Not only is mine the best looking in the neighborhood, this color with the XR package was only available for a few weeks to order before Jeep starting putting restrictions on what could be ordered makes it one of the rarest.
There's only two Wranglers left in my condo neighborhood, and the other is a Sting Gray JLR. It's not a competition, but I do notice, the other guy's got a lift (I'm stock); fancier, more expensive wheels (mine costs $80/each off eBay, no joke); and stickers.
I live in SoCal, so it feels like every 5th vehicle is a Wrangler or Gladiator, almost always stock with roofs and doors installed. But, my plain Jane Wrangler still gets unsolicited positive comments from strangers. I think because it's usually in an unusual configuration, with Freedom Panels on, and something else removed. I know it looks weird, but I don't want too much sun, I'm already dark (and handsome...not tall, though, two-out-of-three ain't bad according to Meat Loaf). It's in the high 80s this week, so my Wrangler looks like this today:
Looks like a paramilitary vehicle from a video game, some kinda infantry squad transport, no? I love it LOL.