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Ford Ramps Up Production of the New Ford Expedition To Meet Growing Demand

March 20th, 2019


One of the most popular vehicles at Borgman Ford for larger families is the Ford Expedition. West Michiganders love the spacious interior with seating for 8, high-tech infotainment options, safety features, and the luxurious fit and finish. What also makes this popular with West Michigan Adventurers is the capability, with a towing rating that’s best in its class and the ground clearance you need to navigate rougher roads.

With demand for the New Ford Expedition climbing higher and higher, Ford has ordered a 20% rise in production to match. Ford has also announced a new ad campaign, which you might see on network tv in the coming weeks called “Better Big,” and we’ve included a 30-second spot below. Following this are a few excerpts from an article on the Official Ford Media Center talking about this surge in popularity last year and how it has allowed them to add hundreds of jobs in their truck plant.

Ford Boosts Production For Expedition, Adds 550 Jobs To Meet Demand, New Advertising Touts SUV’s Capability

Ford Motor Company will again boost production of its hot-selling Ford Expedition and Lincoln Navigator this summer as both vehicles continue to gain share over their competitors in the large SUV segment.

Surging demand for Expedition and Navigator is driving an increase in production of 20 percent at Ford’s Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville. Retail sales of the Expedition eight-passenger SUV surged 35 percent and it gained 5.6 percentage points in market segment share last year. Expedition’s average transaction price increased $11,700 and is now $62,700. Navigator sales grew 70 percent in 2018 from 2017, to 17,839 sold, giving Navigator its best sales year since 2007.

“Kentucky Truck Plant is home to two of Ford and Lincoln’s most successful vehicles,” said John Savona, Ford vice president, North American manufacturing. “After seeing a continued increase in customer demand for Expedition and Navigator, we are boosting production for a second time to meet it.”

While Expedition sales continue to grow, Ford is launching a new marketing campaign to build further awareness of Expedition’s class-leading features and capabilities, including more driver-assist technology than any vehicle in its class, best-in-class second and third row legroom, best-in-class towing and more. New “Better Big” TV commercials debut this week, highlighting Expedition’s key features and capabilities.

“We ‘out-big’ the competition where it counts – towing, interior space and technology,” said Matt VanDyke, Ford director, U.S. marketing. “Our team completely rethought every inch of Expedition, and its growing sales reaffirm we hit the sweet spot with today’s full-size SUV customers. Now, our new ‘Better Big’ marketing campaign will bring this to life for new buyers.”

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Hit The Road to Adventure in a New Ford Expedition SUVs from Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids, MI

Looking around West Michigan for a New Ford Expedition SUV? Stop by Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids today and browse our selection! Take a look through our Ford Expedition Inventory, click the red “Schedule Test Drive” button on your favorite, and see why this luxurious and capable SUV has become so popular during your visit. If you love the Ford Expedtion but want to customize it to best suit your needs, we can help you order one tailored to you.

Our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff will be happy to help you navigate all of the features and specs on the New Ford Expedtion, but will never pressure you into a sale. If you want to swap rides with us for a day to make sure the Ford Expedition is going to be a good fit with you and your family, ask us about our Day Trader Program. Remember, if you see a better deal elsewhere let us know – we won’t be undersold. Come see why we’re the Best in the West.

New 2020 Ford Explorer Platinum Will Include Puncture-Resistant Tires

March 14th, 2019

Nothing brings a West Michigan road trip or a morning commute to a screeching halt like a flat tire. Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids sees our fair share of tire punctures in our Service Center, ranging from things we’re able to patch to utter catastrophes. Running over something like a nail happens to the best of us, and that’s why we’re pleased to share that some trim levels of the 2020 Ford Explorer will come standard with Michelin Safeseal® tires! Read the rest of this entry »

The New 2020 Ford Transit Includes Standard WiFi Hotspot & Available All-Wheel Drive

March 7th, 2019

Borgman Ford and Borgman Commerical are pleased to share the unveiling of the 2020 Ford Transit! Arriving sometime this fall, the newly-redesigned cargo van or passenger wagon will feature improvements with both businesses and families in mind. Most notable among the additions, aside from the stylish redesigned exterior, are the inclusion of All-Wheel Drive in the gasoline models and a standard built-in 4G LTE WiFi Hotspot. The 2020 Transit also ushers in two all-new engines and new 10-speed automatic transmission. Read the rest of this entry »

Pothole RX: Which Parts of Your Vehicle Could Be Damaged

March 6th, 2019

Every year when the snow starts to melt, West Michigan drivers welcome the more agreeable weather but know it comes with a cost: potholes will soon be everywhere. We might subconsciously memorize and avoid ones on our daily commutes, but there’s a chance that sooner or later you’re going to drive through one. There are steps you can take to minimize the damage they cause to your vehicle, but it’s important to understand what could be affected.

