Why should you choose a dealership service center over an independent mechanic? Do you value brand authority? Do your value price over quality? Here are some to think about when deciding where to take your vehicle when choosing a  repair or maintenance option.
  1. Specialization: Dealerships specialize in maintaining their brand and their brand only. If you bought it there, they will fix it.

  2. Warranty. If your car or truck is under warranty, the manufacturer will cover the cost of most, if not all repairs. If your warranty has expired you can buy an extended warranty or pay for repairs as needed.

  3. Training. Certified dealership technicians will maintain and repair your brand of car. An independent mechanic could fix your car. You may end up spending more time and money searching for the solution to your problem.

  4. Parts & Equipment. To maintain manufacturer's certification service departments are required to use manufacturer's replacement parts. Those are the parts designed for your car. Third party parts are often not up to manufacturer specifications or standards.

  5. Trust. You trusted the dealership to sell you the car. You trusted the brand enough to invest a good sum of money in the car you purchased. Why wouldn’t you trust the technicians selected by your dealer and trained by your manufacturer?

?When it’s all said and done you can let anyone service your car. They will probably be able to fix it, eventually. Take the guesswork out of vehicle maintenance. Use the professionals already selected by the people you have already put your trust in.

The Clinton Auto Group in Clinton, IA. specializes in Top-Tier auto service. Their team of trained technicians can service every car that some of the lot. From Ford, Nissan, Dodge, Jeep, Ram or Chrysler they know how to keep them running in tip-top shape.
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