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TomTom GO 5000 EU - 5" Sat Nav with Full European Lifetime Maps, Lifetime Traffic Updates, Always Connected and Interactive Screen

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GO 5000 EU - 5 inch
  • NEW-Interactive Maps
  • Lifetime TomTom Traffic always connected
  • Lifetime Maps
  • 3D Maps

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Style Name: GO 5000 EU - 5 inch
  • Product Dimensions: 144.6 x 90.1 x 20.4 cm ; 227 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 1FL5.002.06
  • ASIN: B00EOQZ196
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Sep 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (426 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 350 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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Product Description

TomTom GO 5000 — 5″ sat nav with Lifetime Maps of Full Europe & Lifetime Traffic — Always connected

TomTom Traffic gets you there fastest*

The traffic situation on our roads changes constantly. Traffic jams can occur in a matter of seconds and last for hours. Driving during peak time traffic can double the time you spend on the road. In London, drivers with a 30 minute daily commute are stuck in traffic for 84 hours per year. That equates to 10.5 working days!**

With the all new TomTom GO, you will drive with the most precise real-time information available. Every new TomTom GO comes with Lifetime TomTom Traffic, so you will always reach your destination faster.

Real-time traffic information at a glance — unique to TomTom

Traffic overview screen

Traffic Overview

See the full picture of all the traffic jams around you.

Traffic detail screen

Traffic Detail

See traffic incidents in detail.

Traffic jam alerts screen

Traffic Jam Alerts

Know exactly where a traffic jam starts and ends.

Fastest route screen

Fastest Route

Drive the fastest route.

How does TomTom Traffic get you there fastest?

TomTom Traffic outperforms competition on all four of its check points for traffic quality.

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Road Coverage

The total road network comprises highways, major roads, secondary and residential roads. TomTom Traffic covers up to 99.9% of those roads.

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Reliability of Data

TomTom Traffic uses crowd-sourced data from more than 400 million drivers around the world.

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Accuracy of Reports

TomTom Traffic pinpoints exactly where jams start and end.

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Update Frequency

TomTom Traffic delivers the most accurate traffic information every two minutes.

TomTom Traffic comparison

Numbers valid as of March 2014

TomTom Traffic Coverage — Europe

TomTom Traffic is available in the following European countries:
Andorra Austria Belgium Czech Republic
Denmark Finland France Germany
Gibraltar Republic of Ireland Italy Lichtenstein
Luxembourg Monaco Malta The Netherlands
Norway Poland Portugal Sweden
San Marino Spain Switzerland United Kingdom
Vatican City

Choose the best TomTom for you

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1. Which Screen Size?

Larger screens make it easier to see key driving information.

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2. Which Screen Type?

Fully Interactive Screens allow you to pinch, zoom and swipe.

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3. How to receive Traffic?

Always Connected devices are the simplest way to get TomTom Traffic.

Device Comparison
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5 inch screens GO 50 GO 500 GO 5000
4.3 inch screens GO 40
  • 3D Maps
  • Lifetime Maps
  • Lifetime TomTom Traffic via smartphone
  • Fully Interactive Screen
  • 3D Maps
  • Lifetime Maps
  • Lifetime TomTom Traffic via smartphone
  • Lifetime TomTom Traffic — Always Connected
  • Fully Interactive Screen
  • 3D Maps
  • Lifetime Maps

Product highlights — GO 5000

Lifetime traffic via smartphone icon

Drive with TomTom Traffic, straight out of the box. Always Connected devices avoid roaming charges when travelling abroad.

Lifetime traffic via smartphone icon

Pinch, zoom and swipe.

Lifetime maps icon

Always drive with the latest map. For the life of your product, you can download at least four full map updates on your device every year.

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5″ Screen

3D Maps icon

See buildings and landmarks in stunning 3D.

All TomTom GO products include:
  • Quick Search — find your destination faster with intuitive search results.
  • Route Bar — see essential traffic and travel information at a glance.
  • My Places — see your favourite locations on the map.
  • POI — see Points of Interest around you.
  • 3 months TomTom Speed Cameras — get speed camera warnings.
  • Advanced Lane Guidance — clearly see which lane to take at key junctions.
  • Tap & Go — tap on the map and you’re on your way.
  • Speak & Go — control your device with your voice.

Map Coverage — Europe (45 Countries)

Detailed Coverage
Andorra Austria Belgium Canary Islands
Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia
Finland France Germany Greece
Hungary Italy Latvia Liechtenstein
Lithuania Luxembourg Madeira Malta
Monaco Netherlands Norway Poland
Portugal Republic of Ireland Romania San Marino
Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden
Switzerland United Kingdom Vatican City
Partial Coverage
Bulgaria Cyprus Montenegro Russian Federation
Serbia Turkey Ukraine
Connecting Roads
Albania Belarus Bosnia-Herzegovina Macedonia

*Independent drive-tests conducted in Berlin by the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and in London by Blauw Research, comparing trip times of TomTom Traffic with its nearest competitors. December 2011 & August 2013.

