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Collisions happen. It’s that simple. And you can be sure Volkswagen will be there to help you get your vehicle repaired. But first, here’s what you need to do to ensure your safety and peace of mind:
Okay, the collision is over. Now what? It’s important to have your Volkswagen vehicle repaired at a VW-Certified Collision Repair Facility for a number of reasons:
If you need help with your Volkswagen, Ontario Volkswagen in the Inland Empire is happy to assist you. Our Volkswagen Certified Service Consultants can walk you through the process step by step and will make sure that your VW is correct before leaving.
You can schedule an appointment with us online or by calling our service center at 855-569-9561. Ontario Volkswagen is conveniently located in the Giant Ontario Auto Center at 701 S. Kettering Drive, Ontario, CA 91761.
It’s important to know your rights when dealing with your insurance company. Remember you’re allowed to take your vehicle to the repair facility of your choice. And Volkswagen makes that choice very easy with a VW-Certified Collision Repair Facility near you.
Call VW Roadside Assistance* at (800) 411-6688 for the VW-Certified Collision Repair Facility closest to you.
* Provided by AllState.
Accidents happen. Mistakes, however, can be avoided by having your car repaired at a Volkswagen-Certified Collision Repair Facility. We have the right people, the right parts, the right tools, and the know-how to get the job done right the first time.
Not all parts are created equal. For quality, performance, and value, trust Genuine Volkswagen Parts every time. They’re built to the same specifications and stamped on the same factory dies as the originals—and maintain Volkswagen warranties.
Collision Repair Replacement Parts are the parts used to repair a collision-damaged vehicle. These include, but are not limited to, exterior sheet metal (e.g., fenders, quarter panels, hoods), exterior plastic components (e.g., bumpers, tail lights, mirrors), and interior components (e.g., airbags, dashboard, seating). It’s important to know what type of replacement parts you’re getting. The following is a list of the different types of parts that may be used to repair your car:
Aftermarket, salvage, and remanufactured parts often do NOT meet OEM approval for fit, finish, corrosion protection, construction, and safety; these parts may depreciate the value of your vehicle and/or put the vehicle occupants and other drivers at risk.
Non-Genuine Volkswagen Parts that will alter the vehicle performance specifications from those set by Volkswagen, and failures resulting from the use of used parts or parts not approved by Volkswagen are not covered under Volkswagen’s New Vehicle Limited Warranty.
Ontario Volkswagen Trusts Caliber Collision in Restoring the Rhythm of Your Life.
*Please note that while Caliber Collision does have VW-Certified Collision Repair Facilities, the Ontario location is not a VW-Certified Collision Repair Facility.