The Magellan Maestro 3200 is the entry-level device in Magellan’s thinner and lighter second generation Maestro line up. It has a 3.5″ color touch screen, preloaded maps of the entire U.S. except Alaska, and 1.3 million points of interest (POIs).
Step up to the Maestro 3210 and you’ll get maps of Alaska and Canada, six million POIs, and AAA TourBook info.
To see how the 3200 stacks up against other units, check out my Magellan auto GPS comparison chart.
More Magellan Maestro 3200 reviews
- The first consumer-authored Magellan Maestro 3200 reviews have been posted at Amazon.
- Consumer-written Magellan Maestro 3200 reviews are also being posted at CNet.
- This Magellan Maestro 3200 review includes photos of the unit from all sides.
- I’ll be posting more hands on GPS reviews as they appear, but in the meantime, here are some…
Other Magellan Maestro 3200 resources
- There is a Magellan GPS message forum at Yahoo, and an alt.satellite.gps.magellan UseNet group.
- There is also a Magellan Maestro message forum at GpsPasSion.
- Our other Magellan Maestro reviews.
- The official Magellan Maestro 3200 web page.
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