Summary: Very good! Easier to view than previous models we've had. Very helpful on the road but these devices always seem to catch the glare of the sun and become hard to see. The updates aren't all that great; it must be hard to keep up with all the highway and by-pass changes. Another bothersome thing: instead of replacing a restaurant that has gone out of business, it might list a new business at that same address...and still keep the old one in addition.
Summary: This is my 3rd Garmin and my best so far. I owned the 200W nuvi, my 1st purchase which I liked a lot. When it died, my needs were still basic, so I purchased its successor, the 255W. I hated it from day one. It took forever to "acquire satellites" and sometimes couldn't even find its location! Didn't work well in bad weather. Gave turn directions too late, so that I was constantly turning around. I rarely used it. Maybe it was lemon?
Summary: I have had other garmin units, this one is very easy to use and has more features than previous units. The lane designation feature works well and the picture display of the upcoming interchanges is a nice add.
Summary: I used to use Magellan GPS devices. Now, I am a total convert. As soon as I turned it on, I noticed that it figures out the route much quicker than my old one did. I like the display and it has alot of POI's programmed in.
Summary: Ordered for navigating around California and across the country. The navigation itself works without issue. Making detours are easy and quickly get you back on your route, although the traffic is not accurate . Now for the bad. The touchscreen is horrendous. More specifically, the on screen keyboard is almost unusable. When depressing a letter, the keyboard will show that key as being depressed, but when released, an adjacent letter or number will be entered.
Summary: My old GPS had a major attitude (I muted her because she was a nag) and then the company wanted $80 to upgrade the maps. I found this one for a reasonable price, a lifetime of map upgrades and this one doesn't nag. What is really impressive is if I screw up (hey I'm old and things happen) it doesn't take forever for this GPS to get me back on track. Another thing I really love is that it gives me a lot of notice of which way I will be turning.
Summary: This is a great GPS. I wish I didn't have to go back to the main menu to raise and lower the volume. In my old Garmin there was a button on the side. When you are driving you don't want to have to look at the screen and mess with it or you will get distracted.
Summary: I have been using Garmin products for quite a few years and like them. This GPS as others that Garmin makes is very good with directions and the screen is just the right size. The only thing I would like to see changed is that we were able to choose a different voice. Most of the devices seem to use the same one and she does get annoying to listen to. Don't get lost and get the Nuvi 2360.