I can't speak to large cities, but I used to live in a mountain community (Evergreen, CO 8,200 feet), and EVERY household had a Jeep, a Subaru, or both.
Since you said per capita, my guess would be the Denver metro area. People love their Jeeps and Subarus in Colorado.
Florida for sure
Toledo's a big place.My guess is Toledo
California has the most Wranglers so it's a city in CA. My guess is LA? NEVER MIND…it was a GUESS! Sorry about that.
Las Vegas is hands down the answer here... multiple times a day I am at an intersection with 4+ wranglers... not to mention all the other Jeep variants.
Nobody waves here because it would be a non stop occurrence.
Also if you park next to another wrangler at least one more will show up.
My wife and I have a winter home on St. Croix. I'll be shipping down my JLUR in early 2021 once I retire. We already have our Cherokee Trailhawk on the island, which my wife really likes it because it's easier for her to get in and out of. Agree the numbers of Wranglers (and Jeeps in general) are huge. It's a near perfect island vehicle.I live in the USVI and own a jeep rental business. We definitely have the most jeeps per capita, but don't have anywhere near 250k population.
The answer has already been found in this thread lolNO NO NO , not Florida. I've visited Fla few times and I 've been out West few times and the good old West has way many more Wranglers. Fla has very few 4x4 .Try to find for instance a Subaru in Fla. You have to hire Pinkerton's services to locate one.
Per capita it would seem that Usage, AZ wins. Population: 2, Jeep owners: 1 Half the population owns and drives a jeep!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 ?
The answer has already been found in this thread lol
Hawaii or US Virgin Islands...concentration of Jeeps because they NEED them
or at Tita’s Tacos in Humble TX.....best tacos in north Houston....no kidding, there was no parking available in the parking lot and I saw two Jeeps parked across the street....so I parked next to them.
When We were done with breakfast we came out to find this :