Jan 04, 2019 - 09:00 AM
The short answer is that in some cases Snap On will be better, in other cases the Auro will be better. The area where the Auro is most likely to excel would be Asian and European vehicles.
This tool will have considerably more functions for keys and immobilizer modules.
It should have similar bi-directional controls for powertrain and other non-powertrain modules in most cases.
The Auro 600 will include additional service reset and short cuts that the Snap On will not have.
Snap On generally has good OBD1 coveraege (95 and older). The Auro will not have any coverage before 1996 and may have reduced functionality from 1996-2004 in limited cases compared to Snap On.