Knowing, identifying, and repairing pothole damage to your vehicle early keeps your repair bills down, so in this “Borgman How To,” we’re going to cover which parts are vulnerable and what function they serve – so you can sense when they need attention. Read the rest of this entry »

Ford Announces Switch to Michigan-Sourced Renewable Energy through DTE Collaboration

February 22nd, 2019

Borgman Ford is pleased to share that Ford and DTE Energy have teamed up in an effort to make Ford’s operations even more sustainable. Through DTE’s MIGreenPower program, Ford is on-track to switch the Flat Rock Assembly Plant and other Ford facilities to 100% Michigan-sourced renewable energy by January 2021. Ford has been making investments in renewables for some time, with solar panels already in use at a number of their facilities and significantly reducing their water usage company-wide.

This latest energy decision will add wind turbines to the list, with Ford being the first automaker to announce they’re taking advantage of DTE’s new program. Borgman Ford applauds Ford’s commitment to sustainability, as these efforts drastically reduce pollutants and help preserve West Michigan’s and our Great Lakes’ natural beauty for generations to come.

A recent article from the Official Ford Media Center tells more about the new collaboration between Ford and DTE Energy, and we’ve included some excerpts below:

Ford Motor Company To Procure Locally Sourced Michigan Wind Energy Through Collaboration With DTE Energy

Ford Motor Company’s Dearborn Truck Plant, home of the Ford F-150 and Ford Raptor, Michigan Assembly Plant, home of the new 2019 Ford Ranger, and several new buildings on the Ford Research and Engineering Campus and Corktown campus, including Michigan Central Station, will soon be powered by 100 percent locally sourced renewable energy. This is in addition to the 500-kilowatt solar photovoltaic panel system already in place at Michigan Assembly.

This collaboration is part of a commitment by Ford to a substantial renewable energy procurement through DTE Energy’s MIGreenPower program, supporting the company’s Southeast Michigan portfolio and providing 500,000 megawatt hours of locally sourced Michigan wind energy.

“Ford supports the implementation of renewable energy where the project can be tied to the customer’s facility, either directly or through the local distribution utility, and we believe that supports local jobs, improves the local environment and adds resiliency to the local grid,” said George Andraos, Ford Global Director of Energy and Technology. “This project is a great investment for the State of Michigan and will have direct impact on our state.”

You can keep reading the article here, or visit to learn more about Ford’s sustainability performance, data and reporting.

Test Drive an Eco-Consciuous New Ford at Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids, MI

Ford has been doubling-down on fuel-efficiency in recent years, which is something Borgman celebrates as it has lasting impacts on Grand Rapids, West Michigan, and the planet. Across the entire Ford Lineup, technologies both within the vehicle and used in their construction help to reduce emissions, conserve water, and cut down on waste in landfills.

If you’re considering a Ford Vehicle to promote a sustainable future, visit Borgman’s showroom in Grand Rapids and test drive a New Car, Truck or SUV today. Our sales staff will be more than happy to help you find the perfect vehicle to suit your needs and your budget, and will answer any questions you may have. Read more about our Fair Trade Deals, our Day Trader Program, and our Red Coat Traditions then stop by to see why we’re the Best in the West!

The New 2020 Ford Super Duty Arrives At Borgman Ford This Fall

February 21st, 2019


Borgman Ford is excited to share some info about the upcoming 2020 Ford Super Duty with truck fans in West Michigan! Arriving at out Grand Rapids showroom sometime during fall this year, this newly-designed and heavily-upgraded F-Series workhorse is packed with new features, options, and technologies to better serve civillian and commercial uses alike. Read the rest of this entry »

The 2019 Ford Escape: Purpose-Built for West Michiganders On The Go

February 12th, 2019

If you’re thinking it’s time to upgrade your wheels before your next road trip, stop in and see the versatile New 2019 Ford Escape at Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids! No matter if you’re going for a big grocery run or adventuring through the rolling terrain of West Michigan, this flexible and dependable Ford SUV is up for the task. Every inch of the 2019 Ford Escape has been designed around the busy adventurer.

