You want a like-new vehicle and we're committed to providing it. The initial step to the our reconditioning process to inspect the entire physical condition of the vehicle inside and out. We're specifically looking for cracked glass, paint chips, body dents, and wheel damage. Any deficiencies are earmarked to be repaired in step 6.
Here's where we get our hands dirty and look into all the components that make your vehicle perform well. Starting with basic safety items like the brakes and exhaust, we perform an extensive inspection to ensure your vehicle is mechanically sound. Anything that can compromise vehicle performance or safety is repaired by our team of fully-certified technicians.
In step 3, we restore the new car smell back into your used vehicle. Detailing specialists perform a comprehensive vacuum and shampoo service to remove any dirt or stains from the vehicle's upholstery and carpet. The final result is a vehicle that shows almost no trace of being used by another person prior to your ownership.
After the vehicle has been thoroughly cleaned, we protect it for all future use. A high-quality vinyl dressing is applied to rejuvenate the interior and resist future scratches and abuse. Leather seats receive conditioner to prevent scratches and cracking, and vinyl receives a protectant to resist liquids and stains.
All vehicles lose their exterior finish over time, and gravel-laden roads accelerate that aging. All reconditioned vehicles receive a cut polish service to remove any imperfections such as swirl marks or scratches. All trucks also receive an undercoating to protect against chassis rust, dramatically extending the vehicle's life.
In step 6, all auto body imperfections are corrected. This includes dent repair and chip filling. If new panels are required, we'll completely replace them. No expenses are spared during this step, leaving you with a nearly perfect looking vehicle.
In step 7 the final small details are perfected. We'll ensure that every last inch is sparkling.
The final step of our reconditioning process is a mechanical inspection. In this step, a certified technician inspects the entire vehicle from inside-out to ensure it meets industry standards. This certification guarantees that your vehicle is safe and mechanically sound.