You might think so but the camber is fixed and intentionally negative.This is a consequence of the camber, not the toe. On my car, all new suspension. Only 20-25 000 km. Car dont pulling in different sides. I certainly will check the suspension on a wheel alignment system. In memory of the system there is recent evidence of my car, I was making the adjustment 2 years ago. But if everything - not good, maybe something with the body, then put a short sleeve. I will do a dozen steps of 0.5 mm.
Which is why setting zero front toe works in our environment. The toe compensates a little for the camber. The front tires still wear much more quickly than they should (I can compare my 164 to the very similar SAAB 9000) but the wear is more even across the tread. My 164 wears tires out approximately 3 times faster than the 9000.Since most driving miles are done at steady state, the setup tends to return/relax close to a static alignment, the actual hp required to cruise at freeway speeds being maybe less than 40, not a lot compared to acceleration. If one spends hours just cruising on the freeway, the close to static alignment is the predominate one.
Ah yes, the Milano. I had the GTV 6 version. What a sweet chassis those cars have.True, which is why I get maybe not much more than 30k miles on the164S tires. The tires on the LS seem to last a bit longer, maybe less neg camber on the front? In comparison, the same tires on the Milano just seem to go on and on for many more miles.