Infiniti Q60 S

This Infiniti Q60S came into our shop a few weeks ago after a side impact collision that spun the car causing a secondary rear impact.

The car was new and even though it originally did not seem like much, the extent of the repair was extensive and the adjuster and owner debated for weeks to decide if the car was going to be a total loss or not.

We had to strip the car to have access to the unibody and check for damage.

The rear impact had damaged the crumple zone necessitating some pulling on our Car-o-liner bench to bring the car back to factory specks.

The red marks on the photos show where the damage was, something that was not obvious at first sight

At first the rear impact damage seemed light, then we took the bumper cover out.

Chuck explains how a seemingly small damage can hide a lot more.  A trained and certified collision repair expert will detect the signs of hidden damage.

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Keep in mind that not being certified by a manufacturer does not mean we are not qualified to repair other brands. We regularly repair cars from manufacturers like BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Porsche, Honda, Acura, Subaru (certification pending), Minis, Toyota and many others.