Who remembers the time when you jumped in your car and hoped it would start, or even go into gear? Even a top mechanic couldn’t predict if their precious Sunday car could take the family to the beach and back home without an issue of a breakdown happening back in the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s. But as each decade rolled around the humble motor car just got better in moving us around with fewer breakdown concerns.
As the motor car becomes less motor and more electronic, the focus on issues of breakdowns on the motorway, or in your driveway, become less concerning. However, as the comfort, safety and emissions systems increase and get “smarter,” reliability comes back into question again. Automotive developers and designers are now in a hyperchange environment, as are most technology driven manufacturers. This can be an exciting time, as the ability to build almost any feature you dream of into mobile transport solutions is now a reality.
The world is changing, and so are cars and their use, and most people know autonomous cars are in final testing before production begins, while electric cars are now officially for sale and on the market.
Investment in high tech cars is massive as they are still considered our second biggest asset next to home ownership. The strong desire of owning your own car is still high in most modern wealthy countries, driven by the status of having the latest automotive design masterpiece. This alone keeps automotive manufacturers competing with each other for market share.
Reliability is of significant importance to car buyers, and these days most buyers list reliability among one of the top qualities they look for when buying a car – and most of these buyers are likely to buy the same brand again if they experience no issues with their car. Some diehard brand loyalists can stick with a brand even after experiencing three, or more issues, but this type of loyalty cannot be assured with the next generation of car buyers coming through.
More important, issues with technology, minor as they may be, are quickly becoming of greater importance as manufacturers race toward developing the next big “hit”. Trying to convince someone that a car can be trusted to drive them is a hard sell when that same car can’t even call someone’s mother via the faulty phone system.
All this technology needs an effective scanner that can not only read live data, clear codes and make short work of your diagnostic time, but can perform advanced functions such as coding and adaptions, as well as programming, with built- in instructions. The good news is LaunchNZ has the solution, the X431 Pad II Gen II. The top of the range and fastest Launch scanner yet!
The top-of-the-line dealer level/ auto electrical level Launch 2016 X431 Pad II Gen II now has superfast Octacore (eight CPUs), is exclusive to LaunchNZ and has more than 4,000 easy one-button updates a year – well over 100 makes!
With IP65 waterproof specifications, and a 1.5 metre drop-tested, dustproof design, plus OEM-level access to Asian, European, Australian, American and Domestic applications for module coding, resets, relearns and bi-directional capabilities.
It has code search, the quickest response for code solutions, auto searches Google with DTC and related info. Auto-ID available for vehicle systems and modules. Real-time remote diagnosis, link to Launch. Built-in repair database fast Wi-Fi. Class-1 Bluetooth 2.1 connector for optimum wireless connectivity. High resolution camera. 10.1 inchhigh resolution IPS touch screen. 12,000 mAh lithium-ion battery for up to 12 hours use.
Using the desktop docking station, and charging and storage is a breeze! There’s 64GB onboard memory, expandable up to 128G, and a Launch Wi-Fi portable printer is available.
Do not confuse it with any other Launch. We can prove it is the best! The professional heavy-duty 24V truck diagnostic module- based add-on to Launch Pad II Gen II is now available. For a limited time we are including a set of Truck adapters worth $900 at no charge. With every Pad II and Truck combo 50 percent off the truck scanner.
Please read the following: don’t regret it later!
Call us before you buy any other scanner. Have you come across people on TradeMe etc claiming they are a master dealer? Get the scanner serial number and let us know. We can verify it. Warning: we may switch off any scanner purchased through illegal channels – do you want a scanner that costs you money?
We have an official Launch head office letter on our website, and Launch head office is requesting us to take legal action.
The last thing you want to do is buy a tool which fails to work as described, or find it’s a clone and cannot be registered/repaired/supported. Here at LaunchNZ we are only a phone call away. All enquiries please call Vince on 021 241 4885 for quick response. www.Launchnz.co.nz.