Here is a picture.Picture is worth a thousand words. My kid ran his Eclipse into a raccoon and put a huge crack into the bumper COVER. OP, what you broke is not bumper, it's bumper cover.
So I patched his cover with fiberglass cloth and resin, from behind.
It depends. Once again, it boils down to your sense of aesthetics and ability to drive around with something that is not looking that good.
Otherwise, bumper cover paint job is $400 or so. I had my rear one done for a hundred, but I have the right neighbor, you know.
You may try calling around and locating one same color at a salvage yard maybe?
Unless you are local to me and I can hook you up with my guy. Auburn WA.
Also try this place:
as I used them quite a few times. Inexpensive. You may look into local stores availability. But you'll still need to paint the cover from them.
So your saying pretty much to pop the dent out and rig it?Give this to a shop. It's not the cover itself, the area where clips hold it in place to fender well is likely damaged too. I mean, it can be rigged..... We had very similar hit on son's Mazdaspeed this time, same side, and that cover never wanted to stay in place right thereafter. Kept popping up and such. I finally resined it in place, forever.
Black color is good though. Front cover gets dirty very fast and no one will notice some shade difference.
Took a second look at it. Well, with some patience and heat gun, the dent can be pushed back out. Will not be pretty. That plastic they use for covers, it's very pliable. Then you will still have to do some paint job and rig clips to stay in place. Zipties work.
Like I said, it all boils down to how tolerant to "ugly" vs "save money" are you.