How Much Does Undercoating Cost?

Undercoating is one of the most effective way to stop corrosion and rust before it starts, extending the life of the vehicle.  It can also help reduce road noise since debris won’t make contact with the metal.

The best time to undercoat your car is when you purchase it brand new since the car hasn’t been driven yet and is a reason why most dealers offer this as an add-on; however, used vehicles can have the job performed as well.

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How much does undercoating cost?

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Average Reported Cost: $248.33

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  1. Sharon auto inc (Syracuse,  New York) paid $565 and said:

    Done at dealership / 2& 1/2 hrs

    Was it worth it? Yes

  2. Pat (Cedar Rapids,  Iowa) paid $ and said:

    I haven’t had the undercoating done yet, but I believe I have been overcharged. It said in the article that it only last a couple yr. That’s crazy expensive.

    Was it worth it? Yes

  3. Dave (Stewartsville ,  New Jersey) paid $180 and said:

    I did the job myself and paid 180$ in tools, spray paint, and rust converter. Total pain in the butt doing the job on jack stands. Looks really nice. Can’t wait to hit the road salt skiing in VT. Had a previous car that had a brake line rot due to rust. It’s a good investment

    Was it worth it? Yes

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