Summary: I bought the 6000T in April 2007 after doing research on the internet and looking at their website, which stated that you could download maps from their website and a map update would be available in August.
Summary: I tried several products, Garmin,Tomtom and some others. I also have Garmin notebook GPS. Nothing can compare with this product in terms of finding address as well as procesing time( immediate recalculation in the wrong road). Very very happy so far for the last several months.
Summary: This is the least user-friendly high-tech product I have ever experienced. 1. Menus are not intuitive. Menus are sometimes activated by pressing the menu button. Other times they must be backed into from a totally different button. Often it is impossible to find the action you want. 2.
Summary: I am very happy with this GPS unit. It is functional, simple to use, and very effective. I wanted a way to eliminate the need for my collection of paper-maps, and had progressed to using the Internet (e.g.
Summary: I have had my Magellan 6000T for about two weeks and now wonder why I didn't invest in a GPS Navigation system long ago. I'm glad I did wait as this system not only provides great advance voice notification of an upcoming turn or freeway entrance and which lane you need to be in in order to make...
Summary: I really like this unit. It's my first and only GPS, and already it has taken away a lot of the stress of a long cross-country drive. Its functionality is very good, and it even anticipates when you might take the wrong side when approaching a fork in the road and warns you not to, advising that you...
Very good overall, but Bluetooth function is not great!
11 November 2006
Summary: I purchased this unit when it first became available. I was a little disappointed to learn the map loaded into the unit was already 1 year out of date (3rd Q of 2005). Overall, the unit performs well and is relatively easy to use.
Summary: I started with handheld units many years ago, migrated to Streets and Trips and finally decided to get a unit suitable for driving without a co-pilot. My first unit was the garmin nuvi 350 but since it didn't support routes or waypoints I switched to the 6000T. I've been disappointed.
Summary: First some background about me so you can judge how relevant my review is. I'm male, 38, & travel a decent amount for work. My company rents with Hertz, so I was familiar with the Neverlost/Magellan system already.