Car Tech WeekIn the age of apps and smartphones a sat nav needs to tick all the boxes and then some. So how does TomTom's latest stack up?
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By adding a dash cam to the standard sat nav, Garmin has made the sat nav desirable again. It will now get you to your destination AND potentially cut your insurance costs…
TomTom delivers a great-value sat nav with features aplenty and an oh-so-modern twist – it takes some of its information from your smartphone, so you don't need to use your smartphone as a, er, satnav. Let's hit the road! Inexpensively!
Hyundai's standout Blue Link system includes Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and a start smartwatch ignition.
TomTom is one of the big guns in the world of sat navs. Now that smartphones rule the world, can TomTom's app keep it on top?
Formerly Skrobble, Scout's freemium sat nav app has been an under-the-radar favourite for a while now. Time to jump on the bandwagon?
Mio adds touchscreen control and a speed camera database to its nifty MiVue drive recorder.