Average Rating
Fatih Tinaz Owner/Technician at Bertin Automotive
Overpriced with many holes. 4 channel scope ok. Updates very expensive and fault descriptions are sometimes incorrect leading to misdiagnosis. Should be made in the U.S. for the money they charge.
Michael Chevalier Technician at Lia Toyota of Northampton
The tool is near the top as far as automotive scan tools are concerned. I'm very impressed with the everyday features of the tool (i.e. bidirectional controls, oscilloscope, and general ease of code scans and vehicle connectivity). The fact that the scanner runs on Windows 7 32 bit is a plus for ease of use. It makes the everyday user more familiar with the scanner. Since it is a full blown computer tablet, you can also install other brands of os Read more...
Eduardo Santana Technician/Shop Foreman at Martens Chevrolet
Snap On Scan tools have always had the best speed in data capture and scan code reading. The Verus is not a speed demon when it comes to boot times and connecting to vehicle. But once your booted and connected its fast and with its easy user friendly interface using it is such breeze. Once its on I never turn it off I Just keep it on in its docking bay and It's ready to use every time, no down time waiting for it to boot. Sure it's not perfect wh Read more...
Joseph Craft Owner at Craft's Auto Repair
Very slow in comparison to the Autel maxsys. If and only if I had never used the Autel would I thank this is a good tool. Very disappointed in my purchase of this tool.
Kevin Manuel Owner/Technician at Syntech Motorsports
This tool is fast, well thought out and king of the diagnostic world. The speed of the full system scan or health report is incredible. Im not going to get into detail but if you're in the market for a new scan tool feel free to get in touch with me and we can chat.