In this post, we’ve highlighted some key features to show just how versatile this Ford Utility is, and what options are before you to make it truly yours. Take a quick look in the sections below and visit Borgman Ford today to experience what it has to offer.


2019 Ford Escape Engine & Powertrain

Trekking around is made easier with a multitude of safety and convenience running both front-and-center and behind the scenes. These include features like available Intelligent 4WD, which will keep an eye on wheel-slip from road conditions and automatically re-distribute power between the front and rear wheels to compensate. Available Curve Vectoring & Torque Control will monitor the forces on your vehicle while making turns – manipulating the throttle, brakes, and torque distribution to make sure your 2019 Ford Escape hugs the inside of turns and stays firmly planted to the road.

The 2019 Ford Escape’s impressive three-engine lineup offers customizability for the types of adventures you expect to embark upon:

  • 2.5L I-4 Engine with Intake Variable Cam Timing. Sometimes, there’s just no replacement for displacement, and this is a great all-around no-frills engine that gets the job done.
  • 1.5L EcoBoost Turbocharged Engine. This versatile engine balances performance with efficiency to save you fuel while cruising and giving you bursts of power when you need it.
  • 2.0L EcoBoost Engine with Twin-Scroll technology. This is the top-tier engine in the 2019 Ford Escape lineup, boasting 245 horsepower (plenty for its size) and incredibly fast torque delivery. Twin-Scroll technology offers a unique advantage over a standard twin turbo setup, as they alternate their pulse energy to give you the same power much smoother and quicker. This engine option also accepts the Class II Tow Package and can haul up to 3,500 pounds with this equipment.


2019 Ford Escape Interior Features & Cargo Space

Every good captain on an adventure needs a co-pilot, and Ford SYNC 3 available on the 2019 Ford Escape fits the bill perfectly. Now integrated with Amazon Alexa, using your voice to access features is easier than ever. Ask for directions, play music, and more.

Also available is the built-in 4G LTE WiFi Hotspot, keeping you and your passengers better-connected while out exploring West Michigan. This also enables FordPass, opening up a host of connectivity features.

Any passengers looking up from their screens will be treated to the amazing scenery surrounding us through the available Panoramic Vista Moonroof – unless of course all of your adventure gear is mounted to the sturdy roof rails! Speaking of gear, the 2019 Ford Escape has 34 cubic feet of cargo area in the back, expanding to 68 cubic feet with the 60/40 rear-folding seats flipped down. If you frequently find yourself loading up your SUV with your hands full, with the Intelligent Access Key in your pocket a simple wave of your foot is all that’s needed to open the rear liftgate.


2019 Ford Escape Convenience & Safety

In the 2019 Ford Escape, as with the rest of the New Ford Lineup, they’ve struck a delicate balance between including a suite of driver-assist features that are helpful, intuitive, and will not distract you from driving. These convenience features (some standard and others with optional packages) include but are not limited to:

  • Standard Backup Camera & Optional Reverse Sensing System: While in reverse, the screen of your Ford SYNC system switches to show a real-time view of what’s behind your vehicle, with handy curve guides to help visualize your turning radius based on input from your steering wheel. The Reverse Sensing System helps further dial-in your parking by making a series of sounds that get faster and faster while approaching an obstruction.
  • BLIS with Cross-Traffic Alert: Using RADAR to detect moving vehicles around you, the Blind-Spot Information System will alert you to vehicles in your blind spot by illuminating an icon on your side mirrors, and will even flash if you’re about to back out into unseen cross traffic.
  • Adaptive Cruise Control: This feature behaves like normal cruise control, except that you set a speed and following distance to the vehicle in front of you, and the system will automatically maintain both variables.
  • Forward Collision Warning with Brake Support: Whether you’re using this feature with the Adaptive Cruise Control or not, the Forward Collision Warning will alert you to an obstruction in front of you and if necessary, attempt to stop the vehicle automatically. It’s no substitute for paying attention to the road, but it’s an incredibly helpful extra set of eyes.
  • Lane-Keeping System: Should you accidentally drift into the other lane, the lane-keeping system (when activated) will either vibrate the steering wheel, steer the vehicle back, or both.


There’s More to Explore on the New 2019 Ford Escape at Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids, MI

If you’re gearing up for your next round of adventures in West Michigan, visit the Borgman Ford showroom in Grand Rapids today and check out the New 2019 Ford Escape. While we covered many of the more popular ones here, there’s still a wealth of exterior and interior features and options to explore, and our staff will be happy to give you the grand tour.

