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Brand: Motorola
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MOTONAV TN30 4.3" Auto GPS Navigation Unit


  • Bluetooth hands-free calling and Caller-ID
  • Lane guidance shows you which lane to use
  • Anti-glare 4.3" touch screen

    MOTONAV TN30 helps you find the best route with GPS accuracy. The text-to-speech feature provides turn-by-turn directions, in an easy to understand voice, including spoken street names eliminate second-guessing when making a turn. Locate a favorite restaurant, nearest bank, or see what is along your route. Save time and fuel, and leave getting lost to the past.


  • Hear spoken street names and turn by turn directions
  • Search restaurants, gas stations, banks and more
  • Preloaded maps of the 50 US States, Puerto Rico, and Canada
  • Automatic day/night mode adjustment
  • 2D and 3D Map perspectives
  • Zoom and move maps with your finger
  • More than one million searchable points of interest
  • English, Spanish and French Canadian languages
  • No activation or monthly service fees

  • Review Snapshot®
    Avg. Customer Rating:
    3 stars
    (based on 1 review)
    Pretty Decent, but not the best
    By DaughterOfAKingVerified Reviewer from Maryland on 4/8/2010
    Compact, Easy To Read, Large Screen
    Acquires Satellites Slowly
    Best Uses:
    Finding Specific Address, Rural Navigation, Urban Navigation
    Describe Yourself:
    Casual User
    How are you with directions:
    Great w/Directions
    Bottom Line:
    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

    Comments about Motorola Motorola MOTONAV TN30 4.3" Auto GPS Navigator:

    Not a bad product if you are looking for something simple. Sometimes it can take up to 2 minutes for the satellite to located your starting position. I do love the great big arrow that leads the way. The speaking voice is decent but as with any computer generated voice it does pronounce some of the streets incorrectly. Not a big deal though. It always gets me where I need to go.

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