Summary: I am very happy with my Nextar. Works much better than my Tom Tom . Simple in operation. Programmable speed alert. Quick on detecting GPS signals. Very easy to get location information. Shotrcuts provides quick access to the most important destinations like Gas, Parking, ATM, Hospitals etc.
Summary: I purchased one of these units several years ago and, as of yet, have not received any updates (as promised in their literature). This has left me scratching my head as new roads are constructed and others are closed.
Don't buy! Last less than 2 years. No support after 1 year of warranty.
18 January 2010
Summary: I love this product when it works. it has all the functionalities I need for a GPS, some of the features match or even better than a popular Garmin. And that is why it make me so mad and upset when it suddenly stop working.
If you want it to last more than 1 year.....it won't!
J. Moore, Amazon
8 January 2010
Summary: It is a good GPS that we bought based on the good reviews for the price. It was a Christmas gift last year and by this Christmas the unit completely stopped working. Because we bought it at a Black Friday sale the unit was a month old before we gave it for Christmas.
Summary: The Nextar x3-03 is probably the best buy out there because it does include an a/c and d/c adapter and a cover along with free map upgrades when available - so they claim. The ac adapter is a benefit for outside sales people (real estate agents) so that you can program all your stops before hand.
This GPS ruined Thanksgiving and made my girlfriend cry.
5 December 2009
Summary: This review is going to take the form of a story. Bear with me. My girlfriend's family celebrates Thanksgiving every year at the ancestral family home, an otherwise-abandoned house in the wilds of Colleton County, South Carolina.
Summary: I received this GPS for Mother's Day in May. LOVED it!! The sound was good and the picture and turn by turn was GREAT. Then in June I was transporting the school basketball team (4 hours away) and tried to enter where we were going. The GPS wouldn't work.