10,000 is not a big number. Double of 5,000 is only 5,000 more. Ford, for example, couldn't give a crap if they sold an extra 5,000 Focii, because it would not be a significant leap.
Now, let's get this straight.
You're trying to tell ThunderbirdJunkie that 99% of Jeeps - Liberty, Wrangler, Patriot/Compass, Grand Cherokee, et al - are not sold to the soccer mom/urban cruiser type? PUH-LEESE. Just because there is a larger number of enthusiasts in the market for a JK rather than a KK/WK doesn't mean that nearly every single JK that's seen on the roads isn't occupied by some uppity yuppie that bought it because it's trendy and makes him/her look rugged/fun. Every single JK in ThunderbirdJunkie's college parking lot, for example, is driven by a girl. No exceptions.
You're giving the consumer too much credit.