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...[/QU
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!
true , I have to say they drive some very finely modified Tacomas in Hawaii