@turbothingy Just to complement/supplement your last comment on the 'left pulling issue', which if you're right about the Polo having it too, but it recieving more 'airplay' about Fiats, consider: http://www.driving.co.uk/car-reviews/the-clarkson-review-alfa-romeo-4c-coupe-2015/ The ever-witty Jeremy Clarkson, a great and consistent lover of Alfa Romeo-s, with ironic sarcasm about their un-reliability-over-the-years, of course, ironic since British cars were even worse than Italian ones when it came to that particular parameter, in fact everyone was till the Japanese esp Toyota QDR revolution: on the Alfa 4C. It appears that its unassisted steering transmits the car's intense front road-holding so much that the driver is made all-too acutely aware of the car following the road's camber. Exactly the 'problem' some in India have with the Linea/Punto's hydraulic steering vis-a-vis the 'issue' of following the camber, usually left-wards. i.e., the left-pulling 'issue' is a lumping together of a whole bunch of different cases under one label: (a) hydraulic steering's honesty of feel (b) the high quality of the front suspension design on the Punto and Linea in terms of front-road-holding (also the Polo? the Fiesta?)......but also (c) the frequent slipping-out-of-alignment of the wheels due to the weight of these cars, esp on the choppy roads in India, and (d) apparently some faults on some batches of recent cars due to component calibration errors/defects, going by what @jumu as well as one other new-car owner on TFI has reported. No? @asimpleson @Italia-Linea : your deep engineering know-how please, if only to point out that i don't have the slightest idea what am talking about?!