I have a 2018 TLX base and I didn't notice when I leased the car at first but around 10K miles I notice my car is pulling to right and I decided to take to good year since I had 3 year alignment package from them.. long story short after 2 trips to Goodyear my alignment is still off and they're telling me it's due to my right caster being off (negative) -3.0. Shop manager also said this is due to hitting something really hard and something is bent and I should take my car to body shop. I'm the only driver and I can guarantee I have not hit anything out the ordinary to cause something to be bent in suspension. My 3 year alignment deal was coming to an end this month at good year and I think they didn't care much to look into it because they're not making money off of it. Anyone can chime in how this can be fixed? or should I try Acura I'm concerned and worried the car does pull to right more on local roads than freeways. Currently at 20K miles and do not notice any uneven tire wear.