Purchased a Prius C II last weekend. I noticed that when not accelerating hard the steering wheel needs to be nudged back to center after making a turn. Or, put another way, if I move the wheel 5 degrees to the left or the right from dead center, it stays that way, and the car veers off in that direction instead of straightening out on its own. As a longtime prius owner (have a 2002 and 2007) I found this behavior very different from my previous driving experiences. I took Prius C back to the dealer and the service manager took a ride with me. He said that the behavior I'm noticing is part of the design of the car, and not a problem. However, at my request, they checked out alignment (although caster not adjustable, so they knew this wouldn't be an issue) and found no problems. The steering wheel is a little off-center, but as I've seen on other posts, this is common in prius. Since no review that I've read mentions this behavior, and I don't see it anywhere on Prius C forum, I'm writing to see if everyone is experiencing this with their C's, in which case I'll learn to live with it, or if there is a problem with the electronic steering in my new C, and I'll have to insist that it get rectified. Unfortunately, my dealer has no other models in stock for me to compare to. PS. My 2002 (120000 mi) behaves the exact same way, with the wheel not straightening after turns. However, it used to NOT be this way, and I thought that this symptom was due to the age of the steering system.