Interested in a Vehicle Wrap?
A vehicle wrap provides you with a comparable finish of paint, without the same costs and commitment associated with real paint. The results are amazing and the vinyl wrap materials have their own built in clear coat which handles similar to paint, providing you with outstanding durability. You are able to wash and wax a car wrap similar to how you would with your factory finish. We only use the top name brands in vinyl which goes to show that we won’t accept anything less than the best for our customers.
The coolest part, and one of the BIGGEST advantages of a vinyl wrap…. it is 100% removable without causing any damage to your OEM finish! Changed your mind within a year or two?.. no problem! Maybe that car is a lease… yea we can put it back to normal. Sometimes we get the guy who has a special edition paint color from the factory… no worries there either, that beautiful paint is protected underneath your vinyl wrap the whole time. Paint wraps are really meant to be removed, even though many customers just leave them on for the life of the vehicle.
Manufacturers have a warranted clean removal period which is usually around 5 years. This means that your car wrap will come off clean with no messy residue and no damage to OEM paints when professionally removed within the warranty period. In our experience, if the vinyl wrap is removed past the warranty period, it will still come off fairly clean but may leave a bit more residue behind than if it was removed sooner. So the beauty of vehicle wraps is that your finish underneath is protected just as it would be with paint protection film.
So How Much Does it Cost?
THE REAL ANSWER ....it depends!
Every vehicle & application is different, so price really depends on the scope of your vehicle wrap project. These are some sample price ranges for some common vehicles and coverage options. They are intended for you to get a rough estimate of how much a typical vehicle wrap graphic would cost.
All of our prices listed are base prices, and will vary depending on the vehicle type, surface complexity, and film used. For a more precise quote, contact us with more information about your wrap project.
Pricing supplied to be used as a guide only as pricing will vary from vehicle to vehicle and subject to final layout.
FULL WRAP / COLOR CHANGE / PAINT WRAP PRICING
Audi TT, Infinity G35, Nissan 370z
Audi S5, BMW M6, Nissan GTR
Lexus IS350, BMW 325, Audi A4
Lexus LS, Mercedes S Class, Audi A8
Ford Escape, Subaru Forester, Land Rover Evoque
Range Rover Sport, BMW X5, Mercedes G Wagon
Escalade ESV, Denali XL, Ford Excursion
Toyota Tacoma, Ford Raptor, Nissan Frontier
*All prices shown are base prices, and will vary depending on the vehicle type, surface complexity, and vinyl used. Prices do not include full vehicle disassembling or re-assembling, or removal of previous vinyl, wraps, and clear bra.
For a more precise quote please, contact us with more information about your wrap project.
Paint replacement isn't for everyone.
Something to consider before looking at a vinyl vehicle wrap....
We need to clarify, paint wraps aren’t a magical fix to worn or damaged paint. If your paint is in poor condition, it will need to be either repaired and in a “paint ready” state or it just needs to be repainted. This is when the cost difference between a cheap paint job and a vinyl wrap may not be as justified. If your paint looks like doo doo, then you need to know that vinyl will show all the little imperfections in your paint finish including chips, flaking paint, scratches and even dust in your factory clear coat.
If your vehicle is older than 10 years, the chances are that you aren’t trying to preserve your paint… which is a major selling point of vinyl wraps. While a quality repaint finish is going to cost you upwards of $8,000, you can probably find a lot of cheap “scuff and spray” paint shops which will refinish your whole vehicle for as low as $800 using cheap single stage paints… and it will probably look just the same as it costs. If all you care about is to get rid of your fading paint, then a vinyl wrap likely isn’t for you.
Interested in Next Steps? Schedule an appointment to bring your vehicle by our office so we can firm up a quote for your project!