How long does the vinyl wrap films last?

This is a tricky question, because there are a lot of factors especially once it is installed.
The vinyl films themselves will last anywhere from 3 to 7 years depending on the environment. Generally the stronger the sun and the more your car is outside under the sun the less the vinyl will keep it’s color brightness and may start to fail or crack sooner. If you live in Southern United States like California, Florida, Texas, etc. your vinyl film will last about 20-30% less due to the strength of the sun. This is true for all vinyl films no matter of the manufacturer. This is also true for paint. Colors that have a high content of red pigment will last the least as red pigments fade the quickest from all colors. These colors are Red, Purple, Yellow, Pink, Copper.
The other determining factor is the quality of the installation. Good installations will elongate the wrap look and feel and won’t fail by curling or peeling back.
Style durability in years:
Matte, Gloss, Liquid Metal, Metallic Sparkle, 3D Carbon Fiber, TrueR Carbon Fiber, TechArt Carbon Fiber, Brushed, Camouflage, Candy Diamond, Snake Skin, Wood Grain, Paint Protection Film: 5-7 years
Supercast & Holographic Chromes: 3-5 years
fading occurs faster the closer you are to the equator (the more south you are)
Satin Chrome: 4-6 years
Standard Chrome: 1-3 years
no UV protection on this film
Headlight Tint: 3-5 years