2008-2013 BMW M3 : Grille Cover Painted (Right; Passenger-Side)
Our 2008-2013 BMW M3 Grille Cover Painted <br> (Right; Passenger-Side) is the perfect replacement for your damaged part. Painted and Cleared, this brand new car part looks & fits just like the original BMW part and is ready to be installed immediately, saving you the time and hassle of leaving your car at the body shop.
2008-2013 BMW M3 Grille Cover Painted (Right; Passenger-Side)
OEM part number:
2008-2013 BMW M3
Front Side of Vehicle
Painted and Cleared
1 year, unlimited-mileage manufacturer warranty
Made of durable, impact-resistant material , this 2008-2013 BMW M3 Grille Cover Painted is designed to match OEM quality and fitment - guaranteed to fit your specified car. Made of quality impact-resistant material, this Grille Cover will withstand most roadside debris and weather conditions. The product is shipped in painted, ready-to-install condition, and can get you back on the road in no time.
It's Painted! Products are painted by our certified painting team which will save you the hassle of taking it to a local body shop. Using the latest paint technology, we are able to color match your Grille Cover to its original factory color. Backed by our Lifetime Paint Guarantee*, rest assured that you will not have any peeling, fading or cracking when you get your 2008-2013 BMW M3 Grille Cover painted by us.
ReveMoto painted parts are custom painted to match. Since each item is custom prepared and painted, cancellations will incur a restocking fee. Returns will incur a 50% restocking fee plus shipping charges.
For more information, read our detailed Return Policy.
If the item that has been purchased is defective, does not fit, or not as described, please contact our claims department within 30 days of receiving the product by filing a claim. We will provide instructions on the necessary steps to exchange the item or receive ReveMoto store credit.
Our large parts are NOT folded during shipping unlike many other online stores. This means our parts will remain in its original shape, and will have to ship via freight. If items arrive damaged via freight, customers must reject the items from the courier immediately. Otherwise, customer accepts and assumes responsibility of the current condition of the items delivered.
Smaller items will ship via USPS or FEDEX. If items arrive damaged via USPS or FEDEX, customers have up to 3 (three) days after delivery of the item to notify us of damages so we may file an insurance claim.
ReveMoto's painted auto body parts are backed by a lifetime paint warranty for any cracking/peeling/fading from normal weather conditions. This warranty is voided if the painted part shows visible damage or any chemical substance has been used not specified by your car manufacturer.
Common Product Questions
If you're unsure about the features your part contains, we always advise ordering by using the OEM number of the part you need. Simply call your local dealership to request the part number of the part you're trying to order. Usually, they'll require you to give them your VIN, which they will use to get you the exact part number for the part that fits your car.
Once you've obtained the OEM number from the dealership, cross-reference it with what's shown on our "Product Info" for "OEM part number" and proceed with selecting the corresponding drop down option.
Don't see your part number? You can always get in touch with our team and we'll be able to help you if the OEM number doesn't appear for any reason on our end.
There is OEM (original equipment manufacturer) parts, CAPA (certified automotive parts association) parts and aftermarket parts.
OEM parts are made by 3rd party companies in contract with the manufacturer to sell specifically through the dealerships (i.e. Mopar is owned by GMC)
CAPA parts are certified and inspected by an independent party (certified auto parts association) to meet specific quality and strength standards. CAPA parts are the standard when insurance companies adjust for vehicle collisions.
Aftermarket parts are often made by the same manufacturer as OEM and CAPA parts but do not hold the above titles. These parts are often indistinguishable from CAPA and OEM parts.
Please note: If our drop down options do not specify whether it is OEM, CAPA or aftermarket, then you can assume it is an aftermarket part.
Most body shops will say that a painted panel cannot be color matched without the car present and, or, without blending the paint. This is not entirely true.
Our paint line is formulated to match the mixture from the original formula the manufacturer painted the vehicle. What we do is choose the variant or create a special formula to mimic the color depending on the vehicle.
This means we do NOT paint your perfectly good adjacent panels; we don’t charge extra for labor and we don’t keep your car for days or weeks.
Yes! All of our painted car parts are finished with high-quality clear coat to achieve proper full paint coverage, referred to as OEM film thickness. The clear coat or top coat is what provides that glossy shine to your car and will protect the paint coat from harmful elements. Check out our article on clear coat.
Thanks for catching it! We are always working on our listings and continue to upload new products and paint codes on a daily basis. If you can't find what you're looking for, simply let us know by using our Car Part Request form to let us know what you need.
How to locate your paint code
Paint matching is essential. It's never a good idea to simply guess the color of your car. A red car isn't just red. It's fire engine red, brick red, or even a candy paint red. That's why choosing "red" for your touch up paint just isn't going to cut it. You may need to look in a few different places before you can successfully find your car's paint code.
Often, you can find your paint code on the driver's side door sticker, right where you find your tire pressure settings. Open your door and you'll usually find a sticker around the door jam. If you can't locate your vehicle's VIN and paint code sticker, read our detailed How Do I Find My Car's Paint Code
article for more detailed information on how to find it.