Superior Auto Body Saskatoon has been in business since 1961, and we have been an SGI ELITE Autobody shop and have been SGI accredited since 1982. There are many reasons we have so many loyal longstanding clients from all over the city, but mostly it is the small, personal touches that we offer to people who have been unfortunate enough to require our services. We offer newer model courtesy cars and vans for our clients..and to help out we will also pick up your vehicle and take it to your SGI appointment for you and deliver the courtesy car to you at home. In our latest blog post, we discuss the question …Do you take your new vehicle to the dealership for collision repairs?
Our team at Superior take pride in their workmanship… as we always say, “When we get through it’s just like new”.
Do you have to take your new vehicle to the dealership for collision repairs?
No. It is a large misconception that Saskatoon auto body shops are not as qualified as a dealership to work on your vehicle.
Automotive dealerships aren’t always the right choice for your vehicle if it’s been in a collision or vandalized.
Do you take your new vehicle to the dealership for collision repairs? Dod you know, many dealerships don’t have in-house auto body shops and will only recommend certain independent repair facilities. We are highly recommended by many dealerships. We are as well trained and often times more trained to do comprehensive bodywork to ensure your vehicle is repaired. At Superior AutoBody we treat you like friends and provide service that is second to none.
As an automotive collision repair customer, you have a number of rights which, if exercised, could better ensure that your vehicle will be repaired in a proper, complete and safe manner. Choosing the Saskatoon autobody shop where your vehicle will be repaired is an important decision, and in most cases, you have the right to make that decision. Not all shops are alike, however, when it comes to having properly trained technicians and the equipment and facilities needed to fix your vehicle right, so making a well-informed choice is key.
Remember, the body shop is fixing YOUR vehicle for YOU, and it’s important you’re comfortable with the shop you choose.
At Superior, we are an SGI Elite Certified Body Shop – All accredited repairers are required to meet or exceed the highest levels of equipment, certification and training and must warranty the repair for a minimum of 1 year. There are 4 levels of accreditation for SGI-approved repair shops: Elite*** – Top level of recognition, exceeding SGI’s requirements for certification. Can perform vehicle damage estimates on eligible claims.
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