If you want to be sure that the 2019 Ford Escape is the right SUV for your needs, ask us about our Day Trader Program and extend your test drive to a full day. Upon your return to the showroom, our staff will gladly answer any questions you may have about the vehicle, but will never pressure you into a sale. Check out our current lineup of New Ford Escape SUVs here and come see why we’re the Best in the West!

Borgman How To: Pre-Spring Vehicle Checkup

February 7th, 2019


With the West Michigan winter weather’s ups and downs this season, we’re going to be seeing more and more potholes spring up around Grand Rapids. While drivers can learn to spot them and move around them, sometimes it just isn’t safe to do, or they’re hidden beneath puddles. Striking one of these isn’t subtle, and hitting enough of them will do damage to your wheels and suspension. Between this and the salt spread on the roads, winter can take its toll on your vehicle.

Hopefully spring is right around the corner, and the Borgman Service Center can help you get your vehicle ready for the warmer weather. Our highly-trained staff will inspect your vehicle for suspension damage, check your fluid levels, replace your ice-damaged wiper blades, align your wheels, and inspect your vehicle top to bottom for other winter-related concerns. In this Borgman How To, we’ll cover some easy things you can do yourself to scrub the salt from your vehicle inside and out, and explain how to tell if you need to bring it in for more than a checkup.

Hit a Pot Hole? Here’s What To Watch For:

Potholes are formed when water seeps down between the cracks in the pavement and washes away the soil beneath. When the water re-freezes, it expands and breaks up the pavements making pits. Since there has been a lot of this going on this season, you’re bound to see a few of them while out driving in West Michigan. While making sure your tires are properly inflated and your suspension is aligned can help protect your vehicle if you hit one, it’s still best to avoid them if at all possible.

There are a few components they get the worst of it when you hit a big one or at high speeds, and those are your tires, wheels, and suspension. The sharp edges of a pothole can strike the tire at angles they’re not designed for, causing sidewall breaches or separating the treads. Rims can become dented and let air out if the tires aren’t fully inflated, and suspension components can become bent or misaligned.

Spotting the first two issues is pretty straight-forward: if the tire doesn’t go flat you’ll be able to see a dent in the rim by crouching down to look. Be sure to check both sides very carefully, and sometimes it helps to move the vehicle a little bit to rotate the wheel. When in doubt, Contact the Borgman Service Center as soon as possible for an expert inspection.

Catching suspension damage is a little more nuanced, as sometimes it manifests itself gradually. Symptoms of damaged or misaligned suspension include uneven tire wear, squeaking or clunking while turning, a rougher ride, or just “something feeling off” about the steering. These issues can lead to even bigger, costlier issues if left ignored, so if you suspect something isn’t right Schedule an Appointment right away.

How To Remove Salt and Winter Buildup From Your Vehicle Body

Salt, and compounds like it are torturous to vehicles, but they’re necessary to keep motorways free of ice in the winter time. Unfortunately the treated water works its way into the underside of your vehicle and promotes rust. Frequent car washes guard against this, but what they can’t do is remove contaminants from the paint job itself. Little bits of dirt and gunk work their way into tiny scratches in the clear coat and will eat away at it until they’re removed. Once the weather warms up, this is something you can do yourself.

After washing the car, use a detailing clay kit on every inch of the body work to pull this stuff out before buffing and shining. Spray an area with clay lubricant and rub the clay back and forth across this spot to pull the contaminants out. Once you stop feeling resistance, that spot is clean. Rework the clay and move on to the next spot. Follow the directions on the box carefully, as you’ll also need to seal the paint when you’re done with a good waxing.

How To Lift Salt Stains From The Interior Carpeting

Unfortunately those of us with black carpeting in our vehicles notice it first, but the salt water we track in with our shoes will dry, leaving unsightly salt stains behind. These aren’t easy to remove, but it’s not impossible to do yourself. All you need is some white vinegar, a scrub brush, a spray bottle, and some water. Remove the carpet floor mats from the vehicle first, as there may very well be stains below them too. Spray the affected areas with the vinegar/water mixture and gently brush the stain. Blot the area with a dry towel to pull the salty water out, repeating as necessary. Remember not to scrub too hard as you’ll damage your carpet.

