Acura Certified

Acura Certified Collision Repair

Alioto’s Garage takes pride in being an Acura Certified Collision Center. As luxury vehicles, Acuras feature breathtaking levels of performance and unrivaled comfort. Their daring advancements, meticulous engineering, and skilled craftsmanship call for only the best repair technicians in the business. When the Acura Certified Technicians at Alioto’s Garage are completing your repairs, you can rest assured that we have the skills to restore your vehicle to the condition intended by the manufacturer.

Benefits of aN Acura CERTIFIED
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  • Safe just like the day it was built
    We believe the Acura designers that built your car are the experts which is why we follow the Acura outlined procedures when repairing your vehicle. No stone is left unturned when it comes to your Acura repair to ensure its returned to you as safe as the day it was made.
  • Maintain your warranty
    When your car is repaired following the Acura Repair Procedures you will maintain all Acura factory warranties and safety standards. If you choose a repair facility that is not certified, you risk voiding your warranty.
  • Maintain your resale value
    While an estimate may seem more detailed following the manufacturer guidelines, these extra line items ensure your vehicle is repaired properly which maintains the various safety features and vehicles structural integrity. When following the manufacturer’s repair guidelines you will retain the best resale value on your Acura. 
  • More than what the eye can see
    The shiny finish on the outside of your repaired Acura is nice to look at, but what’s underneath the exterior is what matters the most. Many shops will cut corners that can show up after a vehicle has left the shop, or even worse, in your next collision. Alioto’s only follows the manufacturer’s repair procedure to ensure every last detail is fixed protecting your safety and your car’s value.

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