Cherokee Collision Center is a Ford Recognized auto body shop and part of the Ford National Body Shop Network. This means that our shop has the right tools, equipment, training, and facilities necessary to repair Ford vehicles back to manufacturer specifications. Being part of this program insures your vehicle fit, finish, durability, value, and safety. The Ford Network validates that we are focused on the customer, capable to deliver an exceptional experience, and have the complete capability to repair your Ford to manufacturer specifications.
Ford owners using our Marietta or Canton locations can be confident your collision repair experience will make the best of an unfortunate situation with the following:
- Peace of mind knowing your Ford will be repaired with the appropriate tools, parts, & equipment
- Use of Ford parts will be prioritized over others
- The body shop is I-CAR Gold Certified and trained to repair the vehicle to maintain future crash worthiness
- Limited warranty on collision repairs and no impact on the factory warranty if Ford parts are used
- Ongoing training and education to stay up to date with Ford auto body repair procedures and techniques
- Timely repairs without undue delay by having the tools and materials on hand and using genuine Ford auto body parts
The Canton and Marietta locations undergo a process of continuing improvement to stay up to date with Ford auto body repair procedures and customer satisfaction metrics. Ford owners can expect courteous customer service, timely repairs, and quality craftsmanship when using a Ford National Body Shop. Cherokee Collision Center locations have several key differences as part of being a certified Ford auto body shop.
Ford Certified for F-150 and Aluminum Body Repair
Ford pioneered the use of aluminum in trucks and is incorporating it into Ford cars. While offering several advantages in strength, weight, economy, and efficiency, auto body shops were not prepared for aluminum vehicles and most still are not. Repairs to aluminum frame and body components requires different tools and techniques that cannot be accomplished with traditional body shop equipment.
The Marietta and Canton locations of Cherokee Collision Center have all the tools, equipment, and training for aluminum repair and are certified by Ford as a recognized aluminum repair facility. As new procedures and technologies are created and recommended by Ford, Cherokee Collision Center is updated and trained to repair Ford cars and trucks in the recommended manner, providing customers a safe, proper, high quality, and timely repair after an accident. Make sure an auto body shop is both capable and certified to repair your vehicle - choose Cherokee Collision Center.
Ford Certified Body Shop Advantages
Ford Specific Training
I-CAR administers Ford-specific training and requires additional education as new methods and procedures are needed. Ford National Body Shop Network shops are capable of repairs all years and models of Ford vehicles.
Unprecedented Repair Information
All service and repair information for Ford vehicles is available to members of the Ford National Body Shop Network, including procedures and techniques as new vehicles are released.
Tools & Equipment
Many Fords are designed and engineered with different metals and lightweight materials to improve fuel economy. Specific tools and equipment are required for proper repair and Ford certified body shops must have all the necessary equipment to complete auto body repairs appropriately.
Marietta and Canton shop locations are required to maintain a clean and professional environment in the shop, in customer areas, and around the facility.
Cherokee Collision Center must show its commitment to customer satisfaction by implementing a customer satisfaction survey system and hit specific metrics related to customer expectations.
Both Atlanta area shop locations are inspected annually by an independent third party to confirm tools, equipment, cleanliness, and overall shop operation. Verification of training and repair procedures is performed on an ongoing basis.
The Marietta and Canton locations of Cherokee Collision Center have everything needed to give Ford owners confidence their vehicles will be repaired in the best possible manner and the customer experience will minimize its impact on their lives. Contact either Atlanta area location to discuss the difference in using a certified Ford auto body shop and the difference you will see with Cherokee Collision Center.