Vinegar works really well here but if you’re put-off by the smell, there are a number of different carpet cleaners in the automotive section of the supermarket. Follow the directions on the can, but they usually involve spraying foam onto the area, loosening the stain with a brush, and vacuuming up the residue when it dries. It often takes about 2-3 times to get it out, but your mileage may vary. If you’d like to permanently skip the floor mat step of this yearly ritual, visit Borgman and ask about all-weather floor mats for your vehicle.

Wipers, Fluids, and Other Components That Need To Be Inspected

Windshield wipers are usually the first thing you’ll notice need replacing in early spring. They’ll streak, squeak, and if the winter ice has really done them in, they’ll split and crack. Don’t wait for more rain or sleet to let you know it’s time for new ones, and visit the Borgman Service Center for a fresh set. Having us replace them ensures you’re getting the exact size your vehicle needs, and they’ll be replaced with high-quality Motorcraft wipers.

While you’re here, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to have our technicians check all of your fluid levels, change your oil if it’s getting to be about that time, and inspect all of your belts and hoses for cracks or signs of wear. After our inspection is complete, we’ll give you a full run-down of the condition of your vehicle, including the tires, brakes, battery health, possible leaks, and more. Check out our latest Service Coupons, Schedule Your Appointment Online, and come see why We’re the Best in the West!

See the Ford Lineup at the 2019 Michigan International Auto Show

February 1st, 2019

West Michigan’s extreme winter weather hasn’t put a damper on this year’s Michigan International Auto Show at DeVos Place. Borgman was impressed by the turnout, and loved chatting with enthusiasts and casual shoppers about the latest and greatest additions to the Ford lineup! With Grand Rapids Public Schools being closed for the week, kids of all ages and their families crowded the venue to check out cool cars like the 2019 Mustang GT Convertible or go for a “spin” on the Ford Forza Simulator.

Below, we’ve rounded up a few of the New Ford Cars, Trucks, and SUVs you can see on display at the auto show, and if you’d like to test drive them please drop by for a visit anytime! Our staff will be more than happy to help you.


The All-New 2020 Ford Explorer

Taking center stage at Ford’s sprawling display was the prototype of the upcoming 2020 Ford Explorer SUV, due out in mid to late summer this year. This latest version is clad in a stunning, newly-redesigned exterior and bears an overwhelming number of new or updated features. Under the hood, the 3.0L turbocharged EcoBoost® V6 engine promises this will be the most powerful Ford Explorer to date, and holds numerous improvements to the Terrain Management System as well.

Visitors peered into the cabin of the new model at the impressive 10.1″ portrait-mounted touch screen on the center console as well as the high-quality fit and finish of the upholstery and accents. Read more about the All-New 2020 Ford Explorer reveal here and be on the lookout for the new model this summer at Borgman Ford.

Below are more exciting models you can see at the 2019 Michigan International Auto Show at DeVos Place this weekend:


The All-New 2019 Ford Ranger Pickup

Complete with its own scenic display, the gleaming-white 2019 Ford Ranger sat a just few paces away with another gray model close by. The return of the Ford Ranger has been hotly anticipated by West Michigan truck fans, and many took the opportunity to get in and look around the cabin.


The New 2019 Ford F-150 Lariat

On the more premium end of the Ford F-Series is the 2019 Ford F-150 Lariat. Featuring a sleek chrome grille, leather-trimmed, heated and ventilated 10-way power-adjustable front seats, and an 8″ LCD productivity screen makes this the perfect truck for work or play in West Michigan.


The New 2019 Ford F-150 STX

This 2019 Ford F-150 donning the STX appearance package comes complete with a sporty black mesh grille, machined aluminum wheels, a number of interior upgrades, and SYNC® 3. This package also includes body-color bumpers, privacy glass and STX badging.


The New 2019 Ford Mustang

The legendary Ford Mustang has been a fan favorite for decades, and you can see two of them on display here. Sit behing the wheel of the 2019 Mustang Convertible or the 2019 Mustang Coupe and visit us to experience the raw power of their 5.0L V8 and the smooth shifts of the 10-speed automatic transmission – faster than a manual!


The New 2019 Ford Edge ST

This is the first Ford SUV built by Ford Performance, producing 335 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque – all thanks to the powerful 2.7L V6 turbocharged EcoBoost® engine under the hood. The 2019 Ford Edge ST also features a host of driver-assist features like wireless charging, Intelligent AWD, and more.


