I received a new Kona 2019 1.6T. I noticed that on any straight road the car is pulling slightly to the right. I checked with the local Kona garage and they tried to discard my complaint. I checked the suspension alignment but it was almost normal except a slight rear camber angle. However I was told that changing camber angle on Kona is impossible. I checked with customers' complaints and I saw that I am not alone with this issue. Reviewing the issue myself I came to the conclusion that the reason is that the front and rear shafts are not aligned. I checked the distance between the front and rear wheels and found that the distances between right and left are not equal. The mechanic found that Hyundai left some free space for the rear shaft to be adjusted. He adjusted the distance to a difference les than 1 mm, After that the steering wheel while driving straight was 1/8 turn misaligned. He adjusted the steering links to regain the straight possition and walla!, the car is running perfect with no pull to the right. I suggest that all of you who complained about similar issue, should chek the distnce between the wheels on both sides.