Older Garmin GPS devices are much better than the newer models.
G. O. Cacher, Amazon
10 September 2015
Summary: Old tried and true Garmin GPS is the way to go. Stay away from the new ones if you can because so many features and capabilities have been removed from the new ones like the 40 and 50 series. Don't know about the others but this unit is solid, dependable and is geocaching friendly.
Summary: I bought this as a gift for my son. He hasn't used it yet. The seller shipped it fast and I saved over $100. I know as I purchased one about 2 years ago and paid around $155.00 for it. It was in great condition and I followed instructions on how to reset it.
Summary: This is my 3rd of essentially the same model (one had bluetooth, which I never use). Have 'em now in every car in the family. Its functionality is pretty basic, and it doesn't have some of the bells and whistles of a newer Garmin I tried (see my review of the 1350LMT), but it works very well.
Summary: I bought this model because my husband already had one and it was very easy to use. I really don't like the suction cup mount so I bought one of the ones that is like a bean bag and sits on the dash. You can see the map really well because of its size. Plus I like the reputation of Garmin.
Summary: This GPS was purchased for a multi-state trip. It was recommended by a co-worker for the traffic feature. He stated that, when followed, the GPS did a good job of avoiding traffic jams. My experience with the unit so far has been good.
Summary: The unit works great, have a problem with mounting, not allowed to mount on the windshield in Ca. My dash, Ford Ranger doesn't have a good place to mount on the dash, have to set it on the floor
Summary: This is our second Garmin Nuvi and decided to go with a new one in lieu of paying to update our 3 year old map. And cost of this one was not much more than paying for NeverLost in a rental car for a vacation.