Check Out The Rest of the Impressive 2019 Ford Lineup

There are plenty more Fords to explore at the Michigan International Auto Show, and if you see something you like, check out our Online Inventory and reserve your test drive at Borgman Ford in Grand Rapids today! Our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff are here to help you find the right Ford Vehicle for your needs and budget. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have, but will never pressure you into a sale. Read about our dealership history and “Red Coat” traditions here and come see why we’re the Best in the West!

Other Fun Exhibits with Fords at the Michigan International Auto Show

If you make it downtown to the show, there are other fun Ford models to check out on the concourse too!


Ford Explorer – Kent County Sherrif’s Office

Uniformed officers from the Kent County Sherrif’s Office stood near a Ford Explorer Interceptor Utility, answering questions about the vehicle with kids and grownups alike!

1957 Ford Custom 300 Police Car – Gilmore Car Museum

This 1957 Ford Custom 300 was built specifically by Ford Motor Company for the needs of the police fleet. Referred to as a “Police Interceptor,” it was equipped with a 312 cu. in. 300 hp supercharged engine, and included non-standard seat belts as part of the police safety package. Visit the Gilmore Car Museum website here.


1999 Ford Ranger EV – Gilmore Car Museum

This fully electric-powered Ranger pickup was actually only offered as a lease to fleets and Ford employees and only about 1,400 were ever produced. It was donated to the Gilmore Car Museum by a Ford Design Team member involved with EV project. Visit the Gilmore Car Museum website here.

Ford F-550 Super Duty Chassis Cab – Fire Truck

Built by firetruck builder HME Ahrens-Fox, this Ford F-550 features a 4×4 chassis with a GVWR of 19,500 lbs and a 300-HP engine producing 660 lbs ft-lbs of torque. Read more about them here.


About the Michigan International Auto Show

See the finest traveling displays with new vehicles – including sedans, vans, SUV’s, trucks, hybrids and sports cars. Not only is the Auto Show the BEST place to shop and compare options for every day vehicles, it is also the first opportunity for West Michigan residents to see many of the most recently released or “soon to be released” models! Presented by the Grand Rapids New Car Dealers Association. Visit for more information.

West Michigan Winter Auto Accident? Trust The Experts at the Borgman Collision Center from Start to Finish

January 31st, 2019

This year, the 2019 West Michigan winter weather arrived late and is certainly making up for lost time. During the extensive snowfall, road conditions have gone from slippery to outright dangerous. This is made  since the temperatures have been too low for salt to have any effect on the roads. We sincerely hope everyone is driving safe out in Grand Rapids and West Michigan, but if your vehicle is damaged this winter in an accident we’re here to help.

The Borgman Collision Center is Grand Rapids & West Michigan’s one stop shop for every collision repair need. No matter what make of vehicle you drive, our experienced team of professionals will work with your insurance company and restore your vehicle to pre-accident condition. What sets us apart is our dedication to ensuring the customer has a good experience every step of the way, even though the circumstances of their visit are less than ideal.

Borgman Collision Will Work With Your Insurance Company

Despite what you might think (or what might be implied,) by Michigan law you have the right to choose your own collision repair center. Insurance companies prefer to send your vehicle to one of their partner shops in the area. It’s not always true, but this can often mean corners will be cut before and during the repair process to save on costs. For example, lower-quality parts may be used and inspections might not be done thoroughly. Rest assured, Borgman Collision will negotiate with your insurer on your behalf and ensure the highest-quality parts available are used, and your vehicle is carefully inspected for hidden damage that may have occurred. Read more about our approach to the insurance claims process here.

Choose Borgman Collision For Winter Auto Accident Repair in Grand Rapids & West Michigan

We work for you, the customer, not the insurance companies and we promise to keep your best interests in the forefront. Here are some reasons to choose us to restore your vehicle should it become damaged this winter:

  • Work with all insurance companies
  • Service all makes and models
  • Lifetime warranty on workmanship for as long as you’re the owner of the vehicle
  • We have Factory-trained and certified technicians
  • I-CAR Platinum certified technicians
  • I-CAR Gold certified shop for over 12 years
  • Certified to repair the All-new aluminum Ford F-150
  • We use as many factory OEM parts as possible
  • Available pick-up and delivery service
  • Free loaner vehicles
  • Se Habla Español

If your vehicle is damaged in an accident this winter season, the Borgman Collision Center in Grand Rapids will handle all the details so that you don’t have to! Give us a call at 616-249-8857 or visit our Collision Repair Center Page for more information.


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