Was great on my trip to Mexico. I love the lane guidance. Map updates a little behind
B. Gilles, Amazon
18 April 2015
Summary: Was great on my trip to Mexico. I love the lane guidance. Once it took me on a 5 mile back road detour on the way to Legoland to avoid a 50 toll road in San Diego. There's been a few times it tried to route me off the freeway on side streets to avoid something(no idea what).
Summary: This has been a Fantastic unit! We use it for all our travel and around town when we are going into a neighborhood we've never visited. The Lifetime Updates has saved $$ and the Trafic Updates save time as we drive. Best investment for traveling I've ever made. BTW..
Summary: The interface is very easy to use. Ergonomic touch screen button placement. Finds satellite reception fairly well. Grippy back casing helps to hold the device. Long battery life; I've been seeing 3-4 hours per charge.
Summary: I used my nuvi2360 GPS for about 2 years before upgrading to the 5" model. Although the 5" has a higher resolution screen, I prefer the Find Address voice command on the 2360. On the 2360, all you provide is the street number and street name, and the search results are localized.
Summary: This unit has, on a number of occasions, tried to route us off a highway onto the access road, then back on the highway. Makes no sense at all. Also typical with GPS units, routing as a whole in many cases simply doesn't meet the criteria you put into the unit.
Summary: Love Garmin and have had several over the years. This model worked beautifully until yesterday. We did not drop it or abuse it in any fashion. It was installed on the front windshield during June - December. It abruptly lost power and refused to start back up.
Summary: There are more features on Garmin products than ever before! I originally bought a Garmin and loved it. When the built-in on our minivan eventually failed, we bought a new Garmin. The improvements are great, it's even clearer and easier to see and easy to use.