Hyundai Launches Recognized Collision Repair Center Program
July 14, 2015—Hyundai Motor America on Tuesday launched its all-new Hyundai Recognized Collision Repair Center Program, which will be administered by the Assured Performance Network.
The program ensures that both independent and Hyundai dealership-owned collision repair centers have the tools, training, equipment and facilities needed to repair Hyundai vehicles after they have been in a collision.
Customers can look for the Hyundai Recognized Collision Repair Center plaque at their local collision repair center to know if their Hyundai will be repaired properly and safely to manufacturer specifications. The program will allow Hyundai to refer Hyundai owners in need of collision repair to a recognized center.
“We want our customers to know we have their well-being in mind after they have been in a collision,” said Frank Ferrara, executive vice president, customer satisfaction, Hyundai Motor America. “Hyundai owners benefit from this program through the assurance that centers will ensure the fit, finish, durability, safety and value of the vehicles being repaired. Having a network of recognized shops is critical to make sure our cars are repaired properly.”
Hyundai has teamed up with Assured Performance Network on this program. Assured Performance Network will guarantee both Hyundai dealership-owned and independent collision repair centers meet the program’s specified capability requirements, and pass an annual onsite audit and inspection. Assured Performance Network will also manage enrollment, online support systems, proof of compliance documentation and marketing.
Collision repair centers can call 949.221.0010 or visit www.GetHyundaiRecognized.com for more information.
Assured Performance Network is composed of three organizations: a non-profit consumer advocacy organization, a legal Co-Op, and a management company. Combined, the network operates as a third-party administrator for consumer awareness, body shop certification and certified rebate reward programs for some of the largest automakers.