both a wrap or paint will get damaged as the machine gets used, scratched and such from driving thru the woods, boots, things tossed on racks and stones and such!
so, either one when done right, will IMO last about the same
I let my niece and nephew (like 5-7 yrs old), rattle can paint mine, I didn't care HOW it looked,. they used flat black wally world .99 cent a can paint
didn't wash , prep or anything to plastic, and it stuck like glue >
as it comes off from wear and tear, being washed or??? I re touch up , again, rattle and spray, little to NO prep work, been this way now about 10+ yrs, I wouldn;t call it pretty, but I am not trying to have a pretty ATV , it works well for me, back when I did a lot of property managing and needed to park it and chase trespassers, as it was a lot harder to see being all flat black, over the honda Red it was!
I did do a much better job on re doing the frame and racks, with POR 15, about 12+ yrs back now I think, and there still holding up very very well, I DO know,
if you get this stuff(POR-15) on your plastic, its about possible to get off, minus using a wire wheel. SO, I would think, since this stuff, needs to be top coated with what ever PAINT you want/color.
I would think it would make for one heck of a great base coat, that once it cures, its about as hard as powder coating is,I DON"T Know if it would flex at all if a fender got bent or the likes, but I am sure it wouldn;'t scratch off from twigs and boots! its a LONG lasting coating, can hit it with a hammer and it doesn't seem to damage it LOL
be a lot of work to do it right, removing all plastic's and al, but sure to some its not that bad to get the end result they want<
BUT< if for some reason you didn;t like it, you'd be needing NEW plastic's to get back to OEM
me , My atv is a tool, having it look pretty went out the window after the first few yrs, after that, its just about doing PM"s and making it run /last as long as I can!