Used Suzuki Bumper Re Enforcers

All used Suzuki Bumper Re Enforcers 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 Suzuki are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.

About Bumper Re Enforcers

A bumper is a vital safety feature on all vehicles and in order for a car to be considered roadworthy, it's a legal requirement to have both front and rear bumpers fitted.

The Suzuki rear bumper reinforcer, is essentially a sturdy metal bar bolted on to the rear bumper, or onto subframe behind the rear bumper, which acts as a bolster to the bumper, providing extra protection, and supporting the role of the bumper in the event of a rear end collision.

The job of the rear bumper is to absorb the impact of a crash, therefore offering protection to the car, by minimising damage to the frame and body of the car as well as internal and external parts. The rear bumper also serves to protect the occupants of the car in the event of a crash. By absorbing some of the impact of the collision, the rear bumper minimises the force of the crash for driver and passengers. The rear bumper is fixed to a bumper bracket on the rear of the car, enabling it to absorb some of the impact from a rear-end collision. The Suzuki bumper rear reinforcer is fixed onto the rear bumper, or behind it on the subframe, and functions to assist the rear bumper, adding extra reinforcement.

If the Suzuki bumper rear reinforcer needs replacing, having suffered damage in an accident, for example, it's advisable to buy a new or replacement part that has been manufactured to fit  the make, model and year of car.

Suzuki trivia

  • In 2015, Suzuki sponsored Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, but they cancelled the deal after Ant was arrested for driving while drunk.
  • The 2017 winner of Mrs South Africa, Hienqiwe Twala, got herself a Suzuki to treat herself after her victory.
  • Known for their motorbikes as much as their cars, Suzuki is the builder of the world's fastest bike, the Hayabusa. It has been clocked at over 186mph.
  • General Motors still has a 3% share in Suzuki, although this is considerably less than they used to have. Suzuki bought back 17% of the shares that GM had after the company started losing money in 2006.
  • Suzuki has joined forces with a Japanese firm called Hukato to try and win the Lunar XPrize announced by Google. The winning entrant is the first to land a vehicle on the moon and take high-def pictures of at least a 500 metre section of the moon.