Garmin Nuvi 260 - 3.5 in. Car GPS Receiver
Price Range:$199.99 to $999.99
Bring the ultra-cool nüvi 260 along for the ride, and arrive on time and in style. Similar to nüvi 250, nüvi 260 is... Read More
Bring the ultra-cool nüvi 260 along for the ride, and arrive on time and in style. Similar to nüvi 250, nüvi 260 is attractively-priced and simple to use. Plus, this sleek navigator comes with turn-by-turn voice directions that announce the name of streets as you navigate, so you can keep your eyes on the road. With nüvi 260 you’re just a few screen taps away from anywhere. Minimize
Product Review Summary
51 Reviews from Epinions.com
Apr 28, 2008
Garmin nuvi 260.. Gets You There!
Pros: Highly Reliable
Cons: Battery Life
The Garmin nuvi 260 is an inexpensive yet highly efficient potable nav unit that belongs on your short list. Read More at Epinions.com
May 31, 2008
Garmin Rocks, The Garmin Nuvi 260 Speaks Street Names
Pros: Garmin Nuvi 260 Gets you where you are going / Speaks Street names
Cons: Garmin Nuvi 260 wont let you prefer expressways
If you never want to get lost again invest in a Garmin nuvi 260. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 10, 2008
Garmin Nuvi 200: Turns out the basics is all you need
Pros: Large screen, good volume, good interface, loads of useful information, expandable
Cons: If you need maps of Canada and other accessories consider the next model: nuvi 350
If you need a GPS unit that does what GPS units do best (gives directions and general information about an area) this is the unit for you Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 5, 2008
The Garmin Nuvi 260: A Godsend for the Cartographically Challenged
Pros: Compact, easy to use, accurate, intuitive menus, easy-to-read maps
Cons: On-screen keyboard doesn't have a QWERTY mode, which can take some getting used to
If you're looking for a GPS, you won't be led astray with a Garmin Nuvi 260 at your side. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 8, 2008
Outstanding GPS with solid features!
Pros: Beautiful and bright 4.3" screen with Text To Speech, Traffic, and Bluetooth.
Cons: No carry case or house AC adapter are far from show stoppers.
The Nuvi 760 has all of the features one would want in a PND. Add the Portable Friction Mount and this is arguably the best GPS on the market today! Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 16, 2008
Solid entry level GPS.
Pros: Simple, good automobile GPS and improved 'warm start'.
Cons: Travel features is no longer present. No MP3, or bluetooth capabilities.
I would strongly recommend this unit. But if you can 250 for little more, I would go for 250 instead. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 9, 2008
First GPS - love it! Garmin is leader in GPS!
Pros: Works right out of the box. Inexpensive and great quality.
Cons: USB cable not included, but Ipod cable works just fine.
For a first time GPS unit, you can't beat this! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 11, 2008
Great budget GPS device
Pros: easy to use, pleasant voice, good price
Cons: does not announce street names, no extra features
Recommended to those who want a budget model GPS that does a great job without all the bells and whistles. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 17, 2008
Lots of goods, little bad
Pros: simplified, easy to use, quick
Cons: In-car charger only, limited customizing
Nothing extravagant, but still a very good buy. Worth the cost for the GPS. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 31, 2008
Pros: Garmin has a long battery life and voice options for a man or woman
Cons: The suction for the window some times looses its hold and the device will fall.
My final recommendation is go out and buy this product. This product is great for females especially if you are traveling at night and dont feel safe asking Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 12, 2008
Makes a cross-country drive easy!
Pros: Size, audible turn-by-turn directions, installation, customizable
Quick installing, smart device that will make driving so much easier and traveling a breeze. Read More at Epinions.com