How much does it cost to replace a wing mirror?

According to our research, a wing mirror replacement cost in the UK ranges between £160 to £346 per wing mirror. The average cost is usually around £270 including parts and labour.

The cost of a wing mirror replacement depends on your car and whether only part or the whole wing mirror needs to be fixed. The cost of the replacement will also depend on where in the UK you’re based and who the work is carried out by.

As with many other car components, over the years wing mirrors have developed from a rather simple solution and design into something much more complex and, annoyingly, more expensive to fix.

Can I carry out a wing mirror replacement myself?

Given the amount of electrical componentry inside a modern wing mirror, this can be a complicated job that’s often best left to an expert.


If you’re a pretty handy DIY mechanic, however, and have the car’s manual or a good YouTube video to guide you, it shouldn’t be too much of a challenge to buy and replace one yourself.

If you do decide to carry out a wing mirror replacement at home, you’ll need to ensure that it can be adjusted to provide a good view of the rear of your car. 

What additional factors could affect a wing mirror replacement?

Usually, the cost of replacing a wing mirror is down to the make and model, who you choose to do the work and where in the country you’re based, yet there are a few extra circumstances that could affect the price.

For example, electric wing mirrors can cause more complex issues and can be more complicated to repair or replace. They have various electrical components that can fail and will need to be rewired if you require a replacement wing mirror. As with any other safety component in your car, you should ensure that both your wing mirrors remain in good working order and intact at all times.

What are the costs of wing mirror replacement parts?

Prices for a new wing mirror vary for each make and model. The price of a wing mirror from Eurocarparts varies between £54 up to £130 for a mid-range car.

Remember that the price for parts only constitutes part of the overall repair cost. The cost of the parts must be combined with the costs of labour,