Navigon 7310 Sat-Nav video review



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The Navigon 7310 is packed with features. The headline 3D enhancements still feel like a work in progress, but that doesn't stop this being a very functional sat-nav overall. At around £300, it's also priced reasonably considering the full Western European mapping and specification, although the necessity of forking out for a subscription to activate RDS-TMC in the UK reduces this. But if you do want a comprehensively capable personal navigation device, TomTom's GO 740 LIVE, the European map version of the GO 540 LIVE, remains our top recommendation, assuming you travel frequently enough to make the monthly subscription worthwhile.

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September 14, 2009, 9:18 pm

Graphics look nice though.


September 14, 2009, 10:17 pm

@Frank, y'know I was just thinking that. TomTom and Garmin could learn a few things from Navigon's graphics department...

Paul Dickinson

September 14, 2009, 10:20 pm

I really like my Navigon 7310. 2 negative points however:

1) Poor choice of voices (if you live outside Germany)

2) No USA mapping

For a top-end piece of kit costing quite a lot of money, these are both serious ommissions.

Hamish Campbell

September 15, 2009, 5:31 pm

The way the graphics are going, soon you won't need to look out the windscreen, just drive by the sat-nav 3d graphics! :)

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