Joining Nissan’s Certified Collision Repair Network will soon be a speciality training program for Infiniti. Very similar to the program launched for Nissan last year, the course will take technicians and sculpt them into the ultimate Infiniti repair person. With help from the paint and body experts at DuPont Performance Coatings and the overall fix-it gurus from the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR), Infiniti will ensure that if their vehicles ever get damaged, the repair will happen in a consistent manner. The program will create certified shops, both dealer backed and independent, and an extension of the premium brand’s exclusive Total Ownership Experience.
“The purpose of the certification program is to provide the resources to help ensure consistency of the repair of Infiniti vehicles on a national basis,” said Carnie Colliver, senior manager for Parts and Service at Infiniti Americas. The training course will take place under the supervision of I-CAR, DuPont and Infiniti. Upon completion, a shop will receive a certification plague so customers can plainly see and know that their vehicle will be repaired to specification. All certified facilities will also be connected via the repair network so that the use of OEM collision parts will take place.
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