The 3310 max’s main competition is TomTom’s XL, in particularly the IQ Routes Edition Europe 42. This is now available for a similar price, and although it lacks the TMC traffic hardware, you can add this for just £10 more than the Navigon lifetime subscription. It also has a very similar feature set. Many will opt for the TomTom alternative merely due to its mainstream branding, so Navigon’s 3310 max would need to be that little bit cheaper to really lure buyers away in their numbers. But that doesn’t stop it being a feature-rich sat-nav for a keen price.
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