Summary: There’s a trend at the moment for big, high-design sat-nav, but the Navigon 7310 doesn’t follow it. Other Navigon models do, of course, like the 8110 that we’ve already tested and the upcoming 8410 . The 7310 treads a more conventional path with black plastic finish and 4.3in screen. That’s not to say it’s boring, though. It’s stylishly finished, well built and, crucially, showcases many of Navigon’s high-tech mapping skills.
Excerpt: The Navigon 7310 is topped with real glass that runs all the way to the edge of the device, rather than being surrounded by cheap black plastic. It also has a sturdy but flexible mounting bracket with ball hinge, accompanied by both a solid charger that fits in the car cigarette socket and by a mains adapter. Charging options are good.