Recently shopped for a replacement GPS for my broken TomTom. The replacement was going to cost $320-$330 with map of Australia, plus $85 for a map of Europe. I didn't want to spend that much so I bought a Xgody 704 with maps of Australia & Europe included for $79 AUD total price.
I have been using it in parallel with the in dash TomTom system in a Mazda CX5, to see how well it it performed, and to check it's accuracy. So far I have been quite impressed, especially, given the price.
It gives better freeway lane selection information than the...Mazda system, which gives very little. They also claim to give free yearly map updates, but I haven't had the unit that long so I can't comment on that. I use portable GPS units, when on holiday in Europe, to avoid the exorbitant cost of hiring one, if the rental car does not have an in dash system. The Xgody is available at a number of places but I bought mine from an AliExpress re seller.
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