Summary: Screen is super clear and you have the option of which voice you want it to use as well as many different personalization options. The only drawback is that after a while the suction cup that attaches it to your windshield doesn't affix very well.
Summary: I ordered the Magellan as I had a similar one prior….Got a new Garmin and do not like as much as my old Magellan…Display is great…A bit non-touchy with the touch screen but fast/ accurate and ding dong…warn just as you should turn (in case no road sign) definitely great value…Easy use…I love it!
Summary: i gave this as a gift-i hope to try it soon as i have a magellan and love it-i gave it to someone who had a tomtom that i could never figure out-my magellan maestro never failed me so i hope that this magellan roadmate is equal to my magellan maestro.....
Summary: I finally entered the 21st century and bought a GPS. I am very happy with my purchase. Pros: -The 2 mile and the .1 mile warning bell for turning -The large screen -Traffic warnings with alternate routes -The ease at putting in the address (no zip code necessary) -Quick turn on -The funny way it says "space" -It gets me where I want to go! Cons: -You must be a map reader at certain points especially in the city.
Summary: we've had a Garmin NUVI for several months. Initial plan, since it was portable, was to move between cars as needed. AS anyone but us could have anticipated, there were several times "as needed" was either hard to define, or meant was needed in more than one vehicle at once. Magellan has more updated maps, but Garmin sometimes finds better routes - would it find more once updated too? Fairly user friendly.
Summary: I have had this unit for a week now after returning a refurbished Garmin NUVI 1370 I had purchased from Amazon as well. The Magellan was heavily discounted and had decent reviews so I thought I would give another brand a try. This GPS does exatly what a GPS is designed to do, tells you where you are, and how to get where you are going.