Innova Electronics Corp. has launched a new website at www.Innova.com. The site features a contemporary design that reflects the company’s commitment to leading the industry in automotive tools for diagnosing the computerized vehicles of today and tomorrow.
“Our new Innova.com website was updated to be extremely user-friendly and easy-to-navigate with new features and upgrades, so visitors can quickly find the information they need about our high quality diagnostic tools to complete the vehicle repair efficiently and accurately,” said Niko Ruiz, product marketing manager, Innova Electronics Corp. “Not only is there a new look and feel to the site, but we also made it compatible with mobile devices, so the site can be accessed at any time.”
Visitors to the website will find information about Innova’s diagnostic tool line which offers what the company claims is the most powerful, affordable and simplest method to access today’s complex on board diagnostic (OBD) systems. New Innova product pages include digital multimeters, electrical testers, mechanical testers, OBD1 tools and timing lights. Company information, technical support and manuals are also included on the website, in addition to helpful repair information such as a diagnostic trouble code library, tech tips, videos, a pre-diagnosis worksheet, a glossary, and a repair shop and parts store locator.
The site also features information and access to RepairSolutions. This web-based service was created to assist technicians of all levels in quickly and accurately diagnosing and repairing vehicles. Subscribers can view, save and email the diagnostic data retrieved from a vehicle’s on-board computer(s) using an Innova diagnostic tool. RepairSolutions provides access to an extensive knowledge database compiled by a team of skilled engineers and ASE certified technicians for over 10 years. With the new site, users can now login to RepairSolutions through their Facebook and Google accounts.
With the website launch, RepairSolutions has been upgraded to include features that are not tied to a diagnostic report such as the overall vehicle score, which includes: current market value, MPG rating, five year cost to own, crash safety rating, safety recalls, reliability and technical service bulletins grade.