Spend the extra money for the RINO 120; it's all you'll ever need in a navigation/communication device.
Magellan's Meridian Platinum is a great choice if you're looking for a standalone GPS device that doesn't skimp on features.
Don't let its diminutive size fool you--the Garmin StreetPilot i series is a powerful, feature-rich GPS system with an extremely user-friendly interface.
The TomTom One 140 S benefits greatly from feature trickle-down, bringing high-end features to an entry-level model without much price bloat.
Those looking for a dedicated GPS device in the car and on foot will find the Garmin Quest 2 delivers in portability and performance.
The TomTom XL 350 and XXL 550 series of GPS devices represent a marked improvement over the previous generation, keeping its great form factor while streamlining its software.
The Magellan RoadMate 2000 offers basic in-car navigation for an affordable price.
The JVC KW-NT3HDT stands apart from the competition, both with its impressive feature set that includes HD Radio and traffic data and its rare detachable faceplate. Despite a few hardware and software quirks, we think there's a lot to like about this unit.
Though it's expensive, GPS Navigator by PalmOne provides accurate driving directions for Zire 72 and Tungsten T3 handheld owners.
Pioneer's AVIC-X920BT not only addresses the core needs of most people, but also it's software is expandable to bring Internet radio into the car, harnesses your media library, and can help you get where you're going as economically as possible.
The next-generation TomTom GO 510 brings Bluetooth integration, as well as an improved screen and design.
Garmin Nuvi 360