Thanks for the insight, new to Subaru's. Former Honda guy so my knowledge is limited.General consensus says it's quite normal, my car has done it since day one, now at 11k miles it's gotten a lot less. if you google "2015 wrx idle shake" you can read the thousands of posts on the topic.
Ahh thanks, good to hear from a seasoned Subaru owner.Its very normal, especially people who aren't used to the rumble(and if you run your AC at'll). As far as the scratches there isn't much you can do about that short of replacing the pieces or putting a clear coat over it(I don't recommend).
Good idea, didn't come into my thought on doing a plasti dip or wrap. I'll probably just do a wrap.Its normal, my 2017 does the same thing, its part of the WRX charm. My 2004 did something similar.
Some love it and some hate it but, you could Plasti dip those areas to minimize scratching. Black base with a slight sheen top coat to make it look close to original. The black base is matte.
Thank you for the insight on the vibration.I own a 2011 hatch WRX and mine vibrates very little but its probably because of the inline 4 engine type.... nothing to the point where I would be concerned about my vehicle.
Okay thanks for the heads up, hopefully the wrap doesn't scratch as easy like the door pillars do.Yes you could wrap too. Many wrap. I suggest not getting the half hood as you can see the line where it stops and over time dirt will collect.