Sunday, March 18, 2012

Navigon 2000S


NOTE: Navigon has pulled out of the U.S. market and we are no longer recommending their receivers. Check out our auto GPS buyers guide for our current recommendations.

Navigon is clearly making a big push for the holidays again this year, with their third introduction in as many weeks. The Navigon 2000S is a new 3.5″ entry level device that offers a number of high-end features:

  • Text-to-speech
  • Reality View Pro
  • Lane Assist Pro
  • DirectHelp
  • Speed limit display

The 2000S lists for $199.99, slightly less than the recently announced Navigon 2200T, which features lifetime traffic in addition to the features listed above. The other new model is the Navigon 7200T, which adds 3-D landmarks and voice commands.

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  1. Woh this navigon is very embllishing.

  2. Hello,

    I’ve purchased the Navigon 2000s and it’s a excellent device.

    Would you please let me know where I can receive a full map update of North America?

    It would be most helpful to me.

    • They’ve pulled out of the North American PND market and apparently have stopped selling FreshMaps subscriptions. I’d check online for FreshMaps subscriptions, but I’d really make sure you’re dealing with someone reputable and that it hasn’t been tied to another unit. Also, there’s no telling how long they will continue providing updates.

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