Summary: So many features, I use it all the time. I got it to optimize multiple stops around Phoenix and it works great for that. You name a trip, enter the addresses and push "optimize" and it sorts out the fastest route. Without this machine I'd really be wandering around a lot. The speaker could have been louder to use bluetooth when I'm on the road, but I do enjoy playing my music through it as I drive.
Summary: Since buying the Magellan 6000T I have found that it works great. Bluetooth works super for me but when mounted to my Motorcycle it wasn't the best but worked when stopped. I have been using this GPS for my motorcycle and have no problems with it. Love the display but on motorcycle again the sun cuts down on the ability to see the screen. But is still useable. I decided to buy this one cause it was an upgrade from my Magellan 2500 I was using.
Rare design features that even Magellan has abandoned
9 August 2009
Summary: First off, I absolutely HATE the current crop of GPS units because of one main reason: They have pretty much all decided to eliminate external buttons, including Magellan itself. The Magellan Roadmate 6000 (very similar to the Roadmate 3000, which I also own), came packed with enough external controls to accomplish nearly everything without ever bothering to look up on and touch the screen (though screen control is available).
Summary: Great unit, I have a roadmate 800 and this is a great upgrade. Used it on two differant trips without a hitch. I also used the bluetooth which was great. Screen is the right size anything bigger would be an obstruction.
Summary: I bought this GPS as a father's day present for my husband. I received it very quickly and it looked like brand new in a new box, with all the goodies that comes with it new, needless to say my husband got the his father's day present early. The day I received the GPS my husband checked it out and begin trying to figure it out. He loved it. It has lots of options and looks great.
Summary: Overall it works well, except when you want to find an exact restaurant. It's sends you in totally diferrent routes and and freezes up from time to time. But for $115, it's worth it. The blue tooth has static, people on the other line can't here you.
Summary: The Magellan Maestro 3250 is easy to use. The most common task, inputting a destination address, is facilitated by some smarts built into the unit. Eg, just type in the first letters of the city and hit OK; the unit will show you possible selections. Same with streets. When choosing an address, it greys out the numbers which don't apply. The GPS receiver is surprisingly sensitive. I have two other GPS's, one for hiking/biking and one for aviation.