4.3in capacitive touchscreen
Navigation experience is both intuitive and robust
Multi-destination routing performed well
'The interface may be sluggish at times and the traffic feature relies on FM broadcast signals so it is touch and go.'
'The XL 350-TM provides TomTom's usual impressive navigation features, with an industry standard 4.3-inch screen. '
'hands-free calling capability'
'The TomTom XL 350 TM is a new GPS unit that offers free real-time traffic updates and free lifetime map updates. '
Advanced Lane Guidance is amazing
'clear map interface viewing'
'No AAA tourbook.'
Lifetime traffic alerts
'Boot-up takes almost a minute, which is frustrating when you want to get moving.'
'Real-time traffic and weather information'
'The GPS itself is also small enough for you can carry it with you after reaching the destination.'
'The differences between the 325 and 340 models are subtle.'
'No auto on feature.'
Cluttered, sluggish UI
'Maps of North America and Europe.'
'It's lightweight, it has a crisp 4.3in touchscreen, and it offers plenty of features.'
'inaccurate POI data'
'even big screens can be difficult to read in direct sunlight.'
'Most of the changes are positive.'
'Compared to other automotive GPS receivers on the market, it is very inexpensive at around $160..'
'Pretty good bargain.'
'Easy to use.'
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