The Navigon app for Android brings the quality maps and routes that we expect from a Garmin-branded navigation product, but the interface spoils the experience.
The Navigon 2200T takes some time to warm up but the GPS offers a lot of bang for your buck, including free traffic updates for life.
The Navigon 8100T offers an impressive feature list, including panoramic 3D map views, but the GPS doesn't deliver where it counts most: performance.
Though the Navigon 7200T doesn't have cleanest user interface, the portable GPS offers plenty of advanced navigation features and accurate directions.
Though the affordable price tag and text-to-speech functionality are nice, the Navigon 2100's sluggish performance and roundabout route recalculations are a turnoff; you can get a better entry-level portable navigation device in the Mio C230.
Though the Navigon 7100 offers some handy navigation tools and integrated Bluetooth, the confusing interface and sluggish performance prevents us from giving it higher marks.
The Navigon 5100 offers drivers a number of useful navigation tools beyond basic driving directions; we just wish it had a larger screen and a slightly lower price tag.
The Navigon 2000S portable navigation device offers a great value, but the slow satellite acquisition time makes for a frustrating experience.
The new Navigon 2100 Max features some nice additions, including a larger screen and advanced lane guidance, but the portable navigation device is still tripped up by sluggish performance.
Garmin's navigation head-up display loses its reliance on the Navigon app, shedding about $20 from the cost of entry in the process.