How much does a car grill replacement cost?

I was in a minor fender-bender the other day with the worst damage to my front grill, so much so that I think I’ll probably have to get a new one. How much does a car grill replacement cost?

Andrew Biro · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
For the cost of a car grill replacement expect to pay somewhere between $100 and $500.
If all you’re doing is buying a new, used, or aftermarket grill as a replacement and plan on installing it yourself, you’re probably only looking at a total cost of roughly $100 to $300. The exact price will largely depend on your vehicle make/model and the grill’s specifications, material, and finish.
But if you plan on buying a new grill and getting it installed by a professional mechanic, expect to pay closer to $300 to $500 to account for labor costs. Of course, your vehicle’s make and model is very important when estimating the cost of a grill replacement, which means you could pay well over $500 if you drive a truck or luxury vehicle..
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