If you’re wondering how much it will cost to replace your vehicle bumper, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll walk through all of the factors that go into estimating what a replacement bumper will cost, starting with some general information about bumpers and ending with an actual price quote from one of our partner shops. Ready? Let’s get started!
Cost of parts
In addition to the price of your new bumper, you will need to factor in the cost of installation and painting. A bumper for a passenger car can cost anywhere between $100 and $1,000. Installation and painting the new bumper can cost between $200 and $600. Bumpers for pickup trucks, SUVs and luxury vehicles will have higher costs.
According to Cost Helper, installation and painting the new bumper can cost between $200 and $600. The labor costs for this process will vary depending on the type of vehicle being worked on. A passenger car bumper might cost about $100-$200 in labor, while an SUV or pickup truck might cost closer to $400-$600.
Accessories included in the total price
The bumper replacement cost is the total cost of replacing your car bumper, including installation and painting. The cost will depend on the make, model and year of your vehicle. Depending on the type of bumper, it can be anywhere from $100-1,000 for a passenger car bumper. Installation costs are an additional $200-600 for passenger cars or $300-$900 for pickup trucks or SUVs with heavy duty bumpers.
For luxury vehicles with expensive parts such as headlights or taillights that need to be replaced in addition to the bumper, there can be additional fees that add hundreds of dollars onto the bumper replacement cost.
Did you know that your car insurance may cover the cost of a new bumper? If you have collision coverage on your car insurance, this will cover the cost of repairing or replacing your bumper. You'll be able to find out whether or not your coverage includes a new bumper by checking with your provider.