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Comparing Bull Bar Installations and Prices

Adding extra protection to your vehicle is important if you are going to be using your vehicle off-road, in places where there is good chance that the front of your vehicle can get damaged. Whether its bushes, tree branches dense undergrowth, and sometimes even poor unsuspecting animals that happen to run in front of the car while you are driving; the damaged caused is often unavoidable and in some cases it can actually leave your vehicle in a really bad state.

Before you rush out to buy one of them, it is usually a good idea to do a quick comparison on the different bull bar installations and prices that are available on the market. It’s not surprising to note that the prices of bull bars are generally dependent on the type materials that have been used, the size of the bull bar, as well as the type of modifications that have been made to it. It may sound strange to hear, but the Electronic Fitment Centre has found that bull bars have even been installed by vehicle owners as nothing more than a cosmetic accessory.

Why Bother With a Bull Bar Installation?

4×4 fanatics will often tell you that headlights, spots, grills, and even the engine itself is constantly at risk of getting damaged by trees and bushes while you are driving past them out in the wild. The bull bar provides a fair amount of protection against all of that and a whole lot more. It is ideal for travelling off-road; however, driving your 4×4 on an urban road requires a bit more care because you can cause damage to other vehicles if you are not aware of your surroundings.

You may have also heard it being referred to as a “nudge bar” and it’s usually so that you can drive up behind another vehicle that could be stuck somewhere and push it out of the way, or to move a broken down vehicle off the road. Giving it a gentle nudge works particularly well with other 4x4s when you are off-road and using it against a bumper, tow bar or even a rear mounted spare tyre.

Bull Bar Prices and Accessories

You also have the option to customise a bull bar so that it is better suited for your vehicle and what you plan to use it for. You can add additional cover around the lights, cover off the front grill completely, and add a winch or even spot lights, as long as you have some use for it on your next off-road adventure.

Just remember that more accessories and features will push the price up and may affect your affordability.

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