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The first front wheel drive vehicles were low powered but most suffered from torque steer to varying degrees. To counter this the half shafts were made equal lengths. As engines have become more powerful it has been harder to control torque steer. Much of that is done electronically through traction control and engine management. On the NX most of the time you will never feel torque steer. Even stomping on the throttle from a stop and turning will not produce torque steer unless you are in Sport mode. I have had a couple of times where the steering wheel fought to straighten out in my hands. My main reason for this thread is to make drivers aware.
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