Excerpt: If you have a smart phone I don't know why anyone would bother buying a GPS at this point in time.rather than buying this tom-tom or any other GPS you should buy a cell phone mount for your car.phones have much better selection of GPS nav systems. Waze or Google maps is certainly superior to the tom-tom program. So before you go out and waste your money on any GPS system I would recommend trying a nap system on your cell phone.
Summary: I recently bought two of these as gifts because they were offered at an awesome price. My husband likes to play with it and he is continually updating the maps so they are available to others. I would definitely recommend!
Summary: For the price point, this is certainly reasonable, but not amazing. It's smaller than many models, but the screen is still large enough to view while driving and operate (while stopped, of course). There's a extensive voice selection for verbal directions that are actually pleasant (this is important, as a single direction will be repeated four times in 30 seconds, so even the most calming of tones can seem incredibly annoying), and famous voices available to purchase...
Summary: I purchased this unit because I drive/deliver for a living. I attempted to enter in an address and it drops down to a list which a few cities weren't there. Also when you put in the city that has 2 words it doesn't have a space. Very dissatisfied with this. Its going back to Walmart tomorrow.
Summary: I have only used this around 4 times and here's my list of likes and dislikes for this GPS, Likes - Lifetime map update - Lane guidance (it actually shows you the various lanes of the highway and tells you which all you can stay in to keep on your path) DisLikes - Complicated UI, takes a good amount of time investment to learn.