Summary: I owned another Nuvi similar to this one but without blue tooth and It worked fine. Problems with this one: 1) It's suppose to recognize your voice....it doesn't.....sometimes you have to repeat your destination several times. 2) You just about have to shout voice commands. 3) Could not locate my small home town.....my old one has no problems. 4) With the volume up to 100%, it's still hard to hear phone calls through the GPS.
Summary: The GPS was a reconditioned unit and did not function. When I returned the unit to the vendor he claimed it worked. This is my third garmin and it did not. Only a complaint to ebay brought a refund. I am still out the $11.35 postage to return it. Stay away from Geek-deals!!!
Summary: Major problems 1) Does not warn even before .1 mile before a turn in most of the cases. 2) if you miss a turn it does not warn you. 3) screen shows right but voice prompt says left. There are more that i can't describe.
Summary: This is not a review of the Garmin unit (which, for the short time it worked, was fine), nor for the vendor or manner of shipping - it is for the poor customer service from Garmin that until now I only knew by reputation. I am annoyed by reviewers who give a poor rating to a good product because of late shipping, etc., but I feel the customer service, when it relates to the product itself, is an important aspect of your buying decision.
Summary: Purchased the Garmin nuvi 2360 LMT for my wife's car six months ago for Christmas. Was very excited about the voice command so it could be used hands free, but that is only good if the unit actually works. For the first 2-3 months, things were fine. Then every once in a while the touch screen would not work. No matter where you touched it, it highlighted whatever was on the far left on the screen. We'd turn it off and it would start out fresh again.
Summary: This Garmin GPS Unit has not worked correctly since I bought it back in Mar from Amazon. I held on to it (since it was a "Garmin") thinking I was doing something wrong with it. This is my third Garmin and the other 2 were no where near as difficult or faulty as this one. I checked and rechecked manuals and websites and I was not in error. It often will not power up even when it has been charging all night and should be fully charged.
First one lasted 3 weeks, 2nd one lasted only days
Stephen G. Ayres, Amazon
22 April 2012
Summary: Purchased a 2360LMT to replace an outdated TomTom. First one: Updated the software fully and updated the map. Loved the voice command but there was a frustrating problem. Occasionally during the voice address input process, the thing would shut off and restart. One day it shut off and didn't restart. It was dead. Returned it to Amazon for exchange. Second one: High hopes - surely two of these in a row can't be bad. Wrong.
Summary: I purchased a Garmin LMT Sept 2011 to replace the Garmin 765T, what a mistake. The 1st Garmin 2360 LMT lasted 1 day and the screen went dead. I returned the unit to Bestbuy, and was given another Garmin 2360LMT, had that unit for 1 and half days and the screen went dead, returned the unit to a different Bestbuy thinking the Bestbuy I received it from got a bad batch of Garmins.
Summary: I was exitied to purchased the Garmin 2360 because past expericne with the brand name had been wonderful. After a week of use I was disappointed with the device and returned it. Spam ads popping up, it never redirected me from any traffic jams, the voice prompts were slow and not very usful in heavy traffic when you need to merge early, I tested the unit side-by-side with my Android Telenav cellphone GPS and the Telenav was 20% faster and provided a better route...
Summary: Having had a bad experience with the pop up ads on newer Garmin nuvi units, I wrote Garmin to ask if any newer units could be purchased with the traffic info but without the ads. I would have been willing to pay more. I got the usual "we have received your email and some one will get back to you" response, but I never heard another word from them. Guess they are two embarassed to reply.