Rear Bumper for Prius v

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  1. priusplus_fr

    priusplus_fr New Member

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    Hi everybody!
    I am looking for a rear bumper for my Prius V (2012 ZVW40).
    Reference on toyota is: 52159-47909
    In my area, there are many shops offering the 52159-47905 which officially is for Prius 2009+ (ZVW30).
    I found out on a website that give both references for the same rear bumper: 52159-47905 & 52159-47909 (source: klokkerholm website)
    Can someone confirm me wether the reference 52159-47905 can fit my Prius V? are there any really differences between the two models? (47905 & 47909)
    Thanks.
     
  2. Ivan White

    Ivan White Junior Member

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    The ZVW30 is the hatchback Prius. You want one for the ZVW40 Prius v wagon.
     
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    OK I have been searching and definitely these are not the same. Those from Prius V have additional two side lights compare to other models.
     
  4. mikefocke

    mikefocke Prius v Three 2012, Avalon 2011

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    I can't. However, if you got hit in the rear, be looking at what is under the cosmetic cover "bumper" as that is what provides the protection. Those cosmetic "bumpers" can often be repaired by a good body shop. But the real bumpers and crushable structure you want new.
     
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    My rear bumper somehow cracked the plastic around the visible right screw when you open the trunk.
    I'll try to send a pic as soon as it possible.
     
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    I have a prius v rear bumper for sale if you’re interested. Just send me a message
     
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    Problem fixed with glue and baking soda.
     
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    The baking soda was used for... what?
     
  9. Mendel Leisk

    Mendel Leisk Lapsed Cargo Cultist

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    Today's bumpers are "glass jaw" jokes. A little bit of cosmetic damage is the invariably outcome of any amount of contact, and repair is preferable whenever possible, and it keeps a perfectly serviceable "bumper" out of the landfill. If you can swing it with your insurance, body shops can do a completely seamless repair.

    For battle scars you wear with pride:

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    When we took my wife's 2012 Prius v to the Toyota/Lexus dealer's body shop a few months ago to have its front bumper cover repaired/repainted due to curb scrapes and a little crack near a fog light it turned out that buying a new bumper cover cost the same as having the original bumper cover repaired.
     
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