I would hold out for a 2014 or newer. If you plan on modding it I would make sure you do your research on the issues that plagued the 2013 year. Make sure that the TSBs have been completed, the sparkplugs were upgraded and the ECU updated. If that stuff wasn't done, either get it for cheap, make the seller/dealer do it or move on to a later year.
Car is actually down around Houston. After doing some more research I've decided to not go with the 13. Found a '14 with 29k miles. Not a turbo but that's not really a necessity at this point for me.. Reliability is the number one thing followed by price.
Just wouldn't want anyone to buy something that they don't enjoy driving. If you know for a fact you won't mind driving the NA version, do it. If you think you'll want to get more power sooner than later, think carefully! I know 14-15 turbos in my area are cheap here in AZ. Check out of state!
What's your price range if you don't mind sharing? Maybe someone here from TX can help you source a VT in your range. Most guys and gals on this forum are pretty nice when it comes to helping each other out with suggestions and advice (unless you ask a Googleable question)
My brother's fiancee has a 2012 NAV she bought brand new and after driving around in my VT, she dislikes her slow car hahaha I drove it too, it's a laughable difference in fun factor.
Buy one from Florida (or some other cheap state) and go pick it up. My co-worker bought his 1M from FL and saved like 5 grand for the exact same thing here in MD. If I'm not mistaken, cars in the southwest tend to hold their value longer because there's little wet weather.
I say avoid 2013/2014 models since there's been some 2014s that have blown to shit like the 2013 as well. Stay with 2015+, otherwise if you can get a nice warranty to go with the affordable 2013 go with the 2013. There's plenty of us here that are still with our 2013s that have been problem free since new, stock and modified.