Did you know that there are around 10 million auto accidents each year in the United States? This statistic comes from a study by the National Safety Council. Although the vast majority of these accidents didn’t involve any loss of life, they did involve property damage. That means repairs will be needed. Our Rock Hill, SC auto body shop helps drivers fix everything from major collision damage to minor scrapes caused by curbs. But the costs involved in making those repairs can vary widely. Although you never want to assume that you’ll have an accident, the potential repair costs are something you’ll want to consider before purchasing a car. Here are the five most expensive models of cars to repair according to a 2010 auto body repair industry survey.
- Lincoln MKZ (Average cost to repair: $2649)
- Audi A4 (Average cost to repair: $2259)
- Lexus IS250 (Average cost to repair: $2234)
- Volkswagen Jetta (Average cost to repair: $2114)
- Volkswagen Passat (Average cost to repair: $2087)
You’ll notice that while some of these models are considered to be luxury cars, others are considered traditional compacts or mid-size cars. Of course, the exact options on your vehicle will affect the repair costs, as well as the model year.
Here at Carolina Collision & Frame Service, we strive to provide the highest quality auto collision repair and frame service possible. But our auto body shop also takes pride in making guaranteed repairs at the best prices in town. Call us today for a free estimate.