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Getting The Repairs Your Nissan Needs: 4 Reasons to Visit Nissan Authorized Repair Shop

Updated on December 26, 2017

Nissan is becoming a more and more popular automobile brand. The increase in global sales is attributed to not only the performance and quality of various models of Nissan vehicles, but also to the quality of service that they offer their clients. If you own a Nissan, it is important that you get your vehicle serviced regularly. While there are many independent mechanics and auto shops, Nissan has their own Authorized Repair Centers. Here are 4 reasons why you should go to an Authorized Repair Center instead of an independent mechanic.

Experienced and Qualified Professionals Service Your Vehicle

While the independent auto shops may have qualified mechanics as well, the professionals at Authorized Repair Centers have gone through extensive training and are familiar with the techniques that need to be implemented for the highest quality repairs possible. In addition, the tools and equipment that are used at Authorized Repair Centers have already been tested and certified by the manufacturers.

The professionals are also familiar with the types of servicing that are most required for each model and make, so that small problems can be easily caught before they worsen. In addition, Authorized Repair Centers are able to guarantee a certain quality of servicing, and can complete the repairs within a timely fashion.

Only Original Equipment Manufacturer Parts Are Used

Independent mechanics and auto shops do not have any access to Nissan certified repair parts. These parts have specifications that meet the parts that originally came with your vehicle. This means that the parts are guaranteed to be compatible with your vehicle, and will also perform according to factory specifications. Original equipment manufacturer parts tend to offer better performance, and may last longer than other aftermarket parts that are offered by independent mechanics and auto shops.

All of these original equipment manufacturer parts also come with a manufacturer’s warranty. The terms and length of each warranty is different; however, all of the warranty plans come with a guarantee that if the parts are defective, or faulty, it will be replaced immediately.

Repairs Are Performed in a Controlled Environment

Since Nissan parts are made from aluminum, the parts need to be handled and processed properly when they are installed or repaired. While most independent auto shops will work on your Nissan in an open environment. This can cause cross-contamination and the parts to corrode, especially in the presence of steel particles.

Authorized Repair Centers will complete the repairs in a self-contained aluminum repair environment. This will prevent any risk of cross-contamination, and will also prevent the parts from corroding. You can be sure that your repairs and services are completed in the highest quality possible.

Complementary Transportation Can Be Enjoyed

Authorized Repair Centers also offer complementary transportation. The complementary transportation service is provided at no cost at all to you if you still have warranty on your car. This means that you do not need to worry about calling a cab or hitching a ride from a friend.

When you call the Authorized Repair Center to set up or schedule an appointment, you can request for a vehicle. The repair center will not only drive you to the center when your car is repaired, but will also provide you with a courtesy vehicle if necessary.

Conclusion

If you own a Nissan, you should get your car serviced or repaired at an Authorized Repair Center instead of at an independent mechanic or auto shop. A repair centre will only be certified as an Authorized Repair Center by Nissan if it has been nominated by a dealer.


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