As part of Autodata’s ongoing development to continually reflect the demands of a modern workshop, regular updates take place monthly to bring you the latest vehicle models, manufacturer updates of technical information, as well as Autodata’s newest modules and feature enhancements.
CAR & VAN ADDITIONS & UPDATES
2809 updates of technical information were delivered including repair times, service schedules, TPMS, wiring diagrams, wheel alignment, trouble codes and much more.
Vehicles updated this month, include the Alfa Romeo Stelvio (17-) 2,0 petrol 2017-2018, Audi RS Q3 (8UG) (15-) 2,5 petrol 2015-2018, Jaguar E-Pace (X540) (17-) 2,0 petrol 2017-2018, Kia Stinger (17-) 2,2 diesel 2017-2018, Mercedes-Benz GLS (166) (16-) 3,0 petrol 2016-2018, Mini Countryman (F60) (17-) 2,0 diesel 2017-2018, Mitsubishi Outlander (12-) 2,0 petrol 2015-2018, Opel Crossland X (17-) 1,2 petrol 2017-2018, Renault Koleos II (HZG) (17-) 1,6 diesel 2017-2018, Seat Ibiza (KJ1) (17-) 1,0 petrol 2017-2018, Subaru XV (GT) (17-) 2,0 petrol 2017-2018, Volkswagen Polo (AW1) (17-) 1,0 petrol 2017-2018, Volvo XC60 (17-) 2,0 diesel 2017-2018 and more.
AUTODATA FOR MOTORCYCLES ADDITIONS & UPDATES
184 updates of technical information were delivered.
Motorcycles updated this month, include the Arctic Cat Prowler 2016-2018, Beta Xtrainer 2015-2018, BMW F750 2018-2018, Can-Am Outlander Max 2017-2018, Enfield Himalayan 2016-2018, Harley-Davidson FLHTK Ultra Limited 2017-2018, Hisun Strike 2017-2018, KTM Freeride 2018-2018, Yamaha MT-09 2018-2018, and many more.
NEW FEATURE ENHANCEMENTS
Stability & Security Enhancements
This month significant changes have been made behind the scenes to enhance the performance, stability, and security of our online workshop tool as a part of Autodata's ongoing development. This ensures that the product works consistently and effectively for all technicians, providing the information they need when it's needed.
Enhanced search functionality
New models and vehicle updates
New known fixes and bulletins
New service schedules
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