Topdon Rlink Lite vs VXDIAG VCX SE

What is the difference between new Topdon Rlink Lite and VXDIAG VCX SE multiple brands diagnostic tool?


Check the table comparison below:

Item Topdon Rlink Lite

Topdon RLink Lite


Vxdiag Vcx Se 1

Manufacturer Topdon VXDIAG
Driver DMS VX Manager
Display 5 inch LCD No
Registration Yes No
DoIP protocol Yes Yes
CAN FD protocol Yes No
Connection USB (connect via PC)
Ethernet / WIFI (remote diagnosis connection)
System Android 11
Remote diagnosis Yes DoNET
BMW software Yes Yes
VAG Software Yes Yes
Benz software Yes Yes
Porsche software Yes, only piwis3 Yes, both piwis 2 and piwis 3
Land rover software Yes Yes
Volvo software Yes Yes
GM software Yes Yes
Toyota software Yes Yes
Honda software Yes Yes
Subaru software Yes Yes
Nissan software Yes Yes
Chrysler software Yes
Ford Mazda software Coming soon Yes
BAOJUN software Yes
Roewe MG Yes
PSA Peugeot Citroen software Yes
Renault software Yes
J2534 Passthru for OEM programming Yes Yes
Update Update by HDD/SSD BMW Benz Porsche JLR Pathfinder update by HDD/SSD, other software update by link


In sum:


1. Both Topdon Rlink Lite and VXDIAG are compatible with BMW, Benz, Honda, Toyota, JLR, Nissan, VAG, GM, Volvo, Subaru and Porsche (piwis3) software.

2. Both devices use their own drivers.

3. Both devices allow adding more software license to the unit.

4. Both devices can be used as J2534 passthru adapter for OEM online programming (with subscription)

5. Both devices support remote diagnosis.




1. Rlink Lite currently does not support Ford, Mazda, Renault, Peugeot, Citroen and Porsche PIWIS2 software, VXDIAG VCX SE does.

2. Rlink Lite supports built-in CAN FD protocol, VXDIAG VCX SE does not. Need VCX FD series.

3. Topdon Rlink comes with LCD screen, VCX SE does not.

4. Topdon Rlink supports Chrysler, Wuling, Roewe MG software, vxdiag does not.

5. Rlink Lite will connect laptop via USB only when diagnose vehicles, VXDIAG connects via USB, WiFi, WLAN and Donet.