At 25k miles, my '19 Ascent lost the transmission. No warning, just basically crapped out 1/2 mile from home. I limped home (acceleration strained) but couldn't even back into my driveway. Called my dealership to reserve a car and then called the Subaru hotline for a tow. From incident to leaving the dealership took less than 2 hours. I had pulled the codes and the service rep told me he would order a new transmission - they did that before they even pulled the codes themselves. Rental car for 3 weeks while waiting for parts. I picked up the car today - does drive a little differently especially at low speed. Tech also replaced a leaking battery - that is battery #2 for me. Ran an errand and as I go to get in my car, I notice scuffs on the front door and panel behind the wheel. I could see them in the sun where I didn't in the garage. Wipe off with a napkin and realize that there was an actual scratch and dent under the scuff marks. I tend to be the one who parks in the far reaches of parking lots because those door dings drive me nuts. This damage did not exist when I dropped off the car. Call the dealership and return immediately. Told them I was trying to remain positive but this was stretching my limits. Dealership wants to blame the tow truck but I'm not buying it given this wheel was on a dolly and I'm not seeing how the dolly scratched/scuffed the lower door ridge clear back to the edge of the back door. Regardless, my dealership is covering it and gave me another loaner (Outback). Body shop is 2 weeks out. Service manager hopes to squeeze me in. The dealership is very responsive and trying hard to work with me. Nice guys. It's just hard not to be frustrated - and base model loaner cars just don't have the same ooomph as my Touring Ascent!