Conclusion: I can definitely recommend this GPS to anyone looking for a device like this. The maps are the best of any GPS I have reviewed. The only problem I have is the price. When I think of a GPS I imagine something that will cost between $200 and $300; unfortunately, the Maestro 5310 has a list price of $499, which will put it out of reach for most consumers.
Excerpt: The Magellan Maestro 5310 is Magellan’s first GPS with a 5″ screen. It has preloaded maps of the U.S. and Canada, six million POIs and text-to-speech, so you’ll hear “approaching right turn, Maple Street” instead of just “approaching right turn.