Rather small screen, but like it better than Magellan
James E. Miller, Amazon
5 August 2013
Summary: Works fantastic. I have a Magellan and it sometimes heads me in wrong direction. This one has never failed to give correct directions. Near Washington, DC, I was looking for a certain restaurant and it kept sending me around the block.
Summary: I lost my power cord and found this unit will not work a similar one or even a usb cable with a usb adapter in the cigarette lighter. I ordered a new one thinking this unit was shot and it works fine again.
Summary: First I must point out that this is the first G.P.S. unit I've owned of any kind. The is a simple to use G.P.S. Navigation device that I've used several times so far since buying it and I'd recommend it as a starter unit to anyone interested in getting a G.P.S.
Summary: The title says French/English and people think it is different from English version. But it is not. I have been using the American-English accent without any problem. It is not as good as my Nuvi-350 but is really worth the price you pay.
My charmin' Garmin takes me for a ride---recalculate, anyone?
Robert F. Marcus "smartcus", Amazon
24 September 2009
Summary: still some "glitches" which we "locals" ignore; absence of many Jewish houses of worship in the "places of interest"; unclear instructions for setting displays; eg: emphasizing time of arrival; or to speed up simulating route.
Summary: This is our first GPS, and I bought this one because I found a good deal on it. It makes driving in unfamiliar places much easier. It doesn't speak street names, but so far it hasn't been a problem as there has always been another person in the car to read the street name for the driver.
Summary: The only problem I have had with this unit was in the Beacon Hill area of Boston, MA. This area has very narrow streets that are close together and not on a normal grid. The unit got very confused and was recalculating almost constantly. But all in all, well worth the price.