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iATN Auto Pro Reviews
Automotive Product & Service Guide

Auto Pro Reviews is an automotive service industry product & service guide curated by the members of iATN. It features their expert reviews of the products and services in use every day in repair shops around the world, along with un-biased biographical information about the companies, products and services that serve our industry.

Product Reviews

Maximus Matco Tools
This is not a very good scanner. Had one for a year or two. We had to send it in 2 times for screen problems. Autel scanner is way better . maxisys elite is what I'm using now and I love this thing!    —Tony Todd
Maximus Matco Tools
I tried a demo Maximus a year ago and it was alright. I liked the scanner overall but not for the price point it was offered at. Well, I tried a demo unit again this year and got a lot of use from it this time around. I was     —Alex Ewing Read more...
Giotto ScanTool AutoEnginuity
we had this tool at CarMax ,it was the worst scan tool I have ever used!The company spent a ton of money put them in each store.I had advised against buying it.The thing just collected dust.    —William Dean

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