In this Humzor NexzDAS Pro diagnostic tool review, eobdtool is going to show you a choice with high-quality performance and reasonable price. Customers using it have given very positive feedback, far better than expected from its price.
Generally, Humzor NexzDAS Pro is equipped with full-system scan, 9 reset functions, key programming and 3-year update for free.
It can read and delete error codes, and also do things like auto oxygen sensors. It has Auto VIN, but not complete, you must have VIN number if you don’t know exactly about your car. The OBD connector, VCI is a full-system scan, sometimes it can check up to 50 or 55 systems in car. The VCI, you can install in Android/IOS phone but from my experience, it’s more efficient in Android.
Compare Humzor NexzDAS Pro and Autel MaxiCOM MK808:
|Item||Humzor NexzDAS Pro||Autel MK808|
|Special functions||9+Immo key||24+Immo key|
|Key programming||21 brands||Basic|
|Auto VIN||Yes, but not complete||Yes|
|Package||Paper box||Carry case|
after three-year free
|Annual subscrption after one-year free|
|Update fee per year||100$||130-150$|
More about key programming, please check:
Customer voices louder than words:
Renault Dacia Docker 2015 reads modules with error but the machine has no errors
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2013 detects some modules but does not connect to them
BMW F10 works properly (tested on read/clear error)
Mercedes ML350 2016 works properly (tested on read/clear error)
Ford Fiesta 2013 works properly (tested on read/clear error)
VW Passat 2001/2002 works properly (tested on read/clear error) Not work interval resetting (connection error)
Volvo XC90 2006 is not listed (on other models it does not connect on any module)
Opel Corsa D 2014 works properly (tested on read/clear error)
Ok this scan tool is really great i can perform actuation tests and has bidirectional control on my 2015 Toyota where I was not able to do much of anything with my car on other scanner tools this was is more than able to. I highly recommend this tool. I was very skeptical at first but have been amazed at tool. I recently tried autel mk808 mx808 and matco Maglite wich matco was the worst of the 3 others, the humzor is better than the other 3. I am an automotive technician well still in school for it but we have some high end scan tools I’m talking $4,000 scan tools, I think this would hold up against some of them.
Works great. There is a learning curve to it. Just have to play around with it.
Must use the standard OBDII setting on the top for most older cars.
It lacks a few things, but having the blue tooth is very handy, I’m not tethered to the car. For this price it seems good for the price.