If you own a Jeep Grand Cherokee, you can wrap it with vinyl in the same way as other vehicles. Jeeps are easier than most cars to disassemble, making them simpler to wrap, which can often lead to discounts.
So, how much does it cost to wrap a Jeep Grand Cherokee? You can expect to pay less than $100 if you are looking to wrap a small section of your Jeep, the hood for example. If you are hoping to wrap the entire car by hand, you will likely pay between $400 and $1400 depending on the vinyl type that you choose. A professional vinyl wrap will likely cost over $5000, including work time and materials.
What are my options when it comes to wrapping a Jeep Grand Cherokee?
You can wrap your Jeep Grand Cherokee in the same way as other cars. Jeep Grand Cherokee wraps will help to protect your vehicle from harsh weather conditions that it may encounter on the road.
Jeeps are some of the most customizable cars available, meaning that there is a range of different wrap options available. You may choose to wrap a section of the car such as the hood, body panel, roof, hood, or fenders.
DIY wrapping option
If you choose to install a vinyl wrap on your Jeep Grand Cherokee by hand, it will not be overly complicated but may be time-consuming. Applying a vinyl is like putting a large sticker on your car. Wrapping your car yourself is a cost-effective way to achieve a custom look.
Vinyl wraps can be applied to any non-porous surfaces on or in your vehicle and offer a professional-looking finish that looks better than paint. If you want to alter the color of your jeep or cover an unsightly paint job, a vinyl wrap may be the perfect option for you.
Vinyl wraps are available in a huge range of colors and styles including carbon fiber, matte, gloss, or customizable colored wraps. You may also choose to have your business logo printed on your vehicle.
Vinyl is usually sold by square footage and it is usually most cost-effective to purchase it in 5 x 25-foot rolls. A matte black roll of vinyl costs on average $250 per roll; a black gloss wrap $230 per roll; and a black carbon fiber wrap will likely cost about $300-$450 per roll.
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If you do decide to wrap your car yourself, you will also need a heat gun, a specific vinyl tool kit, and a range of other basic tools. However, these tools can also be used again for future projects.
Remember that the vinyl wrap will not hide any dents or imperfections in your vehicle so make sure to prepare the surface properly beforehand. Make sure the surface, is clean, dry, and smooth before applying the wrap.
If you are wrapping a two-door Jeep Grand Cherokee, you will probably need just 2 rolls of the wrap, meaning that the project will probably cost between $450 and $900, depending on your choice of wrap. If you have a hard top Jeep Grand Cherokee, you will probably need three rolls, which will raise the cost of the project to between $700 and $1350.
Professional wrapping option
Wrapping your Jeep Grand Cherokee will cost a lot of time and patience, thus it may be worth considering getting the project done professionally. A professional wrap will probably cost you between $2500 and $6000 depending on your choice of finish, the size of your jeep, and the shop’s location.
If you choose a carbon-fiber style vinyl or a chrome treatment, you should expect to pay more. These types of looks will likely cost over $6000. Even more complicated wrap jobs can cost over $10,0000 depending on your choice of materials, the project’s difficulty, and the size of your jeep. If you choose to have your doorjambs wrapped, you will likely cost more as this usually takes an extra few days to achieve, which adds a lot more time and cost to the project.
Work rates will likely vary depending on where you are located. It is important to ring a range of different wrappers and compare the costs so that you get the best price available in your location.
A professional wrap will usually last between four and five years, as long as you don’t live in a particularly harsh environment.
To sum up…
If you do get your Jeep Grand Cherokee wrapped, your car will be protected from the elements and it will make a statement as you drive around your neighborhood. Wraps can easily be removed or change at a later time, in case you change your mind and desire a color change.
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