All Land Rover bumpers have been bent and formed into specific shapes, enabling them to absorb some of the momentum of a collision and keep you and your passengers safer. Land Rover bumpers contain a series of valves and hydraulic or air chambers to assist in absorbing impact energy. Some Land Rover bumpers are equipped with built-in crumple zones that further decrease the potential for injury during a collision. Land Rover bumpers are subject to rust if they are made of metal; when it comes to molded plastic and rubber Land Rover bumpers, over time the rubber components can corrode. If your Land Rover bumpers are damaged, bent, or completely detached from your vehicle due to rust, do not think it is okay to go without them for long. Land Rover bumpers are an important safety feature that should be maintained and cared for just as diligently as the rest of your vehicle.
Grills are generally situated on the front of the vehicle between the headlights in order to let air into the engine at the same time as protecting it. Another possible grill location is below the bumper in front of the wheels; these grills allow air to the brakes.