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It has also doubled the number of Points of Interest which now include phone numbers and opening hours for these places. All useful information but I’d rather my PND knows the M6 is at a standstill than the phone number and closing time of the nearest Burger King.

TomTom Start 20

Good for journey planning but not the best in a jam

Verdict

TomTom’s navigation system, its maps, UI and voices are pretty much state of the art and the device itself with its clever and versatile integrated mounting arm is physically impressive. But at £130 the absence of traffic data seems poor value. ®

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TomTom Start 20

TomTom Start 20 satnav

A very competent entry-level satnav, yet lacks anything in the way of live traffic data.
Price: £130 (UK and ROI), £150 (Europe), £170 (Europe with 5in screen) RRP

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