Summary: I bought this Garmin 2360LMT for $169.99 in February '12 and most of the time assisted very well. But although maps were updated, speed limit do not correspond to the actual on the road. One time my wife nearly broke gps as it was not navigating very well. There was stop light on the intersection and I was on the lane to move straight, but gps showed I have to left turn.
Has some nice features, could be better with directions
B. Altman, Amazon
14 May 2012
Summary: I updated everything including the maps and installed free traffic camera alerts from trapster. I have had a TomTom (I own 2 right now) for several years and what prompted me to try the Garmin was my sudden commute from Baltimore to Georgetown, DC. Coming home had the TomTom recalculate the route several times taking a minute or 2 each time - this was frustrating and caused me to stop at the side of the road a few times to wait for it.
Summary: Garmin USED to make great GPS's, back when the Streetpilots were king, but with the Nuvi line, it seems the size isn't the only thing that's skimping. You already know the features, and most of the usual this model has is within the rest of the Nuvi line. Here are the complaints: 1. The battery life is terrible. MUCH worse than the older Streetpilot line, and nowhere near as long as advertised.
Summary: The Garmin Nuvi2360LMT is another in Garmin's line of similar but slightly different 4.3" GPS units. It is getting increasingly difficult to wade through the almost identical descriptions and find the one that actually does what you want it to do. I was looking for a unit with Lifetime Maps (this has it), Lifetime Traffic (likewise, this one has it), and Bluetooth capability (and this check box is checked). However, the Bluetooth only works with a phone.
Summary: After using the Garmin nüvi 760 for several years it was time to get an upgraded model for the second car. The nüvi 2360 is about the same size as the previous model, but the docking cradle is different. The cradle is very difficult to release the unit with one hand, it feels chintzy, and it is not compatible with the previous model (like the 760).
Summary: Well we've had this 2350 for a little while now and I wanted to update my review.... The GPS works pretty good as long as it stays on.... A week into owning it, it began shutting off all by itself.... We can drive down the road and for no reason it will power itself off. I reach up and turn it back on and it will come back on and sometimes it will run for a while and other times it will shut off within 15-20 minutes again.
Summary: You can not plug the power cord directly into the unit. You must plug it into the mount and put the unit into the mount to give it power for navigation. I don't use a mount, I put it on the center console next to me. So I am returning this unit. According to Garmin support, only the 13xx and 14xx series models can be powered off mount.
In it's day, I'm sure it was very nice. But went "prehistoric" quickly.
3 October 2011
Summary: This is for a Navigon Transonic PNA 4000. First, I don't know if this is a good unit or not because I can't download or update any maps for it. It is not listed on the Navigon site. I would make sure that you can review all the information on these before you buy. If I had know that they no longer support this product, I sure wouldn't have bought it. Other than that, it seems like a very nice unit - feels very solid and well built.
Summary: Not that impressed. Runs WAY slower than my old Nuvi 650! Operation is not as intuitive as it should be. Trip planner is pretty much worthless. No audio out jack. Garmin is the best brand GPS on the market so I was hoping for a bit better product.