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    Question Cheap Sat Nav

    Which Sat Nav would you buy for under £200 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete
    Which Sat Nav would you buy for under £200 ?
    Navman ICN 520 i believe now £180.. when i got mine a couple of months ago it was £250 but never had a problem and love the screen and map quality
    Midnight Black Astra SXi 1.6 16v
    • 0-60 mph: 10.5s
    • Power Output: 98bhp
    • Torque: 150 Nm
    • Torque: 110 lb/ft
    • Top Speed: 117 mph
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    TomTom is the way to go my friend, I have two GPS Units, one is a PDA with TomTom installed (bluetooth) and another was originally a MIO 268 with MioMap installed, but after a bit of hacking I've now got TomTom installed on there too.

    The all in one units are the best to go for, but i'd really suggest TomTom, cheap and very easy to use and the maps are better than any other GPS I've used.

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    TomTom one v2 (around £190) or Garmin C510 (aorund £165) (a bit big but then it is cheap) for a bit more you could porbably get the Garmin nuvi 310 (Well around £225 excluding delivery) (which would be my personal choice just because of it compact size and simple to use interface and top notch mapping)

    Pete if you need some prices on any particular model drop me a pm mate

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    Thanks Basil, been looking on ebay.

    I`m not bothered about physical size, as it`ll only get used once in a while.
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    TomTom is your best option, they're small, easy to use, easily updated and allows you to use third party components on it. Etc Etc...

    £190 for the new one includes phone calls etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gRoberts
    TomTom is your best option, they're small, easy to use, easily updated and allows you to use third party components on it. Etc Etc...

    £190 for the new one includes phone calls etc.
    The Tomtom and the Garmins 510 are much of a muchness both are excellent but the 310 nuvi is a step above the Tomtom One and the garmin 510.

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