For other car work I would look elsewhere and consider cordless. I bought this years ago and just did tire changes. Over the years, my car got older and I gradually started to do more and more work (brakes, engine mounts, suspension - end links, bushings, LCA, shocks, struts). I don't have a lift so I'm under the car and its tight for space. The mastercraft is a beast...its heavy and long. You need both hands to hold this thing steady in tight or awkward places. Sometimes its just too big to get at the bolt.
I finally got a cordless ridgid impact wrench and it is so much lighter and smaller and just as powerful (if not more). I could operate it with ease with one hand. I'll be giving the mastercraft to my brother in law.
If you see yourself doing more car work, skip this and put the money into a cordless impact wrench.
EDIT: as others have said, the mastercraft is still doable to use for other car work. My ridgid was 4 times the price but its probably one of my most used item now in the garage and I love it cause it saves me so much time. My ridgid also has an auto setting for tightening so it stops when tightening so that you can finished the job with a torque wrench.