Easy-to-use touchscreen interface
Excellent voice command functionality
Good features, but kinda unreliable
Huge Screen & Lots of Route Flexibility
Decent GPS with one strange quirk
Widescreen layout allows split-screen map displays
Strong customization options
OK Overall, Navigation Somewhat Subpar
Much Improved Software & Speed
POIs can be displayed on the map
Lifetime map and traffic updates
Offers several choices of routes
'Garmin helpfully display the list of commands that can be used when the system is initiated and requesting a new address and starting navigation is simple and intuitive. '
Solid device but watch out for advertisement financed lifetime traffic updates
Good improvement over the 855 but not great
Buttons and menu selections are physically easy to work with
'Our XXL's EasyPort was prone to popping off while adjusting.'
'TomTom's trademark mount can be tricky to tighten, but it helps keep the unit simple and compact despite its large display.'
'A now-standard 4.3in touchscreen is easy to see, even in direct sunlight, and the interface is intuitive - more so, given that you can limit what menu options are shown onscreen.'
'Generous database of 7 million POIs. '
Boy, were we dumb about GPS units.
My 3rd Magellan, good product
can't find it....
Can't trust this unit!!!
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