I will attempt to describe German steering as I saw it in German cars that we owned.
The car will steer straight ahead with little or no deviation from that except for the unavoidable effect of sidewinds. The car will not need constant steering corrections to stay on the course directed by the steering wheel and the car will not change directions for no apparent reason.
If a minor correction is occasionally needed, the initial adjustment of the steering wheel position will require little force and there will be no "stiction" in that adjustment. Increasing steering adjustment will result in a predictable increase in steering effort needed. Very small steering adjustments result in a predictable small change in direction.
Our Opel was very responsive in curves as well. If it could talk to me, it would say: We are now entering a curve and I will help by doing some initial turning of the car for you but you will need to do your part to perfect the negotiation of the curve."
It was a wonderful car to drive. It had no power steering and could be driven on a freeway with only a thumb and forefinger on the wheel in light winds. Our VWs also did quite well in these regards.