Ya I was surprised, I got their base level paint job, but it has a clear coat!
I'm not hating but I would ask them to verify what type of clear coat they used and make sure there is a UV protectant in the clear. I am a professional painter and deal with mostly bikes and custom paints but not all clear coat is the same. Its why you see these older cars with flaking clear. Your jeep will look great for the first year but will quickly fade if left alone.
Looks great. It most likely their single stage paint with integrated clear coat. My girlfriend just got her Miata painted with that paint and it looks good. It's certainly not a $3000 paint job, and you can tell, but then again, it wasn't $3000.
I've seen pretty much the whole spectrum from Maaco. I think it depends more on the individual manager than anything else. Two people I know of got their cars painted at Maaco at about the same time. Both about the same shade of red. One, a Fiero, got done somewhere in the DC/Baltimore area, I'm not sure where that particular Maaco was, but it was awful. It was the poster child for runs, drips, and sags. The other, a VW Golf, was painted at my local Maaco and it looked terrific. Same price, same quality materials, vastly different results. The way that Wrangler seems to have turned out, I might give them my '99 Grand Cherokee and squeeze another 10 years out of it.