Summary: This was a very nice GPS unit when I bought it in 2011. Nowadays it feels a bit dated. The Google Maps application on my iPhone does as good or better job in most cases, and is "free" (if you own a smart phone).
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: My biggest gripe is that this thing acts a bit stupid at times. 2 or 3 out of about 15 times it will tell me to drive an additional mile or so when I could see the place almost right across the street.
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.
Summary: I emailed Garmin the following: Problem Description: I have an average of 15 stops a day on my route and i want to put them in at the beginning. when I voice command it says add to current route or start new route.
Summary: I just received my Garmin 2360LMT GPS. I connected it to the computer with the micro-USB cable that was included. Later I took it on the road, only to find out that the wrong vehicle power cable has been included.
Summary: Well, I am not going to write volumes since other people have pretty much expressed a lot about it. I will say this is my first GPS and I LOVE having one. I go on numerous trips and often arrive late at night in big cities I am unfamiliar with. It has saved me on numerous occasions.
Summary: This is a good GPS unit but the Lane Assist is disappointing. It pops up for 3-4 seconds and disappears. I wish it stayed up until one exits the interaction. In addition, it did not included the 3-D maps. Speed limit indicators is useless as there is no audible norification.