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Cole’s Collision Centers Now Certified for Jaguar and Land Rover Aluminum Repair



NORTH GREENBUSH, N.Y. – Cole’s Collision Centers, one of the fastest growing auto repair companies in the Capital Region, is pleased to announce that it is now part of the Jaguar Land Rover Authorized Aluminum Repair Network. Cole’s Collision joins a list of only 105 certified shops in North America to have obtained this certification. The designation represents a major investment on the part of Cole’s Collision to put its technicians and managerial staff through the rigorous Jaguar Land Rover training program.

The very limited certified shops have gone through exclusive training to meet Jaguar standards. Cole’s Collision has access to certified Jaguar and Land Rover aluminum repair parts providing its customers peace of mind that they are receiving quality collision repair to get their vehicles back on the road as soon as possible.

“We place a premium on safety, experienced, certified technicians and superior quality service and will continue to set the bar high,” said John Cole, owner, Cole’s Collision Centers. “Being part of the Jaguar Land Rover Authorized Aluminum Repair Network is yet another way our repair shops bring value to our customers in that they have a trusted partner in collision repair work.”

Cole’s Collision opened its latest facility in September, a 14,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art repair shop on U.S. Route 4 in the Town of North Greenbush. This is Cole’s first in Rensselaer County and fifth overall. Other locations include Wilton, Ballston Spa, Clifton Park and Colonie, N.Y.

Jaguar does not recommend or encourage collision repairs outside the authorized and trained Authorized Aluminum Repair Network. This includes windshield replacement and any repairs to dings and dents. Repairs performed by unauthorized repair centers may compromise the integrity of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles, reducing their value.

About Cole’s Collision:
Serving the Capital Region since 2007, Cole’s Collision Centers delivers exceptional repair work, quality customer service, and safety. From general repairs to major accidents, Cole’s Collision Centers’ highly skilled and experienced technicians provide all auto body needs in an I-CAR Gold Class certified shop. To learn more about Cole’s Collision Centers and its five locations, visit www.colescollision.com.

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