Our CR-V has consistently had a problem with pulling to the left and has been in to the supplying dealer 6 times to be rectified. Since buying the car, we've had the same issue - when the steering is in the straight ahead position, the car pulls left - crossing a carriageway within a couple of seconds at about 50 mph. So to keep driving in a straight line, you need to keep the steering wheel turned slightly to the right and apply a fair amount of corrective steering input to keep the car straight. The garage has had it 4 wheel laser aligned several times and carried out the TSB applied for the camber bolt adjustment. It's also had front to rear rotation of the tyres, adjustment of the spline at the base of the steering column as well as the tie rod ends being adjusted. Nothing has seemed to make any difference at all, as it still drives exactly the same as before having the work done. Has anyone else with a 2013 EX model (petrol auto) experienced this? From what I can tell this seems to be a not uncommon occurrence, that was fixed with the new 2015 models. I drove one of those whilst our car was in the garage, and it tracked straight and true. Any thoughts or suggestions appreciated!