Worked good for someone who does not depend on technology
Cuong Nguyen, Amazon
14 June 2014
Summary: This GPS was good to my standard. I used it before and liked the easiness of use. I cautioned you about the map which is old. If your city is remodeled a lot, it may cause you some headache to navigate.
Summary: This is a good GPS, but the traffic feature seems to only cause more problems. I purchased it before I moved to LA, thinking it could help me avoid traffic, but since there's traffic almost everywhere, the GPS can't make a decision quickly enough and always reroutes me at the most inconvenient...
Summary: This is a great navigator for the price I paid. It is fast in routing and re-routing, it is easy to configure and to handle. One only minor issue. I tried the Italian voice and it is not very good, in particular it spells the street names in a way that is somewhat difficult to understand.
Summary: This is my first portable GPS, so I have nothing to compare it to. I have used it successfully several times, so I like it. Since I am well over 40, I am not as intuitive with this stuff as I've seen that my kids seem to be.
Summary: Our new Garmin is a blessing for two directionally-challenged individuals. We are using it on an auto trip from CT to FL with numerous stops enroute. Occasionally it takes a short route involving a major interstate when our map shows another way to go, but the GPS voice quickly recalculates and we...
Summary: I purchased this for a trip that I am taking and decided I would test it out on a trip to my office. The unit is very responsive. I especially like the larger screen as compared to some of the smaller Garmins and Tom Tom's that I've seen.
Summary: It's easy to use and the display has a nice size and is easy to understand. It would be nice if it was easier to pick alternate routes from the map display, instead of going back to "set-up" which is not easy to do while driving, so you definitely need a co-pilot.