Oh, it's pretty dark. I wasn't sure if it was tinted because it was an SE, or because the dealer put it on. I'll check back with the dealer. I had my Elantra tinted after-market and it was a superior job...didn't bubble up, even under 100+ degrees. But this stuff....I'm disappointed with it.How dark is your glass? The reason I ask is because if it is dark, then that is not factory and was likely a dealer add-on. I've seen a lot of dealers do this...
Our windows come very, very lightly tinted from the factory (something in the order of 70%) - practically clear. The factory tint is in glass itself (instead of on it) and shouldn't be bubbling up but if it is, then it's definitely a warranty claim. If you have a darker aftermarket film, you're at the mercy of whoever installed it. Check with the dealer that sold you the car and see what they say!
The last place I used was about $150-175 and did a quality job used 3M Color-Stable film and offered a warranty for as long as I owned the car. I will probably go back there if I don't get satisfaction from the dealer.From what I've gathered from the last 2 years of serious research into QUALITY tint jobs... unless you PERSONALLY know the tinter, for a quality tint job, you're looking at NO LESS than $175 for quality tint like LLumar or SolarGard. Of course, if you know the tinter, you may be able to get it done for much less, as most of that price is labor. Typically, any $99 tint specials you see are the crappiest tint money can buy put on by the crappiest tinter known to man. They will bubble, severely discolor, or peel.
Unfortunately, the few dealerships that do have the cars on their lot window tinted use crappy tint and inexperienced noobs.