When a shop is selected to become a Subaru Certified Collision Center it is an obvious sign that they are dedicated to doing a quality repair to your vehicle. Subaru certified body shops must purchase a large list of very specific tools and equipment. The technicians, who work on the cars, are then trained by the manufacturers and continue that training constantly. Subaru continues to monitor the performance of the shop and the quality of the repair on a regular basis. You can be assured that quality is their highest priority on every Subaru leaving the shop.

Your Subaru is not just another car and there’s a lot more to repair than just cosmetics. The safety and value are greatly affected by the quality of a repair. There is a lot of technology in the late model Subaru. The engineering and design are different from manufacturer to manufacturer and repairing something incorrectly can affect how the car operates, your safety and the value of your car. Choosing a Subaru certified collision shop makes sure you retain your factory warranty.

At Collision Pros we make using OEM parts a priority. Often your insurance policy is written to require non-OEM parts. Work with your service advisor to determine what parts are best for you and your car.

All Subaru vehicles should be hooked up to a Subaru specific computer and any and all codes cleared so that the vehicle operates in the way that Subaru design it to. These computers are specific to a Subaru Certified auto body shop. Many codes work several functions and may change the operation of completely unrelated items. With tens of thousands of codes, you can have peace of mind knowing that a Subaru factory scanner cleared ad reset all codes, assuring the safety of you and your family.

Subaru has chosen Collision Pro’s as their Certified Collision Repair shop in both our Auburn and Chico California locations. If you live in Northern California, choosing a Collision Pro’s Subaru Certified shop may be your best option for repairing you Subaru whether it’s a WRX, Forester, Outback, a Crosstrek or a BRZ.