Summary: With the MotoNav TN20, Motorola doesn’t seem to be trying to compete in the GPS navigation space, but rather attempting to sell to customers familiar with the company’s name. Its small POI database, pedestrian maps, and flaky street pronunciation won’t do Motorola’s reputation any good, however. The $179 TN20 can route you safely wherever you’re going, but for the same price you can get a model with more polish and more features, such as the Navigon 2000S.
Pros: Lane assistance feature, Quick rerouting,
Cons: Street pronunciation often didnt work, Small POI database, Unattractive maps,