Summary: Love the GPS and the endless cool features it has(Have the nuvi 660 w/2009 map) Pros: The external antenna keeps reception indoors or outdoors, easy to use as with most Garmin GPS, The traffic function if set up is awesome (saved me from a couple jams), Bluetooth is fun (reads text messages to you) and so is audible book (reads books to you ex: bible, etc; free trials are givin but you pay afterwards). The sound on MP3 is good and fm transmitter is nice feature too.
Summary: I got my Nuvi 660 about a week ago and have been playing with it for the last few days. The unit is really easy to use with a big clear display that you can see well even in full sunlight. I will only highlight some of my observations/frustrations. Since I am in the Gatineau, Quebec area the 660 is really comical in the speech of French names when using it in English. Also, street names are preceded by rue(street), chemin(road), etc.
Good but not great navigation, traffic feature meh
18 August 2008
Summary: I upgraded from a c330 streetpilot model after the 2008 maps were released on the 680. I live and work in NW Atlanta where there is alot of traffic, and was intrigued by the traffic feature. I also wanted a handsfree bluetooth speaker for calls in the car. Navigation- 4/5-noticable improvements with the upgraded maps, however still somewhat lacking for areas with frequent construction (i.e. Atlanta).
Summary: The latest Garmin is very impressive. However, I don't like the fact that finding some of the accessories is so challenging. For example, I purchased this GPS because I was taking a trip to California. Unfortunately, the laws in California prevent you from attaching the Nuvi directly to the windshild, so you've got to purchase a separate accessory, which I did, the Garmin Portable Friction Mount. It works great in terms of not sliding around the dash.