15 Cheap OBD II Scanners (Under $100), Ranked Best to Worst

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Brian Nadel

Brian Nadel is a freelance writer and editor who specializes in technology reporting and reviewing. He works out of the suburban New York City area and has covered topics from nuclear power plants and Wi-Fi routers to cars and tablets.

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  • Edvardas Astrauskas
    For VAG group vehicles OBDeleven is number one. With this tool you can perform tweaks for your car not only read and clear trouble codes. Price of this tool is 78$
  • speedsuccess2
    Err. Did my comment not get posted. I said these scanners are all hardware. But not much is mentioned about software that actually powers them. For benefit of other readers, you can read this article that shares top obd software: http://www.totalcardiagnostics.com/learn/7-best-obd2-software-reviewed-tested/
  • Saga Lout
    It's time to close this thread which has become a Spam magnet. The best recommendations were in the first post.