AW Repair Group extend brand

Manufacturer’s choose AW Repair Group to extend brand

TWO new vehicle manufacturer approvals have been appointed to AW Repair Group.

Honda and Hyundai are the latest brands to join the group’s expanding manufacturer approvals portfolio, which now lists more than 10 top names including Volkswagen Group, Jaguar LandRover, Lexus and includes structural aluminium.

AW Repair Group was approached by both Boston Honda and Lincoln Hyundai who cited confidence in quality workmanship and customer service as the reason behind their new choice of approved repairer.

Both brands assessment criteria also requires BSI 10125 accreditation which is already held by AW branches.

Managing Director Andrew Walsh commented: “It is always a pleasure to be approached by dealerships seeking a quality approved bodyshop to be an extension of their own brand.
We are very conscious that not only do we represent AW Repair Group but also all those who place their trust in us to deliver a service on behalf of the brand chosen by our mutual customer.

“It is our ethos to establish at the outset what elements of the repair journey are most important to each individual and deliver a tailored response to exceed expectations. That could be from choosing their own book in date to 24 hour communication through our mobile app.”

AW Lincolnshire based in Sleaford and AW South Nottinghamshire based in Newark will be appointed the two new manufacturer approval programmes.

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