You know the name, and now you’ll know the brand – the Ross Champion Group is an auto body repair specialist, a business run on quality, service and convenience.
Ross Champion. It’s such a familiar name. No wonder, because the company has been in business for 81 years, so clearly they’ve been doing everything right.
Ross Champion is an auto body repair specialist, owned since 1997 by a husband and wife team. They’re proudly BEEE Level 1. They’re approved by most major insurance companies and car manufacturers, most recently adding LandRover, VW, Audi and Jaguar to the long list.
If you’ve interacted with the team at your local Ross Champion, you’ll know they’re welcoming and extraordinarily smooth operators. They’re aware you’ve already experienced stress with the damage to your vehicle – and are determined to make its recovery a stress-free one.
You’ll feel your stress barometer ease as you watch an exceptionally well-run business, right from the reception area, to the customer lounges, the check-in of your vehicle, and daily progress updates. Each branch has a customer service host who is dedicated to your needs – that’s the Ross Champion added value, so the experience is cool, calm and collected.
Ross Champion has five – soon to be six – conveniently situated branches in Kwazulu-Natal, with Flanders Drive, in Mount Edgecombe, being the one with which you’re likely to be most familiar, or perhaps the original Ross Champion branch in Point Road. But head west and you’ll find one in New Germany trading under Panelrite, and another in Old Main Road in Pinetown. If you’re on the KZN South Coast, you’ll find Ross Champion in Margate trading as Margate Panelbeaters and Refinishers, and another in Port Shepstone, trading as Margate Auto Refinishers.
And for those in Prospecton … Ross Champion is excited to announce their newest branch has just opened in this industrial zone.
At Ross Champion, you may find yourself there via your insurance broker – as a walk-in client with a little ding or a scratch on your car – or you might have asked us to visit you at your premises for an assessment. Ross Champion is easily accessible. Whether you’ve had a little fender bender or a larger accident, Ross Champion prides itself on returning your car in showroom condition.
And if you’re in Cape Town, you’ll find no fewer than six branches run under the brand Farbers Coachworks, owned and managed by the Ross Champion Group. Two branches are in Montague Gardens, one each in Tokai, Paarden Island and Paarl; and one trading as Smith & Santos in Lansdowne.
Ross Champion’s stellar reputation comes largely from word of mouth. That may be why you recognise the name. The brand is synonymous with quality service and commitment to customer satisfaction.
If your car needs a little or large dose of TLC, choose the smart option. Ross Champion. When it comes to specialists in auto body repairs, they consider themselves the benchmark. All their paint is environmentally friendly, and the management team is constantly investigating innovative, ecologically sound, methods and materials to achieve best results.
This is what you can expect from Ross Champion. A three-year warranty on workmanship, and a lifetime warranty on paintwork.
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