Summary: This GPS works well, although where I live doesn't have satellite coverage, so it thinks I'm home when I'm a block away. Since I KNOW where I live, that's not a problem. Many of the features on this GPS are only available when you have a smartphone, which we don't have, so the calling, and internet connections are not tested.
Summary: Motonav is pretty great. With the 5.1 screen you can have a split screen and still see both halves pretty well. It took a little while to find a few things, like how to change the title of your favorites, but once you know them you are fine. The blue tooth feature is excellent which I guess you could expect since it is made by a phone company. I think the thing I like the best is that you can enter destinations and make phone calls by voice command.
Summary: The Motonav is a very good unit. The screen is bright and clear and it provides excellent information for your trip. It is easy to find where your going and places once you get there. My only gripe is that the car mount covers the speaker and you can't hear it. But the bluetooth malfunctions hlaf the time anyway so you can't get phone calls so you won't really notice the speaker.
Summary: I will keep this brief. I have used Tom Toms, Garmin's and this was my first GPS from MOTO. For the price this is an excellent product. It synch's well with the Iphone. You can set it up for voice, so that you can speak directions. When an incoming call comes it tells you who is calling via its voice. So its says Sally is calling do you want to accept. It has free traffic alerts (accurate)I love this, it gives me immediate options to by pass or not..
Summary: And this unit does fit the bill. Looks and sounds completely different from the Garmins I've had. I was looking at the new slim Garmin to replace the 750 I was passing down in the family, but after a couple of previews/reviews it just sounded like the same old same old. Which is fine, works great, but I just wanted something different. This unit does that.
Summary: I have had this product since March when it first came out. Being a GPS virgin I tried some other models prior. They all worked well, although some had some quirks that bothered me, such as not finding POIs I thought would be common. In comes this beast. Cant find the POI? Google it. My most used option on this thing is just that, or the ability to send routes via my computer on google. Its really that easy.
Summary: Update: Looks like Motorola's support of this device is weakening. No new maps since late 2009, and no word on any scheduled updates. Web support is sparse and out of date, and even the user forum is focused on Motorola's reorganization. Sold the SUV with the built-in Nav system and did not want to spend $1600 for bulit-in on the new car. Went for this unit after a lot of research.