Leased Car Wrapping Service in Manchester
Are you getting a new lease car? Consider giving it a personalised touch with our lease car wrapping service in Manchester. At WRAPvehicles, we offer full vehicle wrapping options for lease cars and lease car companies, providing an array of benefits to protect and customise your leased vehicle.
Protect Your Investment
Leasing a car comes with the responsibility of maintaining its condition. Wrapping your leased vehicle can shield the original paintwork from scratches and chips, saving you from potential fines when returning the car at the end of the lease period.
Save with Special Offers
By choosing to wrap your lease car before delivery, you might find additional perks. Some dealerships may offer discounts on in-stock cars with unusual colours, making your choice of a custom wrap even more appealing.
We understand budget concerns, which is why we offer cost-effective solutions. The cost of your wrap can be spread over the term of your lease agreement, making it an affordable addition to your monthly expenses.
Custom Colours for Your Dream Car
Dreaming of a specific color, like matte black, for your new lease car? No problem! Coordinate with your lease company to have us collect the vehicle upon arrival, wrap it in your chosen colour or finish, and deliver it back to them for your pick-up.
Comprehensive Service Options
Our lease car service encompasses a wide range of products and services that lease companies can offer as add-ons to their customers. From colour change wraps to interior trim wraps and everything in between, we have you covered.
Product Offerings Include:
We have several years of experience working directly with prominent car dealerships and franchises, including smart-mercedes Manchester. Trust us to deliver top-notch services for your lease cars.
Easy Removal at Lease End
Most of the products we offer for lease cars can be removed at the end of the lease period, ensuring you can return the vehicle in factory spec without any complications.
Vehicle wrapping is the process of applying a vinyl film to the exterior of a vehicle to change its appearance or protect the original paint. Yes, you can typically wrap a leased car or van, but for extra peace of mind, review your lease agreement or consult with the leasing company to ensure it’s allowed. Although wraps are technically temporary, so once removed there will be no trace that the car has been wrapped.
When done correctly, vehicle wrapping is safe and won’t damage the original paint. In fact, it can protect the paint from minor scratches and UV damage. Professional installers use high-quality materials that can be removed without leaving residue or harming the paint.
You have a wide range of design and colour options when it comes to vehicle wraps. The fact the car is being leased doesn’t effect your choice.
The lifespan of a vehicle wrap depends on various factors such as the quality of the materials used and the level of care. On average, a well-maintained wrap can last 3 to 5 years. Which is well within the usual timeframe for a lease term. At the end of your lease term, you can just book in to remove the wrap and return the vehicle in its original condition. Removing the wrap should not damage the underlying paint.
While DIY vehicle wraps are possible, it is highly recommended to hire a professional installer. Professional installers have the necessary expertise, tools, and experience to ensure a seamless application that adheres properly to the vehicle’s contours and avoids potential issues.
The cost of vehicle wrapping can vary based on the size of the vehicle, the complexity of the design, and the quality of the materials used. On average, a partial wrap can cost a few hundred pounds, while a full wrap may range from £2,000 to £5,000 or more.
You should remove the vehicle wrap before the lease ends; however, some leasing companies may charge penalties if the wrap removal causes any damage to the vehicle. It’s essential to follow the correct removal process or have a professional company do it to avoid potential issues.
Vehicle wrapping can be a suitable option for concealing minor cosmetic damage or scratches on the original paint. However, it’s essential to note that the wrap will only be as smooth as the surface it’s applied to. Large dents or deep scratches may require additional preparation or repairs before wrapping to ensure the best result. Consulting with a professional installer can help determine the feasibility of wrapping a vehicle with existing damage.