Summary: The C320 is my third GPS unit, counting a Toyota factory unit which died. The C320 is economical and effective, and the navigation functions work very well. The voice quality is at least OK, though maximum volume is still not very loud.
Summary: I have been wanting a GPS navigation system ever since I roamed the streets of San Francisco with a rental car equipped with one. Finally, on a lazy Friday evening I decided to take the plunge. I am thrilled with my purchase. After I opened the box I quickly took out the cords and the GPS system.
Summary: My wife and I used this on a trip to Michigan and Canada. The biggest compliment that I can give is that my wife loved it. She is not a gadget person and when I bought it, she was not impressed.
Summary: Comments about Garmin StreetPilot C320: This is probably the best bang for the buck among all of the auto GPS units. I shopped long and hard for a GPS for my wife's birthday. She wanted "easy to use" and "accurate". She got both and is delighted with it.
Pros: Easy To Read, Easy To Set Up, Reliable Performance, Simple Controls, Strong Construction
Summary: Folks, I have used several and this is simply the BEST GPS unit you can buy for under $300. I travel a Southeastern sales territory and use this device every day. NO GPS from ANY manufacturer is 100% accurate, but this one is pretty dang close. The interface is very intuitive.
Summary: The unit is remarkable, compares very favorably with other units costing up to twice as much. It does not have bluetooth and does not have traffic reporting but if you do not need those you will be very pleased.
Summary: At $275 to your door, this Garmin unit is hard to beat. I was amazed at how intuitive the interface was. I never even looked at a manual. You just follow the onscreen prompts and you're in business. When it comes to navigating, it's like most NAV units...
Summary: With this unit, your only extra step is to install the base map on a computer then upload the map area you want onto the SD card, which can be increased in size should you want more maps, all the way to the whole USA if you want (just like the 330 and 340.
Summary: I initially purchased the i2 model. However, the screen looked too small to look at during driving. I returned the i2 and got this c320 model. I have been using this for 3-4 months now. I did a road trip from Austin, Texas to Toronto, Canada with it.
Summary: I bought my c320 from an ebay seller new for $287 b/c the reviews on it's performance were very high. I'm extremely impressed with the c320 and really do not know how I managed to live in Chicago without it. It's like satellite radio - after a taste, you cannot go back.