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    Need a little help here with choosing a new Sat Nav. Maybe not Tom Tom, maybe some other brand etc, I just don't know, We still have an old TomTom One V1 which some time ago I passed on to my daughter as our then new car was a Nissan Qashquai which had a sat nav built in, (Nissan Connect?) Anyway, that did all we really needed. However, we've now changed cars to a Ford Kuga and there's no onboard sat nav, having been out of the loop for quite a while i could use some advice.

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    All I need is UK maps, definitely wont be taking it out of the country, I really want speed camera database, preferably that alerts you whether your navigating or not (was a nice touch in the qashqai) I dont really care if I have to add the speed camera database stuff myself, but thats about all I need, so am looking for a recommendation. Thanks
    TopHouse Reviewed by TopHouse on . Choice Help Needed Need a little help here with choosing a new Sat Nav. Maybe not Tom Tom, maybe some other brand etc, I just don't know, We still have an old TomTom One V1 which some time ago I passed on to my daughter as our then new car was a Nissan Qashquai which had a sat nav built in, (Nissan Connect?) Anyway, that did all we really needed. However, we've now changed cars to a Ford Kuga and there's no onboard sat nav, having been out of the loop for quite a while i could use some advice. All I need is Rating: 5

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    My 2 penny's :

    Look out for second hand GO model .
    Basicly any GO will do , as long its not a NAV3 version or later !!! ( with the black 3-piece bar at the bottom )
    Almost all GO's have sufficiant disk-space and / or a card-slot ( card-slot is highly recommended ( by me ) )
    ONE's usually have less disk-space , no card-slot .

    With a decent GO , complete with mount and cables , at fair price , you are settled for many years .
    You will need to upgrade it to new navcore and map , but that should be no problem .

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    GO 550 Live with UK & RoI maps (easy upgradeable from this forum to any available map) with an option for Live services (incl. HD traffic, spedcameras, fuel prices, google search - at extra GBP 47/yr - now 18 months for the price of 12) - I'm using now and very pleased. As long as You want TT :-)

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