I'm the owner of a new 2013 Outback Limited 2.5i, having owned it for almost 8 weeks and 820 miles now. I love the car, but am having an issue that's becoming increasingly annoying. I'm experiencing a "chirping/squeaking" sound that I believe is suspension or shock related (although I could be completely and totally wrong . . . ). I'm interested in hearing if there are any thoughts about the potential cause. The "chirping/squeaking" sound is evident only while the car is being driven, not at idle. It is not reactive to engine revs, but is reactive to road imperfections and bumps. It's always evident when the car is being driven, with the afore-mentioned reactions to bumps and road surfaces. It seems to get worse the longer the car is driven. Strangely, if the car is driven for a bit and I park it, bounce the car up and down by pushing on the rear bumper, I hear a creaking squeak from the suspension (or shocks?). Any folks have any thoughts on what the cause might be or has anyone experienced this themselves? I'm bringing it into service next week.