This month a series of updates took place, including the addition of new models, new vehicle data, plus a range of feature enhancements, as part of the product’s on-going development to continually reflect the demands of a modern workshop.
- 86 new or updated models were added, including: Ford Galaxy (15-16), Peugeot 3008 (14-16), Toyota Auris (12-16), BMW 3 Series (15-16), Mercedes-Benz C-Class (15-16)
- 2085 vehicle updates occurred on new models, with information obtained directly from vehicle manufacturers
- 643 vehicle updates occurred on existing models, including: key programming, repair times, service schedules, TPMS and wiring diagrams
The following features were introduced or modified to improve the user experience and increase workshop efficiency.
New change brake module launched
We have launched a brand new module that brings together all aspects of changing brakes into one easy to use module, ensuring the correct processes are followed on even the most complex vehicles. This section includes all the appropriate Technical Specifications (lubricants, tightening torques, disc & drum dimensions), Jacking Points and Repair Times. More importantly, the module includes specific procedures for Jacking Mode and Electric Parking Brake, in line with Autodata’s philosophy of saving mechanics time and making sure they are aware of everything they need to know.
Additional improvements to performance, stability and security
We work continuously to enhance our product’s performance; over the last month, we have enhanced search features, such as the addition of a scroll bar within the vehicle variant list to ensure that all available options are easily visible and accessible.
During the coming months, Autodata will continue to make further updates to enhance the user experience and ensure subscribers are always receiving the latest technical information and innovative features:
- Enhanced search functionality
- New models and vehicle updates
- New known fixes and bulletins
- New service schedules