Diagnostics R Us

Bearmach Hawkeye Pro

Bearmach’s Hawkeye Pro – available at http://www.mcdonaldlandrover.co.uk

Once upon a time the technology invested in cars moved most rapidly in their manufacture. Everyone knows about the production line and Henry Ford, and the search for faster and better production methods.

Oh how times have changed. Your Freelander, Defender, Evoque, Discovery or Range Rover will have in it more computers than you can shake a soldering iron at.

Since Volkswagen first introduced fuel injection in a mass-produced car, the Type 3, computers around the world have made a bid for freedom and colonised your car.

In case they go wrong, workshops and garages across the world have been buying more computers to talk to your car’s computer.

It doesn’t get any easier to explain when you look at the profusion of gadgetry in the cabin, as we sit in sumptuous comfort afforded by programmable adjustable seats, multi-zone air conditioning and heating, on board GPS and computerised vehicle settings, adjustable gearboxes and suspension and engine power and aerodynamic aids; the list goes on and on.

We’re happy with the Bearmach Hawkeye, Hawkeye Pro, Britpart Lynx and IID Tool home and workshop diagnostic computers we’re stocking.

So happy that we bought a Hawkeye Pro for the workshop. It doesn’t get more real than that.

Seek out our website for further details.

www.mcdonaldlandrover.co.uk or see me on Google+

This article was written by Rupert Astbury

McDonald Land Rover Ltd

McDonald Land Rover Ltd

McDonald Landrover Limited is run by husband and wife team, Rupert and Joanne Astbury in Oswestry on the Welsh Border. We started in 2001 with a small parts counter serving the local people and quickly gained a reputation for being helpful, knowledgeable and cost effective.

In 2002 we outgrew our then premises and moved to our current 11,000 sqft unit. It was at that time that demand for workshop facilities to run alongside the parts operation was realised. Expansion has then taken place in the following years both in numbers and areas of expertise. Then, in line with our policy of providing the best possible service for our customers, 2008 saw the start of our online parts shop. There are currently 11 staff working at McDonald Landrover which we feel gives a good balance between being large enough to cater for anyone’s requirements but small enough to still bring that personal service which has built both the business and the reputation.

www.mcdonaldlandrover.co.uk or see me on Google+

This article was written by Rupert Astbury