The new Volvo Approved Repairer Network means Volvo cars are fixed right, first time.
Volvo Car Australia has gone live with a new, extensive network of approved repairers around the country that can repair a Volvo that is damaged. Known as the Volvo Approved Repairer Network, the 16 repairers - so far - make sure owners keep the vehicle “100 per cent Volvo”.
Volvo cars are changing rapidly, so it’s important any repairer be able to fix it right first time, which means the right training, tools and Volvo Genuine Parts.
“We set the highest standards for our Volvo Approved Repairers Network, ensuring that all work will be performed to Volvo’s factory specifications by expertly trained collision repair technicians,” Volvo Car Australia said.
“Our approved repairers have made all the necessary investments to satisfy Volvo’s strict requirements to be recognised as a Volvo Approved Repairer. This means a superior repair experience for you.”
A Volvo Genuine Windshield, for example, is a key part on some of the on-board safety systems. Parts installed at Volvo Approved Repairers will be as good or better than those installed on the vehicle in the factory.