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Auto Body World received 30 consumer ratings from Consumers' CHECKBOOK and Consumer Reports subscribers.

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Area's lowest-rated auto body shop:
36% 36%
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Auto Body World had prices that were 10% higher than average.
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There were big price differences among shops, according to thousands of price checks by Washington DC Consumers' CHECKBOOK's undercover shoppers. For example, the cost to replace the trunk lid on one specific car ranged from $650 to $992.

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Auto Body World
9425 Mathy Dr #E
Fairfax, VA
Phone: 703-978-9685


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Number of customer survey ratings for Auto Body World: 30 ratings
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Sample Subscriber Comments & Reviews for Auto Body Shops in the Washington DC Area
CHECKBOOK provides subscriber comments on their experiences with the firms they use. Please remember that individual subscriber comments are informal. Subscriber comments may give you insight into the types of features and problems that exist in a service field, but are not the best basis for selecting or rejecting a specific firm. To assess the quality of a firm's performance, we recommend that you give more weight to the percentages of favorable ratings. Those percentages are generally based on much larger numbers of consumers' ratings (the number of consumer ratings is noted above).

As You Can See Below, Some Auto Body Shops Get High Praise from Their Customers.
Some Others Don't. So Choose Carefully.

Here Are a Few Samples of the Thousands of Comments
CHECKBOOK Has Collected on Hundreds of Different Auto Body Shops.

  • Subscriber from FAIRFAX, VA wrote about a local auto body shop: Very prompt and professional service. Always kept me informed of the progress. Would do business..........
  • Subscriber from SPRINGFIELD, VA wrote about a local auto body shop: Ravensworth Auto Body replaced a power side mirror on our 2002 Lexus ES300 in January..........
  • Subscriber from CLINTON, MD wrote about a local auto body shop: Great work done on three Toyotas & a Lexus. Prompt.......
  • Subscriber from CULPEPER, VA wrote about a local auto body shop: Small shop, great service, long record in Culpeper.......
  • Subscriber from FAIRFAX, VA wrote about a local auto body shop: I had a scratch on my car door that was not covered by insurance. I..........
  • Subscriber from ANNANDALE, VA wrote about a local auto body shop: Finished on time and called with status.......
  • Subscriber from SILVER SPRING, MD wrote about a local auto body shop: Excellent service and quality of work.......
  • Subscriber from ARLINGTON, VA wrote about a local auto body shop: Excellent service - weve unfortunately had to use Craftsman 3 times, but each time was..........
  • Subscriber from FALLS CHURCH, VA wrote about a local auto body shop: The best repair service in the area. Great quality. Great prices........

Note: Data points covered will vary by the type of service.

How We Gather (and How to Interpret) Our Data