By Patrick Olsen on January 19, 2011
One is a blue-collar town, nestled at the southern edge of Green Bay. Population: 100,000.
The other is the Windy City and the City of Big Shoulders. Population: 2.8 million.
It’s Green Bay vs. Chicago.
Packers vs. Bears.
In football terms, it is the oldest and longest-running rivalry in U.S. pro football, and Sunday, the two teams will meet in a game that will send one to Super Bowl XLV.
How do car shoppers in these two cities compare? Let’s take a look at the Top 10 most searched cars in 2010 across each metro area. Here are some of the things we learned:
Ford tops both lists, with the F-150 leading the way in the frozen tundra up north and the reinvigorated Mustang topping Chicago’s list.
Both lists are below:
Green Bay’s Top 10
Editor-in-Chief Patrick Olsen was born and raised in California. He loves pickup trucks and drivers who pay attention. Email Patrick