Part of the problem here is that Subaru conveniently leaves out the "Impreza" part when mentioning the WRX. They always refer to it as the "Subaru WRX". I think it's causing people to think that the Impreza and WRX are two completely differenct models.
Exactly! You hit it right on the nose Bryan. I don't think Subaru marketing wants people to associate the WRX with the Impreza. Those who don't know any better will just think of it like an Ford Escort GT is to a regular Escort, if they added the word Impreza before WRX. Seems like a smart marketing strategy.
[This message has been edited by Kevin Thomas (edited April 16, 2001).]