Gotta disagree with you there. Just owning a Jeep you do share some kind of comradery with other Jeep owners that non-Jeep owners would never understand. Like wakening up and wondering if this is a top down or top up day. Or walking to your vehicle and pondering if you should take your doors off or not. You see another Jeep driver and you instantly knew they share those same thoughts and dilemmas with you..... Do you thing Lexus drivers do this also. Think about it this way: Lets say you have the only Jeep to your knowledge in your state or country, then one day you pass by someone driving the same vehicle as you....Whole thing seems dumb to me, made sense when there were a few thousand around, and shared misery of actually driving an older Wrangler granted you membership in a small club. But these days Jeep sells 200,000-250,000 thousand Wranglers a year. May as well wave to everyone in an acrod too.