PDR on a 2017 Honda Accord

Dents and dings are a common problem in Rochester, New York. Getting a traditional dent repair can’t be feasible in some situations because the process can take a lot of time. Traditional dent repairs can also be expensive if you have to get them frequently, especially on a car like the 2017 Honda Accord. 

A cheaper and an environmentally alternative to a dent repair can be a Paintless Dent Repair (PDR). A PDR is a modern way of repairing dents that is used by The Dent Guy. But don’t get fooled by the many technicians willing to offer you dent repair services! It is vital that you let a certified technician like The Dent Guy take care of your 2017 Honda Accord.

The 2017 Honda Accord

For many people, the 2017 Honda Accord is the perfect car. It’s efficient, midsize and it’s economically priced. It’s the perfect choice for a buyer who is looking for a well-rounded vehicle. Even though most Accords are available as Coupes or Sedans – the 2017 Accord Sport has a complete set of 4 doors. 

There are many reasons buyers choose to get the 2017 Honda Accord rather than getting a different car from Honda’s competitors. The Sport model of the car has engine tuning, which gives it extra power when you compare it to the car’s different models.  

Statistics say that 68% of all buyers of the car are men. It is also worth noting that buyers of the 2017 Honda Accord tend to be slightly more affluent. That is because their earnings ($93,393) average out much higher than the median earnings of the midsize customer segment ($86,876). 

But with that being said, Honda buyers also agree on the fact that their car has a high maintenance cost. The Honda generally has a weaker body when compared to its counterparts, which makes the process of dent repair even more annoying. 

So what can you do?

Why PDR?

A paintless dent repair has several advantages over a traditional dent repair. If you’re a 2017 Honda Accord owner, a PDR might be the solution to all of your problems. 

It’s Cost-Effective

If you’re living in Rochester, New York, with a 2017 Honda Accord – we’re sure dents and dings are a huge part of your life. Getting a dent repair the old fashioned way might hurt your pocket if you have to get it done repeatedly. A PDR is cost-effective – this way, you can consider the possibility of getting a repair done a lot more frequently. 

Protects Your Car

When you buy your car in its original condition, it comes with a factory coating over the car’s paint that protects it from dents and dings. In a traditional dent repair, this coat is compromised since the technician uses body fillers. This does not happen when you go for PDR, though. 

If your Honda Accord needs a paintless collision repair in Rochester, New York, you should contact The Dent Guy. We can give you a free quote of your damages and make sure you’re up and running in no time!


How Does Paintless Dent Repair Compare to DIY Kits?

At The Dent Guy, we are often asked about the effectiveness of do-it-yourself (DIY) paintless dent repair kits.  Customers want to know if they can execute the PDR process at home in less time and for less money.  Our answer is always the same—NO! 

We highly discourage any of our customers to attempt the PDR process on their own as they could cause expensive and often irreparable damage to their precious vehicle.  The Dent Guy’s technicians have earned the highest level certification in PDR and should always be trusted to complete your repair job right!

DIY Repair Costs

Customers who have tried DIY paintless dent repair kits in Rochester, NY have often found them to be more expensive than a visit to our shop.  They end up not only paying for the original DIY kits but also the cost of our repairs afterward.  Again, we urge our customers to always remember our technicians are skilled and trained to complete the PDR process. 

A repair that can be completed for under $100 with us can easily cost a novice several hundred dollars more when you include the costs of the kit and any follow up on DYI necessities!  Come let the professionals at The Dent Guy make you smile again once your car is repaired and as good as new.

FREE Price Quotes

To further save our customers money, we also provide free price quotes.  It really is a win-win situation when you decided to trust our professional, certified technicians at The Dent Guy.  You lose nothing at all by bringing your vehicle into our shop for us to assess the damage. 

Further, this will take you half the time (and remove all the anxiety) of which you would spend reviewing and purchasing a DIY kit.  It really is a no-brainer!  We eagerly complete an individualized damage assessment of each vehicle we service allowing us to provide our customers with an upfront base cost before beginning any work.

Contact Us

The Dent Guy and our highly skilled and trained certified technicians know PDR is the procedure of choice when it comes to repairing your car, truck or motorcycle’s exterior damage. 

Why spend your hard earned dollars and valuable time researching and purchasing DIY kits that do not work?  When you hire us, you are hiring quality, timeliness and appearance.  We will have your car look as good as new in no time flat!  

Contact The Dent Guy in Rochester, NY at (585) 721-6945 or TheDentGuy.NY@gmail.com today for all of your automobile dent repair needs.  We offer all of our customers free price quotes to avoid any future hidden or surprise charges.  We want you to be happy with your vehicle’s exterior again. 

You will never be disappointed when you choose The Dent Guy for your paintless dent repair!  Call or email us today!

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