The Subaru WRX and Forester are made on the same assembly line. Prior to the release of the WRX, the Forester was Subaru's best selling car. Since the WRX has caught on, many people come to the dealership, test drive both cars, and end up with a WRX wagon instead of a Forester. Due to the tremendous demand for the WRX, Subaru recently ordered production stopped on the Forester to boost production on the WRX from 10,000 units to 15,000 units for North America's 2002 model year.
Who the heck would want a Forester after test driving the WRX?