**Source: TomTom Traffic Index Q4 2013.

*** RDS-TMC traffic — the most commonly used traffic information service.

Box Contains

TomTom GO 5000 Device
Click & GO Mount
Car Charger & USB Cable

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

128 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Joshua on 26 Feb 2014
Style Name: GO 6000 EU - 6 inch
Despite some of the poor publicity that TomTom have received on the new "Go" range of SatNav's, I am actually a massive fan of them.

I purchased the Go 6000 as a massive upgrade on my previous Mio Satnav. The main reasons for purchasing a TomTom was the lifetime maps and the addition of traffic updates during my journey (I looked at Garmin devices, but the Garmin traffic seemed to be beaten by TomTom traffic in most situations).

After purchasing this device (not from Amazon), I opened the box to discover the true size of the device! It is massive, especially compared to my previous device!
After switching on the Go 6000 for the first time, I was prompted to make an account for the lifetime traffic and lifetime maps (due to the Go 6000 having an inbuilt sim-card for data, the account was ready for use when I logged on to my pc).

I find using the device to be a quick and easy experience, searching for addresses is fast, and since the 13.040 update, searching for post codes is now a speedy task.
One possible downside is the size of the map update downloads. The V925 map update just released came in at just under 5.5GB's. Fortunately, these are only released once a quarter, so again, it isn't the biggest problem.

Generally, every day there are smaller map updates (from the Map Share Reporter), which gives every day users the chance to change any mistakes or update new roads and inform TomTom of the changes.

I paid for the speed camera subscription after the first 3 months, due to finding them useful over the first 3 months of the device. Updates for this are usually every week and come in at around 2.6MB and take seconds to install.
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412 of 434 people found the following review helpful By DARKcell TOP 100 REVIEWER on 9 Aug 2013
Style Name: GO 6000 EU - 6 inch Verified Purchase
---- UPDATE - 27/06/14 ----

It shocks me that even now, after this device has been out almost a year, there are still people spending decent sums of money on such a product, not having done any research on it whatsoever, and then coming onto Amazon and putting in a negative review complaining about the missing features. To those people - do a tiny amount of research into the things you buy, or grow up and stop complaining about them post-purchase, such reviews only show your own incompetence. Rant over. Onto the update.

This update focusses on features that are yet to come to the GO series of sat-navs, as well as a few of my new-found annoyances. Some I've stumbled across, others have been brought to my attention by communication from other customers in the comments section below.

- 'Avoid road block' still isn't a feature. There is a work around by zooming out on the map and selecting a waypoint. This hasn't been a major issue for myself, but is for a considerable amount of people, so worth a mention. As of 27/06/14, you can choose an 'alternative route', I'm yet to test this out with regards to trying to avoid closed roads etc, so can't speak to its effectiveness.
- There is a more noticeable lag than when it was new. This can sometimes cause you to press again thinking it hasn't registered your initial press, only for it take your second press and apply it to the next screen, causing you to bounce around menus annoyingly. Doesn't happen a whole lot, but enough to warrant a mention.
- An option of a mute button on the main navigation screen would be great.
- The four dots at the bottom left to get you to the main menu are just too small to use when driving.
- There is still no clock showing the current time.
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112 of 118 people found the following review helpful By nick on 25 Aug 2014
Style Name: GO 5000 EU - 5 inch Verified Purchase
I have been avoiding writing this review as I didn't want to leave negative comments about niggles that I was aware of before I purchased the item (GO 5000). However, I bought the item in good faith expecting TomTom to update the firmware and I had no idea that the niggles would have such an effect on the overall usability of the system. I've just had another email from TomTom asking me to leave a review, so here it is.

Let's start with the good stuff. Ignoring the niggles, this is a five-star bit of kit. Almost everything about it has been wonderful. The screen is the perfect size; incredibly sharp with vivid colours. The audio quality is superb. The way the device just snaps in and out of the holder is brilliant. The European maps were incredibly detailed and absolutely flawless on a month-long road trip around Germany, France, Switzerland and Italy.

The TomTom Traffic service is excellent too. Living in Central London, it is often impossible to know whether to cut through London, head out to the M25 or take the back streets. So far, TomTom has not let me down and has taken me on some weird and wonderful routes avoiding accidents that I've only heard about later on the radio. You do have to put ultimate faith in the directions though. I often wonder why TomTom is suddenly taking me off a route that I am very familiar with. It would be nice to be able to scroll through the proposed route to see where/why the diversion is being recommended, but I appreciate that it would be very hard to implement in practice.

The POI search is very good. I love the ability to search the POIs by shop name, etc. - very useful when searching for petrol or a supermarket.
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