We purchased a brand new Subaru XV Crosstrek from Diablo Subaru of Walnut Creek back in 2014 at 6 miles with no disclosure of previous repairs or issues. A few months ago, the paint on the rear left door started peeling off. I took the car to a professional body shop to see what is going on. They measured the paint thickness all around the car and found that the left side of the car has double the thickness comparing to all other panels. They were very confident that the car was repaired on the left side. We took the car to Diablo Subaru on 3/15/2018 to show the paint issue. Our service adviser, Linda Duran sent us home saying it needs to be brought up to the service manager who was not in at the moment so we got promised a call back ASAP. After waiting for a week without having a callback as promised, I emailed Linda on 3/23/2018 to follow up. She responded saying the service manager will contact us. After waiting 5 more days with no callback, on 3/28/2018, I followed up once again to see if there is an update. Upon my email, I finally received a call from Dustin Jones (2 weeks after the service visit) explaining that he opened a claim with Subaru of Japan and waiting on a response. On 4/3/2018, he called me saying he is still working on getting the specs from Subaru of Japan and he would keep me updated. They did not follow up with me two more weeks. I emailed Dustin once again on 4/17/2018. He called upon receiving my email and basically told me there is nothing they can do to resolve our issue since there is no record of any work being done on the car which tells me they do things off-record so it got even more interesting. Why is it so hard to admit they messed up and make it right, and instead play games and let the customer run though circles for a month? This dealer goes above and beyond to sell you the car but the first time you have an issue with it, you are on your own. It is absolutely a rip off selling a repaired car as brand new with no disclosure. My faith to Subaru at this point is zero to none and I would never even consider buying a Subaru again and I will do my hardest to make sure everyone I know does the same.