As part of Autodata’s ongoing development to continually reflect the demands of a modern workshop, we provide monthly updates to bring you the latest vehicle models, manufacturer updates of technical information, as well as Autodata’s newest modules and feature enhancements.
NEW TO AUTODATA FOR CARS AND VANS
1162 technical updates were recently loaded to Autodata, including repair times, battery procedures, service schedules, Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS), wiring diagrams, wheel alignments, jacking points, key programming, fixes and bulletins, electric parking brakes, clutches, and more.
Updated vehicles this month include:
Audi A3 Cabriolet (8V7) (2014-2016), BMW 2 Series Cabriolet (F23) (2015-2021), BMW 2 Series Cabriolet (F23) (2015-2021), Ford Ranger (PXII) (2015-2018), Jaguar I-Pace (X590) (2018-2022), Kia Cerato (2019-2022), Kia Optima (2015-2020), Mazda 6 (GL) (2016-2022), Mazda CX-30 (DM) (2020-2022), Mercedes-Benz B-Class (247) (2019-2022), Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupe (118) (2019-2022), Mercedes-Benz EQC (293) (2019-2022), Nissan Juke (F15) (2013-2020), Nissan Qashqai (J11) (2014-2021) and Suzuki Ignis (2017-2022).
The following features were introduced or modified to improve the user experience and increase workshop efficiency.
Stability and Security
This month, significant changes have been made behind the scenes to enhance performance, stability, and security as a part of Autodata’s ongoing development. This ensures the product works consistently and effectively for all technicians, providing the information they need when it’s needed.
In the coming weeks and months, Autodata will continue making further updates to enhance the user experience, and ensure subscribers always receive the latest technical information and innovative features. Expected features include:
- New models and vehicle updates
- New known fixes and bulletins
- New service schedules
- Enhanced features
- New modules