the left. Without a hydraulic steering many drivers never realize that and make the 'minute' course corrections without being overtly conscious. The hydraulic steering definitely makes what is implicit, explicit. Also, it may be that Fiat's famous road holding (whatever that may have to do with the the front suspension architecture, and the car's weight, i don't know?) makes the car track further left along the road's camber than most other Indian-market cars, perhaps, maybe? When my dad and I first drove his 2009 Linea we too were convinced of a 'left pull', I remember us letting the steering go on many different roads just to confirm. We found there was no such real issue. Also, the pull ghost seems to prefer only the 'left': he's a 'leftist'! Of course, a fair few new cars being reported on here on TFi have a real issue, however variable the severity. In any case: the brand's haunted (by its distant past, and a few other ghosts like some mediocre dealers) but it seems also by its very virtues (e.g., hydraulic steering, wide tyres, weight, etc) PS : @Turbothingy these left-pulling posts are not an infringement on your thread-sovereignity, i hope!?