New Snap-on Diagnostics European Coverage

New Snap-on Diagnostics European Coverage

Additions include increased coverage and updates to standard features.

Snap-on has released an upgrade to its European coverage with more content and innovative features to help grow repair shops’ business.

Recent European coverage additions include new and enhanced general repair, collision and safety systems for Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Fiat, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes-Benz, MINI, Porsche, Smart,  Volkswagen and Volvo.

European highlights offer 2019 model year updates, expanded code scan and clear for 2019 and select 2020 model years, Ethernet/DoIP (diagnostics over internet protocol) for Jaguar, Land Rover and Volvo, plus updates to standard features like pre- and post-scan report capabilities, advanced drivers assistance systems (ADAS), service resets and relearns, special functions for engine, body and instruments and so much more. Refer to the new online Vehicle Coverage Guide to view an exhaustive list of new and existing coverage details.

Plus, Intelligent Diagnostics-enabled ZEUS, TRITON-D8, and APOLLO-D8 products offer more European coverage before and after traditional software releases, delivering greater day-to-day value.

Keeping software current is key to taking advantage of the latest codes, tests, tips, data, common parts replacement information, expert fixes and more for fast and accurate diagnostics. With Snap-on European coverage, technicians get proven innovation, reliability and support with true OEM-specific data to expand their diagnostic tools’ capabilities and increase their repair opportunities.

No matter the type of shop, customers can rely on Snap-on for comprehensive coverage, because maximizing shop capabilities to diagnose any challenge is our promise.

To learn more about the optional European coverage, visit https://diagnostics.snapon.com/software or talk to your Snap-on franchisee or other Snap-on sales representative.

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