Way too big and heavy to be really useful for automotive work. The XWT18Z is more than powerful enough for almost every job and much smaller and lighter, a much more useful tool.Makita XWT08Z you won’t ever have a problem busting anything loose ever again. Absolute beast.
Why are we being presented with a random tool video? Some commentary about why would be nice. Are you just trying to promote your own video? Are you just bored and this is one video on youtube? Is there pizza involved? I love pizza. Frankly it seems pretty stupid to already have a competent impact wrench then buy another one for ideological reasons. I mean if it fit in a much tighter space, there's that, or if you don't have any impact wrench yet and only want to buy as much as you need, then there's that, but in this case, seems like someone with more money than common sense. I do think this size and impact force makes more sense for the majority of tasks the average home gamer would need, but there's always going to be someone who paid more for more torque and insists that is what everyone should have. Personally, I don't care much for the Stanley B&D pricing model on their batteries, The size and torque costs more than it should in this already established Li-Ion battery format, and now common brushless tool universe. It seems like this is something SB&D had to think a lot about to decide how much to degrade, or keep the same, their newer craftsman line with this torque. In the end, I am not at all a fan of overpriced batteries. Marketing nonsense aside, I know what battery (cells) cost in bulk and they're reaming customers.