Just start with a simple front end inspection of the car. Check for play on all of the front suspension parts. Jack up one wheel at a time, and check for play in both horizontal and vertical directions. Play in the horizontal direction would indicate that there may be a bad inner/or outer tie rod, or worn control arm bushings. Play in the vertical direction would indicate that you more than likely have a bad ball joint. If you don't have any play in the wheel what so ever there are a few more things to check. If you suspect that the front sway bar links may be your problem, then disconnect them and see if the noise goes away. Try to recreate the previous circumstances that caused the noise that is bugging you. Disclaimer: Disconnecting the sway bar links does make the car more prone to roll over. However it is still safe to drive as long as you aren't driving crazy. If the noise disappeared, than you then know that that was your problem. If the noise is still present, then you are probably looking at bad sub-frame bushings. Additionally a little word of advice: Whenever you get frustrated about a car drop what you are doing, and take a break. If you can't figure something out, then hit the books or web and research. If you subsequently need help with something than just post a thread with your problem here and we would be more than happy to help you as long as you don't have a bad attitude and complain about things. The car is still new so just take it back to the dealer if you are still having problems. There is something called Lemon law that protects you from buying a piece of junk.