From the symmetry of their Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive system to the layout of the unique horizontal Boxer engine to the abundance of advanced safety systems, every Subaru vehicle is designed from the ground up to deliver the best driving experience possible. The infographic below will give you just a taste of the advanced features you will find in Subaru vehicles.
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Yet because all these advanced features are engineered specifically for Subaru vehicles, the skills required to repair them are different from the skills needed to repair damage to cars by other manufacturers. That is why it is critically important that you let a Subaru Certified Collision Repair Center (like Keri Coach Works) return your damaged vehicle to a like-new, defect-free, post-accident condition.
As a Subaru-certified Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) body shop, Keri Coach Works uses authorized OEM parts, equipment, and repair procedures to maintain the integrity of your vehicle after an accident so its appearance, resale value, and safety are not compromised after the repair.
Moreover, our I-CAR Gold Class status gives us access not just to exclusive Subaru training and OEM parts, but also to a substantial list of Subaru-specific collision-related tools that we use to make the necessary repairs. Most importantly, these repairs are not just cosmetic. They are integral to the function and safety of the vehicle!
Therefore, because the engineering and design of Subaru cars are different from that of other manufacturers, only a qualified, certified body shop should be trusted to perform the repair correctly.
For excellence in Subaru auto body repair on Long Island, choose Keri Coach Works!