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CERTIFIED COLLISION

WHY CHOOSE A NISSAN CERTIFIED COLLISION CENTER?


Certified Collision Centers deliver the exceptional repair experience Nissan owners deserve. They meet or exceed Nissan’s standards for repair work, training, equipment, and delivery of customer service. For a timely, high-quality repair, we recommend choosing a Nissan Certified Collision Center.


SAFETY SHIELD TECHNOLOGIES

SOPHISTICATED TECHNOLOGIES REQUIRE SKILLED REPAIRS


Nissan’s Safety Shield® Technologies rely on sophisticated sensors, radars, and cameras located throughout the vehicle. It’s imperative your vehicle is repaired and recalibrated to manufacturer specifications by skilled and trained professionals after a loss. Post-repair scanning is required to ensure that all built in safety and Nissan Intelligent Driving systems are working following any repairs.

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    LANE DEPARTURE WARNING (LDW) AND LANE DEPARTURE PREVENTION (LDP)

    When you start to drift from your lane, Lane Departure Warning system alerts you with a visual warning on the display and an audible signal. If Lane Departure Prevention detects that you are still straying from your lane, it will engage and gently help guide you back. Nissan Genuine Glass has been precisely designed to help allow your Safety Shield technologies to “see” through the glass.

  • Intelligent Cruise control

    INTELLIGENT CRUISE CONTROL

    Unlike traditional systems that only maintain a set speed, available Intelligent Cruise Control also helps maintain an adjustable set distance between you and the car in front of you. As traffic slows down or speeds up, Rogue can respond accordingly.

  • Blind Spot Warning

    BLIND SPOT WARNING (BSW)

    If another vehicle is detected in your blind spot area, an indicator appears in the driver’s or front passenger’s door and on the Advanced Drive-Assist Display. Put your turn signal on, and the indicator flashes with a warning chime to alert you.

  • Automatic Emergency Braking

    AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY BRAKING

    Automatic Emergency Braking uses radar technology to track the vehicle in front of you to help you avoid or reduce the severity of a collision. [*] After an accident, the radar system may need replacement and/or calibration, which should only be trusted to a trained repair professional.

  • Around View Monitor

    AROUND VIEW® MONITOR

    The available Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection uses four cameras to give you a virtual, composite 360o bird’s-eye view of your vehicle from above. Following an accident, these cameras may need replacement and/or calibration to continue to function properly.


REPAIR EXCELLENCE

MEETING THE HIGHEST STANDARDS


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TRAINING

Nissan Certified Collision Centers achieve I-CAR® Gold Class® designation, an industry training standard, and complete supplementary training specific to Nissan vehicles.

FACILITIES

Certified Collision Centers are required to maintain a clean and professional space in the customer lounge and inside and outside the shop.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SYSTEM

Certified Collision Centers are committed to customer satisfaction with a customer satisfaction survey system to ensure that they are meeting your needs.

INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATION

Through a third party, Nissan inspects all Certified Collision Centers to verify proper equipment, facility cleanliness, and overall shop operation. Training verification is also performed on an ongoing basis.

 


CERTIFIED COLLISION

PRECISION TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES


Nissan Certified Collision Centers are required to have the tools and equipment necessary to properly repair Nissan vehicles back to manufacturer specifications.

  • Pre and Post repair screening

    PRE- AND POST-REPAIR SCANNING

    Nissan requires post-repair scanning of all vehicle systems for 2008 Nissan vehicles and newer.

  • Materials Matter

    MATERIALS MATTER

    To provide greater comfort, safety, and fuel efficiency, vehicles are constructed of various types of steel, aluminum, and other materials. Each requires specific training, techniques, and tools for repair.

  • Getting the best finish

    GETTING THE BEST FINISH

    Paint is applied at the factory using a 2-, 3- or even 4-stage process. This process must be duplicated to achieve a satisfactory color match and a proper finish, helping your repaired vehicle look like new.

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