Just wondering if anyone on here can help me out. I have a 2015 Subaru Crosstrek, purchased new in Connecticut. I drove this car back and forth to California 3 times and would have a 4th time if it hadn't died in Nevada. I had driven the car from Reno and was on the way to Salt Lake City, same route I usually took. The car began to lose acceleration, felt like I was being pushed backward by a very strong wind. Almost immediately my cars dashboard lit up like Christmas and my car just completely stopped. I had managed to get over far enough but the car would not turn on. I had 1/4 tank of gas in the car at the time. I attempted to turn the car on while I waited almost two hours for a tow. I ended up spending close to 3k just in waiting at hotels, rental cars, food, etc. because the dealership took a while to diagnose the problem. They came back telling me that it was due to vaporization which confused me since I wasn't on empty and I didn't have a problem the three times I had driven the same way stopping in both SLC and Reno over night. My car is a year and a half old, Subaru ended up shipping it home but I do not believe that my cars gas vaporized when I have lived in the Redwoods and driven on empty before in varying elevation. Trying to figure out if I should give the car back, since if my car cant go from state to state, depending on elevation, what's the point in driving a car, let alone a Subaru? Has anyone had this issue or heard of this? Is this diagnosis BS or is it justified? Thanks for any help you can give!