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Have You Ever Wondered Which States Have the Most 4X4-Equipped Vehicles? Here's the Answer


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  • 1 year later...

I noticed this a long time ago. Firstly I would agree with Montana- Wyoming being high. In Canada Alberta and Saskatchewan to north would fall in same category. But what is funny, having grown up in the country on a farm, 4x4's were hardly ever seen in the 60's and 70's. Then slowly in the 80's and full blown in the 90"s. now you virtually have to look for a 2wd. And if dealers bring one in it never sells.


My first pick-ups in the 70's were always 2wd with 454's in them. My first 4x4 was a 90 Z71 ( when z71 first came out and meant something). After that truck I swore in would never own a 2wd again.

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