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Old 12-11-2008, 12:13 PM   #1
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Default I want to choose a GPS navigation system for my Porsche.

I've searched a lot of places, read reviews and so on, but nothing can substitute personal experience, I think.

If you have a car and a GPS in it, please, tell me, which brand is better: Nextar, Garmin, Delphi or any other?



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Old 12-11-2008, 01:09 PM   #2
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Just got a Garmin Nuvi 205 about a week ago. Works surprisngly well. When having it navigate, do not always agree with it's routing, but have same problem with wife. Mine was a freebie (using up hotel points from Hilton) so do not know how prices compare. Is nice in that it will not only navigate, but locate gas stations, food, library, etc etc. In some cases, shows the speed limit of road you are on, and it shows you speed and estimated arrival time at destination. Even changes color of screen for night day.



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go with a garmin
if not magellan

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When having it navigate, do not always agree with it's routing, but have same problem with wife.
That literally made me laugh out loud. Kudos sir, well played...

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Get the KnightRider one.

It's totally awesome when you hear Kit Talk to you.

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I've searched a lot of places, read reviews and so on, but nothing can substitute personal experience, I think.

If you have a car and a GPS in it, please, tell me, which brand is better: Nextar, Garmin, Delphi or any other?
er....um....

you go to a firearms forum, and your first post is asking about a GPS for your Porsche?

Come on man....at least post in the 'welcome' thread.....
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