Taking over from the company’s 2110 max is the Navigon 2150 max GPS unit.
New features include an integrated Bluetooth handsfree kit and text-to-speech functionality, which means drivers hear the exact name of the road they should turn into rather than just ‘left’ or ‘right’. There’s also a 4.3-inch display, maps for 39 European countries and the option to buy a lifetime subscription to traffic management for a one-off fee.
Available now, it retails for £229.99.
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