Summary: Nice enough unit I guess, but with fairly underwhelming features and overly complicated adapter pieces. I had hoped it would do alot more than it did, in particular the menu speeds were a little slower than I would have hoped.
Summary: I was the owner of two of these units, with the purchase of a replacment third. The unit was fantastic until......... Well first, The unit had real time traffic with auto-reroutes, gas prices, movie information, News headlines, etc. This was furnished by Microsoft.
Summary: I purchased this navigation back in 2010. The most attractive features were relatively reasonable price, bigger screens, nice design, HD quality and voicing, and most of all, it was the NAME BRAND.
Summary: On a good day this thing barely functions. Touch-screen requires multiple touches and unit freezes constantly. One becomes very, very familiar with the reset button. I bought the 3.0 upgrade cards thinking that might improve things, but now it crashes more often and hardly anything works.
Summary: I've been using F500BT with a Pioneer AMP, backup camera, iPod for the last two years. Overall it's a nice unit - it is portable (you can take into a different car, but it's not meant to be operated off of battery.
Summary: I am very disappointed with the unit and Pioneer in general. The interface is fantastic but the sound is crippled. The GPS signal is always dropping out - it takes 5 min to pick up a signal. TOMTOM less than 30 seconds. The unit can be hard... Touch screen stopped working.
Summary: Being the die-hard Pioneer fan I decided to buy Avic500bt about a year ago for my single din late model Dodge Durango. The Installation was quick and easy. This unit does everything. Built in Bluetooth, voice dialing, Ipod connection (additional cable required), Navigation.