Xsun automotive films are designed to enhance your vehicle’s appearance and to provide the performance features you desire. An array of optically clear and tinted films that range from high-performance metallized films and top-of-the-line ceramic films are available to customize your vehicle. Known for their quality and patented scratch-resistant coating, Xsun films are durable and virtually maintenance free. The quality of these automotive window films makes Xsun one of the leading automotive window film manufacturers in USA.
We offer two types of automotive film in shades ranging from 5% to 70%.
Perfect for adding the finishing touches to your vehicle.
High Performance Tint Pricing
- Front Windows Only – $70
- Back Glass Only – $95
- 2 Door Car – $195
- 4 Door Car – $250
- Regular Cab Truck – $100
- Extended Cab Truck – $120
- Crew Cab Truck – $150
- SUV – $245
- MINI VAN – $295
- LARGE VAN – $640
Ceramic Tint Pricing
- Front Windows Only – $190
- Back Glass Only – $135
- 2 Door Car – $295
- 4 Door Car – $400
- Regular Cab Truck – $140
- Extended Cab Truck – $220
- Crew Cab Truck – $245
- SUV – $395
- VAN – $450
- LARGE VAN – $860
**All prices listed are estimations. Certain circumstances may require a more labor intensive application and will require adjustments to the price. For an accurate quote, or to schedule a tint application, please contact our sales staff during business hours or stop by the showroom.
Check Out These Simple Tips to Ensure Your New Tint Looks Great for Years After Install!
Your new window tint will take up to 30 days to fully dry. Until this time your newly tinted windows may appear hazy or lumpy, and it may seem to have water bubbles, streaks, and defects. This is normal as the tint cures to the pores of the glass and small amounts of moisture trapped behind the film evaporate. This will go away, but requires some patience. If issues persist beyond 30 days, please contact us with your issues.
IMPORTANT: For vehicles, allow your new tint to dry for at least 72 hours before rolling your windows down!
Though we strive for perfection in all of our installations, due to the nature of the product, some degree of dust contamination and/or minor imperfections may be present in window tint application. This is especially true for older or dirtier vehicles. Side by sides and other recreational vehicles are notoriously prone to dust contamination.
Pre-existing flaws or scratches and metal deposits on the glass are often much more noticeable after the windows are tinted.
Small silvery looking spots or ‘metal rubs’ on some vehicle windows can sometimes be found in utility vehicles and car rear windshields, and are usually caused by a metal object (such as a baby stroller handle, umbrella, etc.) rubbing against the inner surface of the glass during travel. This rubbing can scratch or deposit metal onto the glass creating a silver or grey looking stain. Usually these these metal rubs and scratches aren’t very noticeable on plain glass but will likely be more noticeable once the window is tinted.
Your new window film should be cleaned with a soft clean cloth (the blue disposable shop towels that come in a roll works great). When choosing a cleaning solution, make sure to read the label and ensure it says Tint Safe. We prefer to use a foaming window cleaner (this can be found at almost any store). Ammonia based products should be avoided because these products can cause your film to fade over time. Most tint safe window cleaners are clearly labeled.
The black dots or thin lines generally at the top of most front and rear windshields and sometimes around the edges of your mirror mount are referred to as DOT Matrix. These can be quite thick on most cars and prevent the window film from sticking to the area between the dots. This can result in a whitish looking strip trimming the glass. Typically this isn’t very noticeable; however some cars have a wide band of dots trimming the top of the rear windshield. This area is so wide that the whitish looking area created is more pronounced. Unfortunately, the effect is generally unavoidable.
If your vehicle is equipped with defrost lines, at night you may notice that the light from headlights will reflect off of the defogger lines. This may cause a distorted look out of the glass. This is caused by the film having to bend slightly around the raised defogger line, it varies from car to car and is more common on Dodge vehicles. Unfortunately, there is not much that can be done about this.
Be Aware of Your New Window Tint
Your new tint is not indestructible and can be scratched, chipped, or dinged by various things. Most commonly this happens from seat belt clips hitting the windows, pets scratching the windows, or kids throwing toys. If your tint is damaged due to any accidents such as these or so many other possibilities, your warranty will not cover the repair cost. Lifetime warranty covers everything but physical damage to the film. This may cause you the unwanted expense of getting the damaged tint removed and replaced.
Perhaps the most important thing is to enjoy your new window tint and the benefits it brings to your vehicle or home! Window tint can reduce the heat passing through the glass, reduce glare from the sun, and bring a new stylish look to any vehicle or home! If you are happy with your new window tint, be sure to leave us a review and refer anyone you know to us, we could not provide this exceptional product to our community without the support of our happy customers!