The new FOXWELL GT75 got many buyers wondering if they have to buy it or go for the older one, the GT65. These tools are different but share many features and functions. To know which to buy, read this FOXWELL GT65 vs. GT75 review.
Both GT65 and GT75 are two different tools from the same manufacturer competing for the same market. The two can confuse buyers or even curious people who want to know the differences and similarities.
In this article, I will give a detailed review of the tools and a look at the features that set them apart. Read on to know which is the perfect choice if you are on the market for a scanner and diagnostic tool.
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FOXWELL GT65 vs. GT75: Complete comparison table
|System diagnostics||All systems||All systems|
|Advanced service functions||24 advanced service functions, some of which includes:|
Windows and door adaptation
Throttle position reset
|Supports the most commonly required service functions such as:
|Coding/programming||ECU codingInjector codingProgram plug-in control moduleKey ProgrammingReplacement control module coding and programming.||Control module coding and programmingKey coding.|
|Specialties||Actuations, adaptations and control module coding.||Debug log collection.|
|Supported Vehicles||OBD2 cars, SUVs, 12V trucks||OBD2 cars, SUVs, 12V trucks|
*Notes: Excellent: 9-10; Good: 7-8; Fair: 5-6; Poor: 3-4; Very poor: 1-2
FOXWELL GT65 vs. GT75: The similarities?
Both FOXWELL GT65 and GT75 support all OBD2 functions. These include the freeze frame, I/M readiness, vehicle information, DTC lookup, O2 sensor, on-board monitor, component test, read/clear codes to turn off engine light, etc. There is no differentiating factor here, but you can check on the prices. Either of the two auto diagnostic tools will give you accurate results.
Advanced system diagnostics
FOXWELL GT65 and GT75 have full system diagnosis functions. They can provide a detailed diagnosis and accurate results on all vehicle modules such as PCM, ECM, EPS, PDM, TPM, BCM, SCCM, and ABS. You can also depend on them to diagnose ABS, SRS, Engine, and transmission. These are advanced tools for auto mechanics and technicians, but advanced DIYers can also buy them.
|FOXWELL GT65||FOXWELL GT75|
|ISO9141-2, ISO14230-2, ISO15765-4, K/L Lines, Double K Line SAE-J1850 VPW, SAE-J1850PWM, CAN ISO 11898, High-Speed, Middle-Speed, Low-Speed and Single Wire CAN, KW81, KW82, GM UART, UART Echo Byte Protocol, Honda Diag-H Protocol, TP2.0, TP1.6, SAE J1939, SAE J1939, SAE J1708, Fault-Tolerant CAN.||ISO9141-2, ISO14230-2, ISO15765-4, K/L Lines, Double K Line SAE-J1850 VPW, SAE-J1850PWM, CAN ISO 11898, High-Speed, Middle-Speed, Low-Speed and Single Wire CAN, KW81, KW82, GM UART, UART Echo Byte Protocol, Honda Diag-H Protocol, TP2.0, TP1.6, SAE J1939, SAE J1939, SAE J1708, Fault-Tolerant CAN.|
FOXWELL GT65 and FOXWELL GT75 are compatible with vehicles that use OBD2 protocols, CAN, UART Echo Byte Protocol, Honda Diag-H Protocol, and many others. Get more details from the comparison table above. There are higher chances that your specific vehicle model is supported by any of these two diagnostic tools.
FOXWELL GT65 and FOXWELL GT75 both have bi-directional control capability. Through this function, you can perform active tests on various vehicle components and monitor the operation of the actuators, including switching solenoid, relay, or changing between two operating states. You will be able to achieve all that with any of these tools.
FOXWELL GT65 vs. GT75: The differences?
