i guess its hyundais way of making money, a jerk on the fog lamp brakes the mounts on both the fog lamp as well as the bumper, the mounting is attached to a separate casing on the fog lamp and can be removed from the main reflector housing, but hyundai doesn't sell it separately, and you will also need a new bumper.
i was having a smoke a few days back at the ciggi shop and a guy with a verna with his fog lamp missing came there, i enquired how it happened and he told me, there was road tar on his fog lamp he was cleaning it and it broke of
the bumper is made of cheap and light quality to increase fe, which in turn made it brittle.
now if hyundai makes it firm and hard it will ad weight to the car and may decrease fe.
but as sandy said the upgrade one costs 1300 and i paid 1250 twice for bumpers i wonder whats the changes made, A SHEET OF BUBBLE WRAP ADDED?
also what bensam says is true, we've had lots of cars and under slight collisions they stay intact or bulge inwards and can be pushed out, if the collision is at higher speeds it absorbs the impact first and then shatters throwing away most of the impact force.
And over this you diesel guys have an intercooler which costs 16k and is mostly plastic also the radiator has more plastic to it and insurance guys make excuses while covering it, radiator costs 7k if I'm right.
also fenders are of thin metal. Its pretty light
by the way I've seen most white verna with scrapes to the bumper or paint peeled of. Its not much evident on carbon grey or black, not to mention at some edges on the bumper my paint has come of hardly noticeable unless i closely view it
by the way can't enjoy trance over volume 8 anymore the rear door panel rattles like anything now