City With Highest Concentration of Wranglers?

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This or similar question may have been asked already here but which city in USA / Canada with population over let's say 200 K would have the highest concentration of Wranglers per capita ?

 
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Well in terms of overall concentration, it definitely has to be the Big Island of Hawaii, with the other islands following behind closely.
Literally every other vehicle on the road is a Wrangler! When I was there I could just randomly hold my hands out and kept the wave for several cars passing by and it would have all been the Jeep wave.
 
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Long Island has a high number.
 


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This or similar question may have been asked already here but which city in USA / Canada with population over let's say 200 K would have the highest concentration of Wranglers per capita ?
With a population of about 250k I would have to say Toledo :)
 

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If you didn't put a minimum number for population, I would definitely say Ouray, CO. Eating lunch one day I counted vehicles on the main road, which also includes people just driving through, and I was counting over 50% of the vehicles were Wranglers or previous real Jeep versions...
 

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Moab as long as it's during EJS.

I think Honolulu might win.
 

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Gatlinburg in the summer, but nothing compared to Hawaii I'm sure:giggle:
 


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This may be a shocker to some, Las Vegas. Have been through and to many cities in the SW and Vegas ranks at or near the top for Jeeps. We found it shocking the amount of wranglers, built, not built, mall crawlers and just vehicles made by Jeep that are in this area. Then again, step outside city limits are you are in BLM/Wilderness.
 

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Honolulu gets my vote especially if you count rentals. They’re everywhere there, partly due to the weather (perfect) and the parking spaces (small). I had a YJ when I lived on Oahu (technically the whole island is Honolulu county; the city is a separate thing too). The YJ was perfect for year-round doorless and windowless driving and parking in those tiny spaces.

Same reason you see a higher ratio of Tacomas to full size pickups than elsewhere- the island is too small for F-150’s and above!
 

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I think y'all are severely underestimating Miami and their obsession with built up beach cruiser mall crawlers.
 

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Honolulu gets my vote especially if you count rentals. They’re everywhere there, partly due to the weather (perfect) and the parking spaces (small). I had a YJ when I lived on Oahu (technically the whole island is Honolulu county; the city is a separate thing too). The YJ was perfect for year-round doorless and windowless driving and parking in those tiny spaces.

Same reason you see a higher ratio of Tacomas to full size pickups than elsewhere- the island is too small for F-150’s and above!
I been to Oahu and Big Island, I have to say the Big Island has even higher ratio of Wranglers. Though Oahu (Honolulu) seems to mainly consist of Mustangs and Wranglers.
 
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I would say either Houston or Los Ángeles.
Now a chance. Maybe a big number of them in total because there are millions of cars on the road but NO WAY in terms of concentration. My guess would be a town/city in Hawaii.

 

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