Toyota Camry Front And Rear Bumper Replacement Cost (2001 – 2019)

How Much Does A Front / Rear bumper Replacement Cost For A Toyota Camry?

The cost to replace a front / rear bumper for a Toyota Camry is between $955 and $1540 depending on whether you get it done at a local mechanic or at the dealership and also your location as labor rates vary from place to place. If you get it done at a local mechanic shop you can expect to pay between $950 to $1100 but if you get it done at the dealership expect to pay between $1200 to $1500 for a front / rear bumper replacement. In some parts of the US, you might be able to get it done for around $750 to $800  but for the most part, you can expect to pay over $900. This cost includes the cost of the painted bumper cover plus the labor. Also, if you are getting it done at a local mechanic, make sure you ask them if they will be using an OEM Toyota bumper cover or an aftermarket one.


Toyota Camry
Bumper Replacement Cost (Front / Rear)
2001 – 2003 $1055 – $1540
2004 – 2005 $1073 – $1517
2006 – 2008 $1028 – $1490
2009 – 2011 $1010 – $1540
2012 – 2013 $955 – $1510
2014 – 2015 $968 – $1460
2016 – 2018 $980 – $1530
2019 $970 – $1535


Toyota Camry Bumper Cover Price (prices taken from
Year OEM Front Bumper Price
OEM Rear Bumper Price
2001 $412 $425
2002 – 2005 $341 $323
2006 – 2010 $297 – $326 $306
2011 – 2019 $246 – $288 $239 – $323


Things To Keep In Mind When Getting A Front / Rear Bumper Replacement:

Keep in mind that if there is further damage to things under the bumper cover such as the shock assembly or lighting or damage to the side fenders then the cost might be higher.

If you do decide to do the bumper replacement yourself you could possibly lower your costs by half or even less than that. An OEM bumper cover for a Camry will cost you around $200 – $300 whereas a non-OEM one would cost you roughly $50 to $100. These prices are without factoring in the cost of painting the bumper (around $200) which will have to be done later or there are also options to buy pre-painted aftermarket bumpers for around $200 to $250. However, there are mixed reviews from people who have ordered aftermarket front / rear bumper covers from sites like eBay with some saying that the bumpers fit and color match perfectly while others say that neither the color nor the fit is great and some people find that there is damage to the paint during shipping.   If you are not keen on non-OEM bumper covers but still want an affordable one, looking for bumper covers at a salvage yard might be an option which after you pick it up would have to be sanded down, primed and then painted.

Is it better to repair or replace your bumper?  In most cases, the cost of repairing your bumper would almost be the same as just getting a new replacement unless there isn’t serious damage to your bumper like if there is just a dent, you can probably just pop it out from the inside or if there are only some cracks, you could probably just use something like the Bondo bumper repair kit to get it fixed.