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 scanner is based off of Launch X431 software but uses a Windows platform. At the time I purchased mine, bluetooth connectivity was just starting to become mainstream. Compared to the earlier launch scanners its not half     —Robert Rathbun II Read more...
Verdict Snap-on
Picked this unit up to replace a stolen Solus Ultra. It came from Ebay and actually was 1 step higher in software. I have been using Snap On scanners since 06. So far I have had very few disappointments. I have been hoping Sn    —Lee Abel Read more...
Maximus Matco Tools
Maximus 1.0. Also, the worst I have ever purchased. It roughly imitates the Verus in size and looks. I was excited at first because it was Windows 7 and Verus was still XP. I thought it was going to be fast and easier to    —Bob Haines Read more...

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