Garmin Street Pilot C550

Navigation  the street pilot C550 headed on the 1000-kilometre test track only a slight error. In route calculation can be I won’t ask the Garmin Navi: after 11 seconds on the screen were long distance. The direction prompts are clearly spoken and clearly one of the best statements when compared to other Navis formulated. The device via TMC reports congestion on request the navigation system calculates also alternative routes. operation and functions  the street pilot C550 worked really fast as you type the
destination address: the input menu is clearly structured, the auto road and place proposals were displayed immediately after typing the first few letters. Lean: The battery lasts only about 2.5 hours on the go the device, then it needs to be recharged. It goes but a charger in the car about the car charger, does not belong to the scope of delivery. representation though somewhat crudely drawn are the cards, the representation is but a total open. Even at major intersections to keep track with the device. The map displays but not always all important trip information. The screen brightness of night mode is pleasantly darkened.   maps  the street pilot is a map of Europe with 34 countries. That’s quite many compared to other cards. You can update the map every 12 months for 209 euros. According to Garmin, many more cards can be purchase: USA & Canada ($199), Australia (539 euros), Middle East (279 euro), South Africa (189 euro), New Zealand (450 euros), Malaysia/Singapore (355 euros) and Brazil (355 euros).

Test conclusion: you need to know that

The street pilot C550 worked properly afloat: the input menu for the destination address is clearly structured, the auto road and place proposals were displayed immediately after typing the first few letters. Also in the route calculations let it not long to ask. After 11 seconds on the screen were long distance. On the 1000-kilometre test track, the Garmin navigation system provided only a slight error. The device via TMC reports on traffic jams. Class: The voice prompts of the street pilot were very precise. Even at major intersections to keep track with the device.