Recently acquired a 2010 Accord Tourer. Approved used. Long story to follow... On delivery the car was steering heavily to the left. Hard to describe but the steering seemed to want to 'flop' about 15deg left if let go. This wasn't apparent on the test drive the week before. However the MOT cert had an advisory for a steering rack issue. I don't have the MOT it was sent off with documents for the transfer of my cherished plate. The car also had a bit of loose trim around the windscreen. Honda took the car in a couple of days later and took it to their usual body shop who have a Hunter alignment rig. When I picked up the car I was told that the front passenger wheel was 18deg out and all was well now. Driving home I felt the car still wasn't right and still had a tendency to go left, more than the camber of the road would suggest (I drive single carriageway roads mostly so a stronger camber than a motorway) Phoned Honda and they agreed to test the car again at the same time the trim was getting fixed. Picked the car up again and they said they'd realigned the steering wheel this time. And all was well. Driving home it felt very much the same as before. Maybe a bit better, maybe not. Thinking it might be me not the car I took the wife's car (a BMW 116i) out on the same stretch of road. Certainly the camber took the car to the left at about the same rate as the accord but it didn't feel so odd. It's very hard to describe but on a road with a camber it feels like the steering always wants to fall to the left so it takes more constant pressure to the right to hold it straight. The trim directly behind the steering wheel isn't straight. I'm aware that alignment in a dashboard isn't always perfect but this does exaggerate the angle of the steering wheel. The steering maybe feels slightly lumpen around the straight ahead point. Almost like to go right is uphill to go left is down hill. I'm a bit OCD with things being aligned so this is irritating me. I'll get over it if I'm just taking badly to a change of car. I had my previous Octavia VRS for 7yr. any comments / suggestions?