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Your bumper is the safety car part that protects your vehicle. Still, not so many drivers think their bumper is a big deal until they are involved in a collision and have no other way but to replace this damaged item. However, it isn't the only situation when you have to replace your bumper. Unfortunately, this part of your vehicle is vulnerable to rust, and that means you will have to search for a new bumper sooner or later.

The CARiD's team knows that searching for any car part can turn out to be a real ordeal, especially if you know nothing about particular laws and regulations, manufacturer specs, and so on. That's why we did our best to create the widest collection of top-notch bumpers and bumper accessories. Now you don't have to lose a lot of time looking for the A1 aftermarket bumper as we have done it for you. Our extensive list includes car parts for all car makes and models, so you can browse our search engine to find the product you need. This section has been made for Volkswagen bumpers, bumper covers, bumper protector strips, and other accessories to choose from.

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      # sp2226
      Rear Bumper Insert by Replace. These small panels obscure holes in the bumper that, if left uncovered, would detract from the vehicles appearance. They can become dislodged and lost, or damaged in minor impacts. If you have a bumper...
      $5.52 - $171.52
    • (7 reviews)
      # sp2233
      Front Bumper Molding by Replace. Bumper moldings are usually installed horizontally on the bumper, either along the length of the bumper or on just the corners. They can be both decorative and also protect the bumper from very minor...
      $2.96 - $484.61
    • (20 reviews)
      # sp15805
      Front Bumper Cover by Sherman.
      $16.70 - $663.29
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp15807
      Rear Bumper Cover by Sherman.
      $40.95 - $409.49
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp2221
      Rear Bumper Valance by Replace. A bumper valance, also known as an air dam or rear spoiler, is a panel located below the bumper, usually installed for decorative or aerodynamic purposes. If your bumper valance sustains damage, you...
      $15.82 - $297.11
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp15803
      Bumper Valance by Sherman.
      $17.67 - $345.40
    • (2 reviews)
      # sp15801
      Bumper Spoiler by Sherman.
      $9.50 - $306.31
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp2227
      Front Bumper Spoiler by Replace. A bumper spoiler, also known as an air dam or front valance, is a panel located below the bumper, usually installed for decorative or aerodynamic purposes. If your bumper spoiler sustains damage, you...
      $9.25 - $335.91
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp2228
      Rear Bumper Spoiler by Replace. A bumper spoiler, also known as an air dam or front valance, is a panel located below the bumper, usually installed for decorative or aerodynamic purposes. If your bumper spoiler sustains damage, you...
      $19.64 - $252.46
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp15799
      Bumper Reflector by Sherman.
      $3.72 - $161.04
    • (5 reviews)
      # sp15800
      Bumper Reinforcement by Sherman.
      $3.22 - $525.93
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp1342
      Front Bumper Reinforcement Bar by Replace. The bumper reinforcement bar is located behind the plastic bumper cover and is the main impact absorbing bumper component. It absorbs the energy in a collision to protect valuable safety...
      $8.70 - $573.76
    • (2 reviews)
      # sp15788
      Bumper Absorber by Sherman.
      $9.78 - $207.31
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp1341
      Rear Bumper Absorber by Replace. The bumper absorber is located behind the decorative plastic bumper cover. As its name implies, the bumper absorber takes up the impact energy in a collision, to protect valuable body and mechanical...
      $17.94 - $160.25
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      # sp15798
      Bumper Molding by Sherman.
      $6.78 - $174.60




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      How Do I Repair Or Replace My Plastic Painted Bumper?
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    Volkswagen Bumpers Reviews

    Average rating:  5  5 - 7 reviews
    3.5 of 5
    Valance Bumper
    Very good quality valance bumper. Good price. Except for shipping which was around $40.
    EPosted by Edgar (Vancouver, WA) /
    2000 Volkswagen Jetta
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