The most likely suspect is a deteriorated control arm bushing, but not at the mileage you listed. At such a low mileage I would sooner suspect something is loose and shifting under load. This will be impossible to diagnose over a computer. The best place to go is a tire and alignment shop. They're experts at finding the causes of noises, vibrations, poor tire wear, and this, which could be called "torque steer". One helpful observation is whether the steering wheel changes position when the pull changes direction.
Sunday, February 8th, 2015 AT 3:43 PM