I haven't priced a wrap, but I think it would be more expensive than having someone prep and re-clear it. If the color coat is OK, then reapplying clear coat would make it last longer.
Depends on what your expectations are. I just wanted it to look better, and it did, but it did not last.I thought there was as much body prep as a paint job anyway...need a very smooth surface before wrapping.
My buddy in Texas also regretted getting this Ram with a wrap. Close to 3 years of ownership and the wrap is turning ugly.My experience. Black truck in the desert, clear coat peeled off. I tried to see if anyone would re-clear it and no one would touch it. Repaint was $6k plus. The wrap was $2k. I was pleased with it for 4 years, and then the sun ate the hood (black vinyl) and now the top (white vinyl). The shop gave me a 7-year warranty, but now they say they won't warranty the hood and top. We also have 3 wraps on fire apparatus to put black tops on red vehicles (not my choice then, but it was stupid), and now the wraps look like p00p and will be very difficult to remove. In my opinion, I will NEVER again do a wrap. The only way it makes sense is on a new car you are trying to protect, you are going to park it indoors, and plan on redoing it every few years before the sun destroys it.