Advanced service functions
If you are to buy either GT65 or GT75, then we recommend the former. It has 24 advanced service functions, which is more than what GT75 offers you. If you are a mechanic or technician, GT65 merges as the most versatile diagnostic tool that allows you to carry out service on many vehicle systems.
|FOXWELL GT65||FOXWELL GT75|
|Compatible with the latest 2020 models, including SUV, Minivans, light-duty trucks.Specific models are as follows:Chrysler, Ford, GM, Acura, Daewoo, Daihatsu, Honda, Hyundai, Hyundai CV, Infiniti, Isuzu, Kia, Lexus, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Scion, SsangYong, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Mahindra, Tata, Abarth, Alfa-Romeo, Audi, Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Bugatti, Citroen, Dacia, EU Ford, Fiat, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lancia, Land Rover, Lamborghini, Maserati, Maybach, Mercedes Benz, Mini, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Saab, Seat, Skoda, Smart, Sprinter, Vauxhall, Volvo, VW, VW_CV, etc.||Compatible with the latest 2020/2021 models, including SUV, Minivans, light-duty trucks. Specific models are as follows:Chrysler, Ford, GM, Acura, Daewoo, Daihatsu, Honda, Hyundai, Hyundai CV, Infiniti, Isuzu, Kia, Lexus, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Scion, SsangYong, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Mahindra, Tata, Abarth, Alfa-Romeo, Audi, Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Bugatti, Citroen, Dacia, EU Ford, Fiat, Ferrari, Jaguar, Lancia, Land Rover, Lamborghini, Maserati, Maybach, Mercedes Benz, Mini, Opel, Peugeot, Renault, Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Saab, Seat, Skoda, Smart, Sprinter, Vauxhall, Volvo, VW, VW_CV, etc.|
FOXWELL GT65 and G75 support vehicles manufactured from 1996 to the latest models. But GT75 supports up to the 2021 models while GT65 stops at the 2020 models. That is because GT75 is the newest auto diagnostic tool in the market today, running the latest software. We hope that an update for GT65 will be available soon. That is the only way it can support these latest models.
The FOXWELL GT65 has more coding and programming capability than the GT75. The GT75 only codes and programs control modules and code keys, while GT65 additionally codes ECU and injector and program keys. If you are looking for an auto diagnostic tool for this capability, you are better off choosing the FOXWELL GT65.
Pros and cons
- Bi-directional and active tests.
- All OBD2 modes supported.
- Full system diagnosis.
- Up to 24 reset service functions.
- One-touch update through WIFI connection.
- Battery drains faster when updating the firmware.
- Supports key coding for several vehicles.
- Bi-directional and active tests.
- Debug log collection for faster fixes.
- Full OBD2 and all system diagnosis functions.
- Menu-driven navigation.
- Limited special service functions.
- ECU coding and programming not supported.
We have known the differences and similarities between the FOXWELL GT65 and GT75, but which is the right one to buy. We recommend GT65 for technicians and mechanics. It is a complete tool that allows you to perform detailed diagnosis and comprehensive testing on all vehicle components. The GT75 is a relatively new scanner catered by the manufacturer for use in workshops and technicians.
Does GT65 support diesel vehicles?
Yes. You can perform all system diagnosis on almost all diesel engines, provided your car uses the supported protocols. To clear any doubts, ask the customer support team about your specific vehicle model.
Can you perform key relearn with GT65 on Toyota cars?
Yes, but not all. FOXWELL GT65 can support key relearn in most of the Toyota car models. However, you should inquire more about your car before buying the tool.
Does FOXWELL GT65 come with a case and a protective screen film?
Yes. This professional auto diagnostic tool is nicely packed and comes with a protective casing. The screen is further protected from scratch by a film. You will receive it in one piece. If that is not the case, then you can ask for an exchange.
Does GT65 have free lifetime software updates?
No. The updates are only available for free for two years. Beyond that, you will need to subscribe for any new updates you wish to install.
Can the GT65 tool be operated with gloves on?
Yes. The 8” daylight readable color LCD touchscreen responds to touches even when you wear gloves. You should also not worry about scratching the screen because it has a protective film.