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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-11-2007, 02:15 AM Thread Starter
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Dodge Nitro: Aftermarket Gps

So I'm in the market for a GPS unit and I've been looking at the Garmin Nuvi 660 for a while.
Does anyone have any thoughts on this device - or any others for that matter?

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I have the Garmin StreetPilot c330, and It is great. I got it for about $250 from Best Buy and it is soooo easy to use. It doesn't really have any extra features such as mp3, but it gets me from point a to point b.
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i have a garmin nuvi 660. i like it, it is so easy to use.
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i have a garmin nuvi 660. i like it, it is so easy to use.
How much did you pay? And how are the features to use compared to others (how you used other gps' besides the 660)?

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garmin nuvi 660

i use the nuvi 660 its great and easy to use touch screen, bluetooth that works better than factory u connect. i paid 670.00 that was a few months ago. its awesome you'll like it fer sure.
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