Summary: I am one of those people gets lost even when I'm using my GPS sometimes. However, this has definitely cut down on that! I like the maps a lot better than the previous than the Magellan I had before. However, there a few things I would change about the menus. Unlike Magellan there is only a "favorites" section for address. I like to have all of my address stored in my GPS (ie family members, school, work, businesses, etc.
Summary: I love the thin size, the high resolution screen, and the glass capacitive touch screen. The mount is very nice with its own external speaker which gets quite loud and remains audible. The driving directions, however, are not always very smart for city driving. It has repeatedly had me go through terrible routes to get to places in the city. It seems to avoid main roads at times in favor of slightly shorter routes.
Summary: This is a great little GPS. The commands are clear and I really like the slim line design, which makes it easy to carry in your pocket when stepping away from the vehicle. The touch screen functionality takes some getting used to, but it is fairly easy when you get used to the devise. However the lane instructions could be a lot better, and the lane instruction graphics need to be much larger as they are on other devises - the lane instruction graphics are very small and...
Summary: Tried it on a 5 hour road trip yesterday. First GPS I purchased and I really like all the features. All in all really happy with it. I think my favorite feature is the speed limit for roads. Granted this is only after one use but no complaints yet. The one feature I think is missing or haven't figure out how to do is change the planned route it had. On the last leg of our trip, we were in a place we know well and it wanted to really send us a different way.
Summary: Shipped and received in a timely manner, was well packaged to prevent damage and package contained all components advertised. Still too early to determine if this Garmin is that much better than my previous.
Summary: After acquiring the Garmin Nuvi 360 LMT; I had a chance to put it to the test immediately. I traveled to Florida, Massachussets, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania and Maryland. So i put it to the test. The accuracy seems to be pretty good, I was pleased with it, only two times in the extensive use did it dissapoint and it was just a little bit.
Summary: - excellent hardware - display is very easy to read - navigation functions, maps and voices are professional grade - cons are the limited possibilities to customize the device to personal preferences. I am missing the function of my TomTom to block certain roads (road construction).