Chrysler Vehicle Wraps

Chrysler, one of the Big 3 US automakers, was founded over a century ago by Walter P Chrysler and is now one of the leading manufacturers of cars and trucks in the world. Since the beginning the Chrysler story has been one of innovation and the will to overcome. Its first production vehicle was the self-named Chrysler with advanced features at a surprisingly affordable price. Fast forward to today and it's clear that Chrysler hasn't forgotten its roots and is still making stylish and incredibly affordable vehicles everyday. Whether you've got a PT Cruiser you want to restore with a 3M™ color change wrap or a 300C whose hood you want to wrap with a roll of Rwraps™ 3D Carbon Fiber, we've got a tremendous selection for you to choose from.

Chrysler Vehicle Wraps — Made for the Enthusiast

Got a slightly used Crossfire that you want to make good as new? Choose a color change wrap from  3M™ to get full palette of factory-style colors and great finishes like Satin, Matte, Brushed and Matte Metallic too. Wrap your entire 200 or Pacifica for a brand new, factory painted look! But don't stop there:  Rwraps™ Silver Chrome and Carbon Fiber vinyl are the perfect way to upgrade your Town & Country's panels or wrap the interior of your 300 with Brushed Titanium. The sky really is the limit when you lay it on with our premium vinyl vehicle wraps!

How Much Vinyl Does Your Chrysler Need?

The best way to figure out how much vinyl your Chrysler (car, truck or SUV) will need is by using this simple formula. Take the length of your vehicle and multiply it by three (one for each side and the roof, hood and trunk) plus an extra 5 to 10 feet for bumpers, rocker panels, spoilers and mistakes. The following example should help:

  • The 2017 Chrysler 300 is 199 inches in length.
  • 199 inches x 3 = 50 feet + 10 feet = 60 feet
  • Therefore, you would need two 60-inch by 10 yard rolls to completely wrap your 300C.

Just in case you don't have this exact Chrysler  we've provided this handy guide to help you estimate how much vinyl wraps you might need.

  • Small-size vehicles: 25 to 30 feet (10 to 16 yards). The Chrysler Crossfire.
  • Midsize cars: 35 to 50 feet. Examples of Chrysler vehicles in this range are the Sebring Convertible.
  • Full-size vehicles: 55 to 70 feet. Examples of Chrysler sedans in this range are the 300 and 200.
  • SUVs, Trucks & Minivans: 75 to 100 feet. The Pacifica and Town & Country would be the only Chryslers in this range.

Please note: Chrysler vehicle wraps are meant for application only on OEM paint jobs.

Chrysler Vehicle Wraps Specs

Both 3M™ and Rwraps™ Chrysler vehicle wraps are designed to be used it right out of the box without overlaminate. Dual-cast with double color layers, you can depend on them not to discolor or deform even when applied around the most extreme of curves unlike cheaper, calendared films. Enjoy the convenience and quality of our professional grade, DIY ready films and get to wrapping post haste!

  • Dual-cast, dual-layered 3+ mil films
  • Available in over 200 colors and finishes
  • Pressure-sensitive adhesives
  • Invisible, air-egress channels for bubble-free results
  • Sold by the foot in widths of 12, 24 60 inch rolls (Series 1080 is only available in 60-inch wide format)
  • Semi-permanent and removable

Get Cash to Wrap Your Chrysler

When you wrap your Chrysler with Rwraps™ or Series 1080 vinyl wraps don't forget to take great pics of your work because when you send 5 or 6 high-quality photos into us you can get cash back! That's right when you submit your pictures and a review we'll give you a refund of up to $20 plus we'll post your pics to our site so you get a little fame with your fortune too!

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