No creaks from me at 10,000 miles, but I know that gets soooo irritating. My last car had an irritating rattle by the rear passenger door when ever I drove at highway speeds that I never could identify. Drove me crazy.
I have 7,000 miles on mine and it did rattle when I played heavy bass music. In order to mitigate this issue I installed Hushmat foam. It also helps to isolate outside noise. Dynamat makes one as well. Nothing else really rattles in mine and since I installed that foam my doors are almost silent (except extremely loud heavy bass music, then door handles rattle slightly). 2016 Honda Accord that I traded was terrible in regards to squeaks and rattles, despite being a brand new car. But when I had Acura TSX and then RDX there were virtually no rattle or squeaking. What does that tell you? When you buy a luxury car they usually use better plastic. Not always, but usually. Both Acura cars that I had were above and beyond better inside compared to even the most expensive Honda cars.Ok so i've had the car for about half a year now and i'm starting to hear a bunch of creaks and rattles. The worse one is under the seat it seems when going over bumps. sounds like something vibrating pretty loosely and just flopping around. then the Radio surround bezel makes a constant creaking sound which i thought was happening when it was hot from the sun, but it's happening now in frigid temperatures as well. it seems to go away after driving around for a while or if i press on the bezel at the top and bottom.
And lastly the door handle glossy black trims vibrate when there's a lot of bass in a song and the volume is up.
All this stuff seems pretty crappy considering my 24 year old lexus didn't creak this much even. Anyone got any remedies or does the stealership cover this under warranty? i only have 9000 miles so far.
I don't know how many cars you had in general, but our iM is amazing inside compared to competition. It is much much better than 2016 Honda Accord that I traded-in, which really shocked me since Accord is supposed to be a whole class higher. I agree it sucks, but it can be easily fixed. I remember fixing rear shelf rattle in my long gone 2007 Accord by placing a $0.99 sponge under the plastic cover It worked well.i know it just sucks that i have to fix a brand new car lol.