Excerpt: The Navigon 2000S GPS was a birthday gift from my spouse. I have used it for about two-weeks and I have mixed feelings about the device. I like the 3.5-inch touch screen and "Where AM I" feature. I really like the ease of finding the closest gas station, ATM and emergency services.
Summary: Except for its 3.5-inch screen size, the Navigon 2000S is a no-compromise budget model that offers a number of features typically found in higher-end devices. For less than $200, you get excellent maps, handy driving aids, and an intuitive user interface. While its POI database could be larger, the Navigon 2000S is a great choice when you don’t want to spend a lot for quality navigation.
Pros: Easy menus and attractive maps, Reality View Pro and Lane Assistant Pro for easier highway driving, Street name pronunciation, Fast rerouting,
Cons: Suction cup a little weak, Small POI database,
Excerpt: NAVIGON is known for having GPS units that range in price and functionality. Recently the company released its entry-level unit, the NAVIGON 2000S . The NAVIGON 2000S features just about all of the same features as its more expensive counterparts, with the exception of real-time traffic alerts. Otherwise, it’s a full featured GPS.