Ferrari vehicles are world-class precision-engineered machines, and thus require care from world-class, meticulously trained technicians. Whether your Ferrari’s service intervals have come around or if it requires major repairs, you should only trust your Prancing Horse to an Authorized Ferrari Service Center. Here are a few reasons why.
A Ferrari isn’t a normal car, so normal auto service simply won’t do to keep it running to its potential. Even the regularly scheduled maintenance procedures for every Prancing Horse model are unique, and properly caring for these vehicles requires intimate knowledge of their inner workings and the procedures used to maintain and repair them. As such, being an authorized Ferrari Service Center requires that service staff be trained at the Ferrari Training Centre in Maranello. Armed with knowledge direct from Ferrari, these technicians are among the best in the world — and nothing less than that can provide proper Ferrari service and repair.
As every Ferrari requires meticulous care and demands superb attention to detail from the technicians servicing the vehicle, it is crucial that accurate service records are maintained. An authorized Ferrari Service Center will maintain the service records for your vehicle as a matter of course, which not only ensures that the vehicle will not miss service or receive unnecessary maintenance, but will also ensure it maintains peak performance and value.
Most Ferrari owners remain Ferrari owners for life, but if you ever wish to sell your Prancing Horse, having accurate service records from an Authorized Ferrari Service Center will play a large part in maintaining the vehicle’s resale value. Without proper service — or without records of that service — resale value will be much lower.
In other words: working with an Authorized Ferrari Service Center is as much about protecting your investment as it is about maintaining performance and smooth operation.
From major service to regular maintenance, if you drive a Ferrari, then you owe it to yourself and your vehicle to work with an Authorized Ferrari Service Center. Located in the Chicago area, Continental AutoSports Ferrari can help you ensure that your Ferrari continues to live up to its potential. Contact us today with any questions, or schedule service online if you’re ready to come see us!
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