Used Alfa Romeo Bumper Grille Centres

All used Alfa Romeo Bumper Grille Centres listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list used car parts for Alfa Romeo are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.

About Bumper Grille Centres

The Alfa Romeo bumper grille centre is a rigid panel with a grating, basically parallel slits or vents running vertically, or a mesh construction, that covers the centre section of the bumper, allowing air to flow through into the engine compartment and offering some protection to the bottom part of the engine.

The Alfa Romeo bumper grille centre is fixed to the front of the car, directly on to the front bumper. The Alfa Romeo bumper grill centre also acts as a filter, stopping dirt, stones and other road debris from entering into the body of the car.

Centre bumper grilles are made from a variety of materials, commonly stainless steel, ABS plastic or aluminium and come in a variety of styles and finishes.

Positioned at the front of the car, the Alfa Romeo bumper grille centre takes a bit of a pounding on the road over time and can be subject to dents, marks, chips and scratches. It can fall prey to knocks and bumps and prone to damage in a frontal crash.  It is important that you choose the right replacement Alfa Romeo bumper grille centre for the make, model and year of your car.

Alfa Romeo trivia

  • Due to tax shenanigans, the very first Alfa-branded car was named the 24HP, even though it came with a 25 horsepower 4.1-litre engine. It was quick and could do a satisfying 62mph, despite having wooden spoke wheels.
  • In the 1960s, Alfa Romeo shifted their designs and started manufacturing a line of more luxurious models. One of the most popular was the Alfa Romeo 2600, one of which was even owned by the Pope.
  • One of the most famous onscreen appearances of an Alfa Romeo was in the James Bond film Octopussy when the superspy stole a graphite GTV6. The car brand shows up again in Quantum of Solace, racing against Bond’s Aston Martin.
  • Alfa is an acronym, standing for Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili, but few people are aware of where the word Romeo came from. It’s actually the surname of the Italian engineer Nicola Romeo, who bought the company as WWI was raging.
  • There was a long period where Alfa Romeo simply stopped selling cars to the USA. Exports stopped in 1995 and didn’t resume again until 2015 when they launched the 4C sports car.