Bought this specifically to use in our RZR. Used it for only 3 days so far, but seems fairly easy to use which is what I was looking for as I've never used a GPS before. Could not find any listed trails on Magellan's site in the 2 areas we ride the most, but saved a bunch for use later on our trip. Very difficult to see in the bright AZ sun, with dust added made it near impossible. Have a anti-glare screen protector on order so hopefully that helps. Overall, satisfied so far.
Pros: Large screen, ability to load gpx files. Preloaded trails on Magellan site
Cons: Hard to see in bright sun. Wish someone would come out with one of these that's like a Kindle White. I'd happily sacrifice colors in order to be able to see it without taking it off its mount.
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Easy to learn, easy to use! Has great features. Will be the perfect trail companion in my sxs.
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Thank you, Crutchfield, for letting me swap this with another manufacturer's model after trying it. Your customer service is the best! First the positive: Solid, well-built unit, very nice RAM mount with all the accessories. Now the negative: They waste the screen, with all the clutter there's less info than on most 5-inch units. Good luck uploading GPX trails: They treat the entire track as going through trackless wilderness even if they are over streets. When on your uploaded track there is zero turn-by-turn audio and a highly annoying banner that wastes 15% of the top of the screen just to tell you what trail you picked. Now I would think that if you were trying to follow a trail in Arizona where there are not a lot of trees that there's a turn coming up in 100 yards but you won't get that satisfaction with this unit. The user interface is highly dumbed-down, offering no routing options or customizable audio prompting. Their manual and online documentation is abominable and in several cases outright wrong, I am a software and electronics engineer so I'm ahead of the game on this kind of stuff. Final pain: This is an Android unit. They don't tell you that the "Settings" in the Android part are different from the "Settings" in the GPX application. You get all the old Jellybean clunkiness at no extra charge, along with the horrible Android browser. To top it off, you can't go to a site where you can make GPX tracks and use the browser to download tracks, browser does not work.
Pros: Quality construction, sunlight readable display, good mount.
Cons: The software and unit operating features.
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Cross over GPS, it performs very well love the search feature for trails. This unit will exceed my expectations as more updates come, being on a tablet platform allows for easy changes and up dates.
Cons: Work in progress
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