TomTom Car Sat Nav GO Superior (7 Inch, with Traffic Congestion and Speed Cam Alerts thanks to TomTom Traffic, World Maps, Quick-Updates via WiFi, Parking Availability, Fuel…

£294.50

  • Latest TomTom world maps, simply updated via Wi-Fi: Stay relaxed on the go, as the more compact maps can be updated faster via Wi-Fi – no computer required.
  • TomTom Traffic and 1 year speed camera alerts world (see PDF): Thanks to the latest traffic information, you have full control of your journey, avoid traffic jams and reduce fuel consumption.
  • Large 7-inch HD display and precise speaker: Clear route guidance across the display and speaker with seamless view, great image clarity and clear voice output. Now with USB-C.
  • Responsive: On your TomTom GO Superior, you can easily swipe through settings and seamlessly zoom in and out of view. 2GB RAM for responsiveness..Avoid environmental zone: When selected, your TomTom navigation device excludes environmental zones from your route – in the 2D view of the map, the environmental zones are always visible.
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  1. 08

    by Yankee Romeo

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     This new on the Market TomTom Go Superior is packed full of features to help make Car journeys that little bit easier.

    Large in size with its 7′ High Definition Touch Screen.
    This Sat Nav is really easy to use and the included instructions are clear and easy to follow.

    Inside the box you get

    – 7″ high Definition touch screen
    – USB / cigarette lighter adapter
    – power cable
    And a adjustable Sat Nav holder for the windscreen.

    Set up was easy. Very similar to that of a new tablet etc where you select the language then it guides you through step by step before you can use the product.

    The SatNav itself is powered by the cars battery via the supplied Cigarette adapter. Their is a power button located at the back which turns the screen on and off and once turned on you are then able to access a variety of custom features such as alerts, preferred route types, voice styles and location indicators for things like car parks and petrol stations.

    The touchscreen itself is very responsive and the image quality is crisp and clear.

    The SatNav seems to be accurate with both road layouts and speed limits.
    And with its large screen size everything is easy to see from the driving seat.

    Definitely recommend 👌

  2. 08

    by Miss’s T

    Now I have had TomToms for pretty much all of the years that they have existed – so I have seen them evolve. With Western Europe maps loaded they got me through many countries on my own “grand European Tour” back in 2010. What I am trying to say is that I have a deep affection for TomTom…

    So, how does this new one look. Giving it the name Superior is presumably to show one and all that this is the crème de la crème of the satnav world and the price tag certainly lives up to this billing but how does it compare to older models and what you can essentially get via your smartphone with google maps for free? This definitely IS a step up from both my TomTom Go that I have been recently using and Google Maps but at this price tag I definitely would have thought twice – or thrice – before parting with this much cash.

    It is easy to set up and hooked up to your phone and downloading all the latest software and maps etc was a doddle (as you would expect in 2023) but a bit time consuming. The maps are really nice and clear and it has some bonus up-to-the-minute features like the parking availability, current traffic and road conditions and the latest nearby fuel prices – features all of which I like and use. However, many are available via your phone already (it’s not really as though you can check these on your TomTom as you are driving along – well not safely at any rate!) and so I would really wonder how I could justify the money. And to be frank, I can’t. So the features are great and it’s on a lovely clear 7 inch screen but I could tether my 10″ tablet to my phone to get pretty much all of these on there and so I’ve had to score this accordingly. Hence I am afraid, and it pains me to say so, for me it gets 4 rather than 5 stars.

  3. 08

    by T.

    Well this one amazing sat nav. High end top quality and so easy to use. The size is great and the tech on it is stop on. 10/10 for this amazing item.

  4. 08

    by Scooby

    I’ve had several TomTom devices over the years, a supporter since I have never owned a car with built in system.
    The screen and handling of this is sharp and easy to use.
    I have found that even though it goes to sleep when you leave the car it may do a long restart the next day rather than be instant on. I’ve only had it for a few weeks but wasn’t expecting this.
    My main gripe is for the last few days it has said “unable to connect to traffic services, please try later”. This makes it sound like a system issue but doubt it would be down for days. It’s connected to my phone and MyDrive is syncing, just no traffic connection. This is rather annoying to say the least.

  5. 08

    by Taekoo

    This satnav has a bigger screen than I expected. It is perfect for a truck or large vehicle driver, however the unit is probably too big really to use in a car (I have used in in a BMW 320 as well as my truck just to test it, and it does block a lot of the windscreen due to it’s size, so I have to mount it on the passenger side rather than the centre where I would usually put a satnav when using it in my car. At the end of the day though this is a satnav designed for trucks/buses/large vehicles, and for that purpose it is ideal due to its size and clarity. Speed camera warnings appear to be accurate so far, and it detects average speed camera zones as well, displaying your average speed whilst you are in this zone.

  6. 08

    by Taekoo

    This latest Tom Tom Sat Nav is very easy to set up – you just need to create an account and select your preferred settings. The Sat Nav is easy to read due to the size of the screen. It can be charged using the cigarette charging port.

  7. 08

    by Miss’s T

    So this is a tom-tom that functions pretty much as any other Sat Nav would.
    So let’s start with the positives: the screen is nice and big, lovely and clear, crisp and clean. Unfortunately, that’s about it. I find it a little sluggish to respond. If you want to keep it up-to-date you have to register, pay for updates and download them, all of which is a bit of a faff. If you wanted this for occasional use, it’s still worthy of consideration, but why would you buy a £300 sat nav and then only use it once in a blue moon?
    There was a time when Tom told me the market leaders when it came to satnav is the last I feel their reign is over. Everything this deals can be done on my mobile phone Everything this deals can be done on my mobile phone – for free! Of course that relies on the constant signal and data allowances, but unless you are spending 8 hours a day on the road, I would probably pass on this item. 3 stars.

  8. 08

    by Lee mundy

    Great size . Some times it will not connect to Bluetooth.

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