Reviewed By Gary T (Stuart, IA) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Durango —5/12/2015 6:10 PM
The throttle response is much better along with the shift lag at low speed between 1st & 2nd,really woke up the V6 Very simple install,took about a 1/2 hour
Reviewed By Chris V (Gainesville, FL) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Durango —3/7/2014 6:05 AM
my overall satisfaction is a bit low, but that's not the programmers fault, it's Nissan. they limit the parameters that can be adjusted a LOT. At the end of the day, the only noticeable improvement was throttle restriction. Nissan limits percent of throttle open below 60mpg, which makes stomping on it no fun. However, with that restriction released, I can now get 100% from dead stop...makes a much more exhilarating take off. On performance mode, I seemed to have lost some MPG, but that's the price. If you have ford, gm, chevy, this thing can do quite a bit more.
Reviewed By Charles R (RICHARDSON, TX) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado —2/14/2017 5:13 AM
Taking from some of the information I found on a few other reviews and articles, I was hoping the Max Energy 2.0 would resolve the "chuggle and hesitation" on my truck (a known problem that GM will not or can not fix). While it did help on the city driving issues, the highway speed hesitation is still a problem. The programmer is pretty easy to use if you read the instructions first and follow the on-screen instructions. I like the five program option. I currently have two loaded.