Don't by a WRX with high (185) miles on it. I found the 2013 I wanted with the options I wanted. I used the Consumer Reports program so I was set for a good deal on a NEW car. When the car was located it was in a secondary show room just brought back from a sister dealership 50 miles away. I was told these cars are driven by old men who drive 50 mph. Ok, I'm fine with that. But the more I think about it the more it seems that this car was probably one of the first vehicles brought in last year and sat in a showroom being constantly moved around and lightly brushed up by customers etc and moved around the lot gathering up said dents and scratches. Also, when first looking at these cars apparently you can't test drive them. I ended up driving a used one with a few thousand miles so I assumed customers wouldn't be driving the vehicle I was looking at either. The dealer did try to make good but I'm just tired of finding blemishes. I guess what I am trying to say is to look over the vehicle you are interested in with a magnifying glass so nothing is missed. That way you won't buy a vehicle that is more of a scratch and dent special than new because believe me, that's all you will be thinking about instead of being excited for owning a brand new car. I know, you shouldn't have to deal when buying a car but.....if something seems off, just walk away.