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iCarsoft CR Plus Review

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Review of:iCarsoft CR

Product Type: Handheld Unit 

Reviewed by:Alex Meyer

Quality of Build

Good quality product which works well and looks great.

Value For Money

For the price its functionality & performance make buying it a bargain.

Ease of Use

Intuitive interface makes it very easy to operate.

What We Like

  • Gives auto or manual set up option
  • Fast delivery
  • Record and replay data function

What We Don’t Like

  • Doesn’t provide standard measurements
  • Won’t work on cars it’s supposed to cover
  • Doesn’t read body electronic modules

Sure, this scanner isn’t among the premium brands but its simplicity and ease of use makes it a serious contender in the car repairing industry.

If you own a vehicle repair shop you might want to consider purchasing this iCarsoft CR Plus. Our review below will explain why.

iCarsoft CR Plus- Review

iCarsoft CR Review



This diagnostic tool enables you to detect and resolve problems in just a matter of seconds. It works even on high-end vehicles such as Mercedes, BMW and Porsche.

In our books, it’s worth considering if you want a basic scanner that performs well at an affordable price. If more functionality is important to you, consider paying a little extra for the more premium model.

But don’t just take our word for it—why not give it a try? You might be pleasantly surprised.

2 thoughts on “iCarsoft CR Plus Review”

  1. Opel 2004 astra , Honda CR-V, 2010 getz, 2010 T3 Yaris.
    The cars I mostly need diagnostics for;
    will this CR Pro, do the job.
    And some throttle body testing, etc.

  2. Ordered one a week ago right from their website as to not get a fake clone. After 3 attempts, I have not seen the unit or received an acknowledgement. When you call customer service no one picks up and it gets transferred to I think China, where you get a taped recording in Chinese.


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