Like this color... not yet decided if it will be a flash color (who fit perfectly with the Wrangler Philosophy) or Granite....
As it’s a late availability colour, seeing it at all was a bonus.Has anyone seen this on a 2 door yet?
Statistically, not much difference in traffic stops between red and yellow vehicles as you cannot miss either of them, but neither color is really over-represented as a whole in the traffic citation numbers. In fact, police have a pretty good eye for vehicles no matter what their color that are "out of place," meaning driving faster than the traffic flow, weaving in and out of traffic, tailgating, etc. Interesting enough, in one unscientific study, white cars were disproportionately ticketed at a lower rate than most other cars, suggesting some "invisibility" of white vehicles. I drive fast in almost all of my vehicles EXCEPT my Jeeps because when I'm driving my TJ (Flame Red) or JKU (Hydro Blue), I'm just enjoying the journey and generally in no hurry to get anywhere.Man. I’ve never had a yellow vehicle before, I wonder if they pull noticeably more attention from police than red.
Had a buddy with a yellow 'vette - not just bees, but ladybugs and all kinds of other flying creepy-crawlies used to flock to his car. My blue 'vette would be parked right next to his and nada. Not that he ever got teased about it . . .no but iowned a yellow datsun king cab a longtime ago and I noticed that bees followed it around. no lie