Champion Auto Body & Repair
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Phone: (408) 246-0637
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Champion Auto Body and Repair
- Auto Repair & Service, Mufflers & Exhaust Systems, Automobile Inspection Stations & Services, Clutches, Wheels, Brake Repair, Engine Rebuilding & Exchange, Auto Transmission, Automobile Body Repairing & Painting, Auto Oil & Lube, Automobile Accessories, Automobile Restoration-Antique & Classic, Auto Engine Rebuilding, Automobile Diagnostic Service, Automotive Tune Up Service, Tire Dealers, Automobile Leasing, Automobile Salvage, Radiators Automotive Sales & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies
Auto Depot is the best body shop. I've had my car repaired there on a couple of occasions, and I couldn't have been happier with the results. I was rear-ended on one occasion and Champion took great care of me. Had my car back in a matter of days, and not weeks like some places. Not only does the shop staff know what they are talking about, they back it up. Professional, reliable, fast, honest and personable. The only shop I'd recommend for mechanic work and auto body repair.
Champion is one of the those rare places that combines great work, excellent pricing, and good fun. They don't even have a website because they don't need one. Clients come from mechanic referrals and personal recommendations, like this one. Definitely recommend.
Definitely as good as it gets. The guys at Champion Auto Body Repair are the best. They provide clear details on the work expected and where they can save you money. Their estimate came in over a thousand less than dealer's. With the professional approach, quality work, and guarantees, you can't find a better place to have your car fixed up. If I ever need this kind of service again, I know exactly where to go.
From start to finish, I was kept in the loop and treated as if I was not just a customer but a friend. Introduce by the owner, The guys informed me of the whole process, when the adjusters came, what the adjusters saw, when my car would start being fixed, when my car was almost finished, and when to pick up my car. Nothing less than a world class experience! Not to mention, they washed, polished, and vacuumed my car to like-new status!
Posted: 9/27/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Based in part of the prior good review I allows Champion to fix my car, that was a BIG mistake. Dennis turned on the charm to get me to bring my car into his shop, but once it was there it turned into a nightmare. He tried to get my insurance to pay for parts and repairs my car did not need. Later when I spoke others about my bad experince with this shop I was told about a newpaper clipping that was about body shop fraud in the area.\r <br>\r <br>I found the artice on the internet below is a snippet from the Sept 10, 1998 issue fo the San Jose Mercury news:\r <br>\r <br>The Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office on Wednesday announced the arrest of six South Bay body shop operators on charges of felony insurance fraud, alleging they swindled insurers out of nearly $30,000 for phony parts and repair jobs.Charges in the case resulted from an undercover investigation mounted by the county district attorney's office, the Department of Consumer Affairs and the Bureau of Automotive Repair, prompted by numerous complaints from vehicle owners and reports from insurance firms that they were receiving claims for non-existent parts and labor.During the probe of the six shops, the bureau reinspected a dozen consumer vehicles and conducted 11 undercover operations and determined that car owners, insurers and the bureau paid nearly $67,000 for parts and repair work, said Steven Giorgi, chief of Consumer Affairs' enforcement division. Of that amount, more than $29,000 was allegedly for non-existent parts and repairs.\r <br>\r <br>The body shops and owners accused of falsifying the insurance claims are DENNIS KIM OF CHAMPION AUTO BODY AND REPAIR in Santa Clara; inh Huu Nguyen of C&M Auto Body; Loc Phung Ha of Seng Hong Auto Body; and Insoon Kim of 9th Street Auto Body\r <br>\r <br>I wish I knew this before I brought my car there... I dont know how he can still be in business after being arrested for fraud\r <br>\r <br>Save yourself a headace and DONT BRING YOUR CAR HERE!!!