Sir, the experience is going along pretty good.
So far I have had the opportunity of hooking it up to following cars
- City AT 09: Going into Transmission, DBW and Cluster
- City Steermatic: Going into CVT Transmission
- City iDSI: Adjusting Idle Mixture Adjustment (From Trimpot)
- City iDSI: Vario: Adjusting IDLE TP Value
- Toyota Vitz 2012: Transmission Access
- Toyota Mark X: For Hobby Purposes
- Toyota Gli 2NZ-FE: VVTi Testing ON-OFF, MANUAL CAM PHASE Changes, Manual Fuel Trim Increments/Decrements, Individual Cylinder Disengagement, Individual Cluster Gauge Tests etc etc
Now here is the thing which inclines me more towards Honda's than Toyota's. With a Honda Scan, the diag tool takes about 1 to 3 minutes and fetches everything the vehicle has to offer. ECM/AT/EPS/Electrical/ABS etc
With the Toyota, the tool offers so much more options before it can allow access to full features of the car. Example. you have to select multiple (upto 4-5 options) for a JDM car. e.g. Select Region (US,UK,JDM,Other) Select Yaris, Then Select 1KR-FE (out of other options), Then Select Frame Type, Then Select Production Year, Then With or Without Push Start, Then with or Without Smart Key etc etc etc
If you dont select the right fields, especially in Region, frame numbers or production year, some of the options which are available in the car wont be visible. However, with the Toyota's (JDMs or Local), the startup is pretty fast.
Like i usually say, I am still getting familiar with it. I hope this answers your question