I bought a very cheap MPPS V16 for EDC15 EDC16 EDC17, and of course a clone one from China recently. The tool cost me €109 and arrived at my garage in 5 days. It came with a cable and a CD, which contained the MPPS software. I have been used the tool for a few weeks, and I’d like to say something about it.
The supplier provided me with an installation tutorial video, so there was no problem for me to install the software. One thing I do not like about it is that the driver for the MPPS software should be installed manually. Hmm, not smart enough. By the way, like most Chinese OBD2 tools, the software is only compatible with Windows XP SP2 system.
About using experience
According to the manual book, the tool can program more than a thousand of ECU chips. But I doubt if the clone one can work that well. So I have tested it on 10 cars with different chips, and here is the result:
Audi A4 1.8 Turbo Bosch ME7.5 K-Line, worked OK.
Audi Q5 2.0 TDI Bosch EDC17CP14 CAN, worked OK.
Bmw Series 3 320 2.0D Bosch DDE3.0 K-Line, worked OK.
Bmw Series 5 530 3.0D Bosch DDE4.0 K-Line, worked OK.
Ford Focus 1.6 TDCI Bosch EDC16C3 K-Line\CAN, worked OK.
Volvo S80 3.0T Bosch ME7.0 K-Line, worked OK.
VW Passat 2.0 TDI Bosch EDC16U1 K-Line, worked OK.
VW Golf 2.3L Bosch M5.92 K-Line, worked OK.
Peugeot 308 1.6 Turbo Bosch MED17.4 CAN, worked OK.
Mercedes CLK CLK 2.7 CDI Bosch EDC15C6 K-Line, worked OK.
Mercedes Klasse-B B200 2.0 CDI Bosch EDC16C32 K-Line/CAN,
Honda Accord 2.2 CDTi Bosch EDC16C7 K-Line, worked OK.
This obd2 tool I bought is a French version, very easy to use.
The tool is good overall considering the cheap price. But it would be better if it can program Toyota chips. No Toyota ECU chips are listed on the support list. I tried to use it on a 08 Camry, and the tool would not work. Anyways, the tool is worth the money. No issues happen to my MPPS so far.