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Used Honda Panel Fronts

All used Honda Panel Fronts listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Honda from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Panel Fronts

The Honda front panel is a pressed steel or plastic car body part that makes up the front face of the vehicle. It's designed to be specific to the make and model of your vehicle. 

This rigid piece connects the two front wings. The Honda front panel is bolted to the front of the chassis and to the left and right wings. Forming an integral part of the car body, the Honda front panel functions to protect the vehicle, passengers and driver inside the car, forming part of the car body. 

The front panel usually houses the radiator grille, sometimes headlights and indicators and the engine bonnet lock. The car badge is often displayed on the front panel of the vehicle. 

The usual reason for replacement of this part is frontal crash damage.

Honda trivia

  • As a company, Honda is responsible for the manufacturing of more than 14 million engines every single year.
  • The Indy 500 race in America should probably just give Honda the cup to keep because they’ve won more races than any other car manufacturer.
  • Honda’s main plant in Japan is so big that it has its own airport.
  • Honda vehicles have shown up in a few films, most notably in Pulp Fiction when an SL was used by Bruce Willis to drive into Ving Rhames. Tarantino used Hondas in Kill Bill too, so he’s clearly a fan! Most car lovers will also recognise the Honda S2000 that was used in the first two Fast and Furious films.
  • Honda’s first SUV was the Passport, and it proved so popular that it still gets regular updates and redesigns.