After trying the €27 Fakita impact driver I decided to buy the real thing... or rather, I went halfsies with my father because I store my tires there anyway. We swap tires on all our vehicles every spring and fall. So, Makita DTW700. 700Nm, as the name suggests.
This is one step up from the (IIRC) 320Nm version that the Fakita is a knockoff of. 320 is about twice what you need for changing tires, unless the previous guy used all
the ugga-duggas which isn't uncommon. This is why I went for the bigger version.
It has several settings. It has four torque settings, and I'm assuming these are rough numbers: 150, 200, 320 and 700Nm. It also has a mode where it shuts off automatically as soon as it starts hammering. This is probably handy for driving bolts that need to be properly torqued.
After tightening the lug bolts on the Passat using the 150Nm setting I applied some actual clicks with the €29 torque wrench I also bought the other week. Yes it's cheap crap, but lug bolts aren't exactly fine mechanics so I'm sure it's fine. Anyway, with the Chinesium torque wrench set to 130Nm the lugs did need a bit more torque before the wrench clicked so either Makita or the wrench is off.