Save £100 on G-scan Tab PC-based diagnostics at Hickleys

Get free software updates for 12 months

Save £100 on G-scan Tab PC-based diagnostics at Hickleys

Save £100 on the G-scan Tab PC-based diagnostics tool and get 12 months free software updates, worth £349.

The G-scan Tab is the latest in a series of diagnostic tools including the G-scan and the G-scan 2.

Hickleys says the G-scan products have led the market in Asian vehicle diagnostics for many years offering OEM software for Kia and Hyundai, as well as outstanding depth and breadth of software in all other manufacturers.

Today the G-scan Tab is considered as an “all makes” diagnostic tool with the rapid growth of European software coverage whilst retaining their market leading position in Asian vehicles.

This is further complimented with the impressive coverage of American vehicle manufacturers.

The G-scan Tab offers strong and reliable bluetooth connectivity and can connect to a windows based tablet, laptop or computer.

The fast and intuitive software give in-depth capabilities on a huge range of vehicle makes and models, which is updated and expanded 3 times per year.

The G-scan Tab comes complete with one years software which includes three substantial updates.

Once the subscription period has finished the Gscan Tab will carry on working with all same functionalities.

Further purchases of of an annual software package will include three further updates, furthermore there and no penalties for catching up on missed software updates

Key features:

  • Wireless via Bluetooth
  • 24V CV support
  • Touch screen user interface
  • System and DTC Auto Search
  • Live data
  • Actuation test
  • Special function
  • Diagnostic trouble code
  • Smart update
  • Data graphing with auto scale
  • Data log and direct feedback

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Valid : End August 31, 2019

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