How Much Does It Cost To Wrap a Jeep Wrangler?

If you’re considering wrapping your Jeep Wrangler, you’re likely wondering just how much does it cost to wrap a Jeep Wrangler?

The price of a wrap can vary greatly depending on the type of wrap, the size of your vehicle, and the company you choose to do the work.

In this article, we’ll cover the price as well as the many advantages of wrapping your Jeep.

How much does it cost to wrap a Jeep Wrangler?

Wrapping your Jeep Wrangler can cost anywhere from $697 up to approximately $3500.

The reason for this vast price difference boils down to 4 main factors:

  • Vinyl quality
  • Vinyl color
  • Labor involved
  • Surface area to be wrapped

Let’s take a look at each of these factors below.

How much does it cost to wrap a Jeep wrangler

Factors that affect the cost to wrap a Jeep Wrangler

As mentioned above, there are 4 main factors at play here, the quality of the vinyl, the labor involved to disassemble the vehicle, the surface area that needs to be covered, and the color of the vinyl.

Vinyl wrap quality

Unfortunately, you do get different qualities of wrap material and the more premium vinyl is better than the cheaper ones.

These premium wraps boast better UV resistance, robustness against impacts and scratches, and are easier to remove over a longer period of time when applied to a surface.

These brands are also a lot easier to apply if you were thinking of wrapping your Wrangler yourself.

Brands of vinyl used the most with the best results are:

Labor to wrap a Jeep Wrangler

With Jeep Wranglers the labor involved in wrapping the car is what makes it more expensive than other SUVs and offroaders.

There are a lot of small parts that need to be removed and wrapped individually, like the exposed door hinges of the Wranglers for example.

All of this labor can really add to the bill at the end.

Intricate parts of a Jeep wrangler

Total surface area to wrap

Wrapping only the front of the vehicle, to protect it against grime and rock chips, or a simple design on the side will cost significantly less than wrapping the entire vehicle.

Vinyl color

Some colors, designs, or textures are harder to produce than more basic gloss or metallic colors.

Usually, it is the color shift, chrome, and holographic colors that are the more pricey options with the higher price tags.

In designs, the more extravagant the design and the more colors it uses often end up costing more than a single color vinyl.

Textured vinyl is quite new in the industry and can give your Jeep a cool aesthetic.

This can range from a rubber-look, all the way to mimicking leathers and other metals and they are also a lot more expensive than plain untextured vinyl.

Advantages of wrapping your Jeep Wrangler

Wrapping your Jeep is not just to make your Jeep stand out from the rest, there are also many additional advantages that come with it as well.

Paint protection

All the top brand vinyl manufacturers pride themselves on the fact that with their product installed you don’t have to worry about rock chips, paint fade, paint contamination, and scratches.

Some of the newer types of vinyl even have a heating element built into them. They can get scratched or dented and when they are exposed to heat or the sun it levels out again returning to their original state.

Easy cost-effective advertising

While you are personalizing the looks of your Jeep Wrangler why not use it to advertise your products or business.

Now you have a moving billboard and with a catchy or funny design, you are guaranteed to catch people’s attention.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a wrap last on a Jeep?

Under normal conditions, a good quality wrap can last up to 7 years.

Most wrap companies will warranty the wraps close to 7 years, if you keep your hand on maintaining the wrap it can last as long as 9 years.

If you take your Jeep frequently on offroading trips and camping this can drop the life expectancy of the wrap down to about 5 years.

How long does it take to wrap a Jeep Wrangler?

Between half a day to one and a half days.

It depends on how much there is to wrap. A full-body wrap with disassembly takes a day and a half while wrapping only the frontal area or parts of the Jeep Wrangler will take less than a day.

Do car wraps ruin your paint?

No, a good quality vinyl will never damage the paint underneath it. Inferior vinyl products, paint damage prior to wrapping, and rust can cause paint damage when removing the vinyl.

Lower quality wrap vinyl will have a generic adhesive applied to them that can leave residue or even pull off the top layer of paint or lacquer of the vehicle it is applied to.

When taking your vehicle to get wrapped make sure there are no paint chips on the vehicle or deep scratches that went through a layer of paint or lacquer, this can cause any vinyl to be able to pull part of the factory paint/lacquer off.

Rust can cause esthetical problems and body damage when wrapped over, it can start swelling underneath the wrap that can look really bad and discolor some vinyl.

Containing the rust underneath the vinyl can cause the rust to spread further and faster because it can hold moisture for longer if moisture manages to get in there.

Generally speaking, yes, but each state has its own laws on changing a vehicle’s color or mobile advertising/billboards.

So before wrapping your vehicle make sure to check out what rules and restrictions may apply to you.

If you’re getting your Wrangler wrapped professionally, they should also be up-to-date with the current regulations.

Final thoughts on the price of wrapping a Jeep Wrangler

It is always fun to personalize your Jeep, and with the added benefits of protecting it why would you not want to wrap it.

Go wild because it isn’t permanent and if you have the budget your car can have a different look every few years.

We hope this article helped you get a better understanding of the costs and benefits that come with wrapping your Jeep Wrangler.


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Jaco Schrader

Jaco is the automotive heart of our platform. Born and raised in Namibia, he began his journey in the automobile sector in 2012. Launching his own automotive repair business in Africa and fitting a Toyota 1UZ-FE V8 in a Ford Sierra, Jaco brings over six years of hands-on automotive experience. He’s a self-taught expert in various mechanical and electrical aspects of vehicles.

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