Summary: I bought this the 2100 max just about a year ago. Its screen and features are more than adequate for my needs. When I am in the city, it always gets me where I want to go. But I don't recommend it when in rural areas. It also doesn't work at all in Hawaii.
Summary: I recently purchased the navigon 2100 max for my son for graduation not knowing that I would be the first to use it. I was very disappointed that it had not been updated. Major highways that have been open for over 1 1/2 years are still not on it. If not for yahoo maps I would still be lost.
Summary: This nav has great features and 4.3" screen is good. Included map services and traffic update is very good. Highly recommended except for constant crash and delayed start. -Pro: Lane assistance- great in multi lane high way exit. POI - very accurate and upto date.
Summary: I bought the Navigon 2100 max a month ago for around $130 -shipping included- and i been testing it since, and that is my first GPS system pros: 1.love the graphics, 2.95% accurate 3.very good for the price i paid if you need basic features Cons: 1.sometimes the screen gets stuck forever, i had to...
Summary: I bought the Navigon 2000S 3.5" screen and loved everything about it except the amount of POI's. I thought I would get the next step up, the Navigon 2100 Max, as it appeared that it was the larger version of the 2000S. I have to say that the 2100 Max is no match for the 2000S.
Summary: I bought this GPS and it looked great first. Got into the nuts and bolts of it and found I could not type in a specific location withou knowing the city it was in. Example: You try to type Suwannee river state park and you can't. Unless you know what city/town it's in your out of luck.
Summary: This is my first GPS and I did well research before buying the product. I was basically looking for a GPS with core functionality (no mp3 player or blue tooth). This is a great unit specially the lane guidance and reality view.
Summary: So I've compared this item head to head with a Garmin 350, and here are the differences that I see: Advantage for Navigon: 1. Wider screen without paying an arm and a leg. 2. Virtual 3D shows which lane you actually should be in, and freezes the picture to show you ahead of time. Very nice.
Summary: The GPS works good. I haven't had to use the traffic yet so I can't comment on that. The suction cup base is useless if you want to attach it to the disk onto your dash. (If you use the windshield, you'll be fine) I won't stick. Or more exactly it won't stay stuck.