Best Navman GPS units

We round up the best Navman sat navs, from the entry level EZY30 right up to the top of the range MY75T

Navman is one of the most popular GPS brands in Australia and and it is best known for providing good value for money. Competing against European giant TomTom and US company Garmin on the navigation front, Navman has a range of GPS units at all price points.

We round up the best Navman sat navs, from the entry level EZY30 right up to the top of the range MY75T. Keep in mind that some of the units below may be discontinued, but you may find them at retail stores at discounted prices.

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Navman MY75T

The Navman MY75T benefits from its large 5in screen and a solid features list, but it lacks the simplicity and ease of use of competing units.

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  • Manufacturer:
  • 30th Aug., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Navman
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  • Pros:
  • Large 5in display, excellent features list, keyword search, time relevant school zones, 4WD tracks
  • Cons:
  • Interface isn't as slick or polished as competitor offerings, the touch screen often requires multiple presses to register selection

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