Foxwell NT530 OBD2 code scanner with 2 free software support multi- languages, works with the most of latest 2018 and 2019 American, European and Asian car models. It adds 3 more vehicle makes incl. Mitsubishi, Nissan, Renault, and can work compatible with the BMW F series. It can ship from UK warehouse no need Tax! Here share a real feedback of NT530 from one obdiitool.co.uk customer recently.
As for delivery and support, OBDIITOOL and Foxwell are amazing. The box arrived very quickly by DHL (one of the most reliable couriers in our area and experience). Interestingly, the DHL “From” address was in Hong Kong and the delivery service was “DHL Express Worldwide” so I’m not sure accurate the “UK Ship” description was in the website listing, but either way delivery was quick (3 days over a weekend) and there was no hint of having to clear customs – perhaps shipped from some bonded warehouse, I don’t know?
This scanner and the company are stunningly good. I’ve used several generic scanners in the past but been disappointed with how often their codes are too vague. I’ve also used VAG-COM and been delighted with how detailed and accurate it is for makes that it supports. I therefore thought a manufacturer-specific scanner would be the best option to investigate some weird behaviour on a Dacia. To be honest, the Foxwell NT530 with Renault/Dacia software isn’t quite as detailed as VAG-COM on a laptop, but it’s impressively close (close enough to not worry about the difference), plus it’s a whole lot cheaper and also more flexible than dragging a laptop around. I’ve immediately found four fault codes that nothing else could explain, quickly identified the problem with the car, and as an added bonus, also fiddled with the car setup such as turning off the annoying seatbelt warning buzzer.
The Foxwell scanner also has the option of adding other manufacturers – I’ve only used it on a Dacia so far, although the Peugeot was a much bigger download so I’m sure it’ll be at least as good.
Setup was initially a bit clunky because I didn’t realise that you need to select “update” on the FoxAssist app at the same time as “update” on the scanner screen, but after some trial and error I was away. Contacting Foxwell to enable the two manufacturer downloads was also quirky but soon worked brilliantly – I’d suggest not bothering with the FoxAssist “Support Ticket” or “Complain” options (I couldn’t get either of these to work), or bothering with emailling OBDIITOOL or Foxwell (both worked although slow) – by far the best option was to WhatsApp the Chinese number. The WhatsApp chat was turbo-charged – despite being out of hours on a weekend in China, they replied almost immediately, understood the issue and activated the two manufacturer downloads from their end. Another quick session plugging the scanner into the computer, selecting “update” on both, two downloads later and a quick trip to the car, and I’m grinning like a happy school kid!!
Thank you Foxwell and thank you OBDIITOOL (I get that they’re the same people!) I’ll not be using anything or anyone else in future.
That’s all! Thanks for your sincere feedback @Matt.
Available link to get Foxwell NT530 Scanner with 2 free car makes updated from nt520: