Originally Posted by SubAtomicGenius
The majority of Europeans whom I've met in my travels are very, very worldly and knowledgable when it comes to North American geography and I'd say that any European who'd be inclined to buy a Wrangler Rubicon would know exactly what that meant and where it is. I'd sooner bet that "European" geography would be more commonly lost to North Americans.
Many Americans can't pass a simple citizenship test given to resident aliens applying for American citizenship. Asking many Americans what or where the Rubicon is would get you a blank expression and a shrug of the shoulders.
Many Europeans know quite a bit about American history, US geography, and other things American.