VehicleDNA uses the same scientific based analysis used by Major Car Manufacturers and all Formula One Race Teams around the world as well as the U.S. Military to test the engine and transmission in the car.

This industry leading technology is like a Blood Test, but for your automobile.  In just a few minutes, the VehicleDNA test produces lab-quality results so you know the condition of the vehicle you are looking to purchase.

So make sure you Request the Test before purchasing any used vehicle!

Industry Leading Technology – It’s Like A Blood Test for Your Car!

In medicine, doctors commonly use blood tests to assess a patient’s health. Medical blood tests can confirm suspected problems, detect emerging problems and, hopefully, provide the conclusion that “all is well.”

VehicleDNA provides similar testing for the “health” of cars and trucks. Using small samples of oil or transmission fluid, the VehicleDNA computer analysist assesses the condition of a vehicle’s engine and transmission. VehicleDNA is based on techniques developed by the railroad industry over 60 years ago and is used in the military, F1 racing, aviation, and railroad industries to test their equipment. Make sure to request the test!

What to Expect — Lab Quality Testing and Results

In just a few minutes, the VehicleDNA test produces lab-quality, clear, and easy-to-understand results of your vehicle’s condition. These reports include a diagnosis of any wear and damage problems, recommended corrective actions if needed, and a detailed explanation of the reasons for this assessment. Since VehicleDNA lives in the cloud, your vehicle’s history is always available regardless of where it is serviced.

Peace of Mind

Knowledge is power and knowing the condition of your cars’ power train will give you confidence and peace of mind. Make sure you know what is going on under your hood! A copy of the report with complete information is available online at

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Contact your dealer for more information about VehicleDNA.

Industry data indicate that one in five engines needs immediate attention.