@oldtimer 11 has indicated he has one of these HF Impact Wrenches. I too have had one for several years. I paid 40 bucks for mine on sale.
I works great for removing and installing lug nuts (I snug them and finish with a torque wrench when installing them.).
It's heavy, long, and lacks some control features, but it's inexpensive and works. It has forward (righty-tighty) and reverse (lefty-loosey), but its full ON or full OFF, no speed control.
I like it for rusted, stuck fasteners. I have used it successfully for brake and suspension fasteners, but as I said, it's fairly long and attack angles can be challenging.
Consider buying the impact wobble socket extensions and/or impact universals sets (HF inexpensive) if used for other than lug nuts. You should be using impact sockets and accessories with an impact wrench.