I know it is apples and oranges, but my wife was hit in the front end of her 08 Subaru Outback and the damage was very much the same as this. Needed new headlights, bumper and cover, radiator support had to be fixed, needed a new radiator. Some minor body work. A few misc parts. Didn't seem like all that much in the end, but it ended up costing 7400$ to fix. Depending on what state you are in, the write off amount could be as little as 1875$ if your car is indeed valued at 2500$. New York totals out vehicles if repair costs exceed 75% of the cars value. Expect labor to cost half or more of the repair. That doesn't leave you with a whole lot of room for replacement parts. Hopefully the damage to your vehicle only looks worse than it really is. Maybe you really don't need a bunch of work done. Is your AC Condenser and or radiator damaged? (sorry. Re-read your post and saw that it was)
You could see if you could opt out of having the parts painted. That would save you quite a bit.
Last edited by dakotarayne; 01-01-2016 at 10:15 AM.