Precision Auto Works of Long Island City Authorized by Cadillac to Join Aluminum Repair Network

Precision Auto Works of Long Island City Authorized by Cadillac to Join Aluminum Repair Network

Shop is the first in the New York City area to achieve this designation.

Precision Auto Works of Long Island City announced it has been authorized by Cadillac to join its exclusive Cadillac Aluminum Repair Network, and is the first collision shop in the New York City area to achieve this designation. Only Cadillac-authorized facilities ensure Cadillac owners that a shop meets strict equipment and training requirements, and have access to the GM-patented structural parts required for safe vehicle repair.

“New technology vehicles, like the Cadillac CT6, are made with stronger, lighter materials like aluminum, and high-strength steel,” said George Anastasopoulos, I-CAR Platinum Certified technician and owner of Precision Auto Works. “They’re at the cutting edge of auto making, but they also require a cutting-edge collision shop to repair them to the manufacturer’s guidelines. Precision Auto Works is proud to be trained, equipped and certified to repair new technology luxury vehicles like the new Cadillac CT6.”

Precision Auto Works of Long Island City is an I-CAR Gold Class collision shop and is certified by multiple manufacturers including California-based Tesla Motors, Volkswagen, Fiat, Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda/Acura and Nissan/Infiniti.

Precision Auto Works of Long Island City provides both collision repair and mechanical repair and maintenance services at its two locations in Long Island City, N.Y., and offers special expertise in high-end, aluminum-constructed and mixed metal vehicle repair. The shop will celebrate its 20th year of operation in New York City later this month.

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