Your factory bumpers serve an important purpose, which is to protect both you and your passengers in the event of a collision. They do so by absorbing the impact energy to limit the effects on those in your cabin. Bumpers also help to limit the severity of pedestrian injuries that could be caused by your vehicle's body parts.
Types of Bumpers
Today's bumpers are mostly made of either polycarbonate (PC) or acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), rather than the steel bumpers of old. Some may have a reinforcement bar made from plastic, aluminum, steel, or fiberglass composite behind the cover.
Bumper size can make a difference, depending on your commute. Smaller bumpers are more fuel efficient, while longer bumpers with sizeable overhangs offer greater protection on trails and off-roading adventures.
Genuine OEM Bumpers Fit Best
Scratches, dings, scrapes, and dents are all part of a bumper's everyday existence. Alone, those aren't reason enough to replace them – unless you can't deal with their unsightly appearance. However, if your bumper is at risk of detaching – or has already come loose, you need to replace it ASAP. Not only is driving with a missing bumper unsafe, but it may also be against the law.
Fortunately, it's easy to order a replacement bumper made by your manufacturer when you shop our online auto parts catalog. We only sell the genuine bumpers that are guaranteed to be compatible with your model, offering the peace of mind you need when buying online. Have questions? Contact us and our team of parts experts will be happy to assist. Once you complete your order, we'll get right to work on having it shipped directly to your home!
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