2006 crash repair estimate

Asked by Mar 19, 2017 at 11:30 PM about the 2006 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2006 Ford Fusion that has crash damage to the front right fender,
wheel well, front right bumper, headlight, front right wheel rim is cracked
and washer fluid bottle. There is no suspension damage, only damage to
the body so I am looking at what anyone would think the cost of the repair
might be.

Also I'm not interested in an answer that says "it's hard to tell" or "there
might be more damage" and then you don't give a figure on the the cost.
That's completely not what I'm asking and not helpful.

3 Answers

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your best bet is having a shop look at it. i can almost certainly tell you repair costs will supersede the value of your vehicle

"Also I'm not interested in an answer that says "it's hard to tell" or "there might be more damage" and then you don't give a figure on the the cost. That's completely not what I'm asking and not helpful." You didn't at all answer what I asked and you obviously didn't read my full post. Do you have an actual $ amount?

257,735

Your asking for a number that we can't guess without seeing pictures and inspecting the vehicle ourselves, plus most of us that answer questions here are not auto body shop techs. There is always hidden damage BTW. Auto body shops charges can be from high to low depending on if they use new parts or used parts, paint, and where you live, etc. Get at least three quotes from local shops to get a good idea on cost. These days, just to paint a bumper can be $500-$1000. Did you contact your insurance agent yet?

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