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Grille Information

In functional terms, the front end of your car is designed to serve some very important purposes. Because the hood of your car houses the most important functional elements, the area surrounding this is designed with those elements in mind. One key factor is that the engine area must remain well ventilated and relatively cool. Internal combustion engines put off an astounding amount of heat that is caused by the many explosions that power the vehicle. Left to its own devices, an engine would very quickly overheat Ė and overheating will stop engine function and may damage components. For this reason, your vehicle has been outfitted with a chrome, black, honeycomb grille pattern or painted grille assembly. This slatted, open area at the front of your car provides for ample air circulation in the engine area. While there are a number of cooling systems in place designed to ensure that your engine does not overheat, the most basic factor is that the front end of your car is not completely sealed off but rather is open to the air in many places. Plus, the opening at the front of your carís hood is a great place to add style and personality. For great options and deals on every car part, visit PartsGeek.com.

Grille

A new grille is the perfect solution if you’re looking for a way to keep your car protected while still showing off your personality. These products are an easy way to change things up and ensure your car truly matches your style. Installing a high-quality grille also makes a huge difference when it comes to the protection of your vehicle’s vital components.

At PartsGeek.com, we offer a large variety of high-quality grilles from trusted manufacturers. We are committed to providing competitive prices for name brand products with fast delivery times. On top of it all, we offer a 30-day return policy and work with you to make sure you select the perfect grille for your vehicle.

What is a grille?

A car’s grille primarily exists to protect the inner workings of your car while still allowing air to flow throughout. They usually come in the form of some type of screen and in all sorts of custom styles. The right one can make the difference between your relative’s used car and one that really turns heads.

How much is a new grill?

A new grill can vary greatly in price depending on a number of factors. At PartsGeek.com, most of our grills range in price from $50 to $500. These are some factors that can affect the exact price:

  • Year, make and model of your vehicle
  • Brand
  • OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) replacement parts or aftermarket parts
  • Types of materials

What should I look for when buying a grille?

The first things to establish before shopping for a new or replacement grille is the year, make and model of your car. Not every product fits on every car, but we make it easy for you to filter by these specifications to make sure you only see compatible grilles for your car. Once you have narrowed down your search, start by considering the material. Car grilles can be constructed out of a variety of materials. If you’re looking for a strong metal option, stainless steel or aluminum are good fits. If cost is a concern, plastic options are often less expensive. Many people also choose to finish their car’s grille with a color or a chrome coating to really show off some flair.

What is the difference between different types of grills?

Multiple types of grills are available. Some of the most common types include billet and mesh. A billet grill can be identified by its construction; it is typically made with parallel strips of material that can be vertical, horizontal or diagonal. Mesh grills are usually more complex and involve strips of material that cross over each other rather than placed in a parallel fashion. The primary difference between the two is their appearance, so feel free to select the grill that best matches the look you’re going for.


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