Trusted Renault collision repairs in Auckland

With manufacturer approved repairer accreditation, Precision AutoWerk truly are Renault repair specialists. Their use of genuine Renault parts and repair techniques in their modern, superbly-equipped premises, allows them to provide world-class repairs right here in New Zealand.


Renault set high standards where auto body repairs are concerned, and as accredited repairers, Precision AutoWerk works to very stringent guidelines that mirror the manufacturer’s expectations. Once work is complete, you’ll receive a Renault approved certificate of repair; given Renault’s exacting standards, this certificate is not issued lightly and is your guarantee that the quality of work is exemplary.

Demand the best in Renault repairs

After a collision, your insurance company might tell you to use a repairer of their choice. You’re well within your rights to question this choice or to simply tell your insurer you prefer to deal with Precision AutoWerk. They have approved repairer accreditation and will use genuine Renault parts and techniques, where other repairers might not. The choice is clear and is one you should explain to your insurer.

An industry-leading facility for Auckland Renault repairs

Based on Auckland’s North Shore, Precision AutoWerk provide quality panel beating services for Renault owners in Auckland, and throughout New Zealand. Their auto body repair work is carried out in state of the art premises, a facility that can be accurately described as industry-leading. Industry-leading also describes the level of workmanship and further underlines why Precision AutoWerk are Renault repair specialists.

Our Office

224 Archers Road

Glenfield, Auckland, 0627

Phone: 09 443 2431
0800 387 686 (24 Hour Towing)

Mon – Fri 8.00am – 5:30pm

Sat – 9:00am – 12:00pm

Sun – Closed

You can talk directly with our office managers:
Client Manager & Claims Advisor

Sean Huang

Client Manager & Claims Advisor

Jessica Koo

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