For the second comparison, let’s now take the example of another rival product i.e. Snap-On Solus Edge Scan Tool.
First of all, the display of Snap-On Solus Edge Scan Tool isn’t as good as Autel Maxisys Elite.
For example, Snap-On Solus Edge Scan Tool comes with an 8-inch display.
On the contrary, Autel Maxisys Elite features a large, crystal clear, and stunning 9.7-inch Retina display.
Furthermore, Autel MaxiSys Elite features a lightning fast boot up time i.e. 20 seconds. Unfortunately, Snap-On Solus Edge Scan Tool doesn’t offer any such feature.
Snap-On Solus Edge Scan Tool provides SureTrack expert information & verified parts replacement records to proceed with your vehicle diagnosis.
Nevertheless, Snap-On scanner doesn’t offer as many vehicle diagnosis features as Autel automotive scanner provides.
For your quick reference, Autel Diagnostic Scanner MaxiSys Elite offers the following car diagnosis features, such as Coding function, DPF reset, Throttle matching, Injector programming, Tire pressure reset, SAS reset, Anti-theft matching, and more.
Compatible with all Domestic, Asian and European vehicles.
Provides SureTrack expert information.
An automotive scanner that helps you perform a confident diagnosis of your car.
Boot-up time isn’t that fast.
Screen size is average — 8-inches display.
Lacks of some modern car diagnosis features.