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TomTom GO 6000 6-inch Sat Nav with European Maps and Lifetime Map and Traffic Updates - Black

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  • 6 inch touch screen - Fully Interactive Screen, Pinch, zoom and swipe
  • Lifetime TomTom Traffic - Award winning Traffic information, pins points exactly where a jam starts and finishes, Alerts you when you approach a jam too fast, provides you an overview of the traffic in your area
  • Lifetime Maps of full Europe (45 countries) - Always drive with the latest map, you can download at least four full map updates on your device every year
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Style Name: GO 6000 EU - 6 inch
  • Product Dimensions: 16.9 x 2 x 10.5 cm ; 290 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 621 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 1FL6.002.06
  • Date first available at 22 May 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (968 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,451 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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TomTom GO 6000 6-inch Sat Nav with European Maps and Lifetime Map and Traffic Updates - Black.

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Feature Quick Search Online Search Click and Go Mount Route Bar
Description Find your destination quickly with intuitive search results. Search online to get even more Points of Interest. Dock and undock your device easily with the magnetic mount. See essential traffic and travel information at a glance.
Feature Lane Guidance 3D Maps Spoken Street Names Alternative Route Planning
Description Clearly see which lane to take at key junctions. See buildings and landmarks in 3D, so you'll always know exactly where you are. Helping you to keep your eyes on the road, spoken instructions includes street names, to make turnings even clearer. See up to three different route options when planning your journey.
Feature My Places My Routes Parking Assist Free Updates
Description See your favourite locations on the map. Store and access your favourite routes on your device. Find parking en route - either near your destination or close to your current location. Get regular updates.
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Lifetime Maps Europe Europe Europe World World
Lifetime TomTom Traffic
TomTom MyDrive
TomTom Speed Cameras Three months Three months Three months Lifetime Lifetime
Fully Interactive Screen
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---- UPDATED (16/06/15) REVIEW BEGINS ----

*** I try to update this review regularly, but to see the full (and current) list of software updates, visit the TomTom website here This review relates to software version 15.202 and all previous ***

This is an in depth product review (updated after around 24 months use) for TomTom's premium navigation device, the GO 6000 (but will also largely apply to any of the GO X0, GO X00/X10 and GO X000/X100 devices - for this reason, I have also placed this review within their respective pages). My aim is to provide an honest viewpoint that will help you make a decision about purchasing, whether you're a complete newcomer to sat-navs, or use them on a daily basis. In certain aspects, I will compare this device to my previous sat-nav, a TomTom GO LIVE 1005 World. In recent reviews of TomTom's latest sat-navs I have seen a worrying trend of consumers buying a product without really realising what that specific model can, and more importantly can't do. I will attempt to enlighten you all.



Let's get this out the way.
Around May/June 2015, TomTom updated most of their lines of sat-navs, which makes updating this review more than a little complicated. The reason being, just because TomTom no longer sell certain models on their website, doesn't mean that you can't still buy them, so I will try and encompass every model of the GO that you can currently purchase - here goes...

There are essentially three ranges of sat-navs within the GO series. Each starts with a number.
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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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Having lived with the device for a year now and experienced the support from TomTom and various software upgrades, I've updated my review from 2 star to 4 star.

I'll start by agreeing with the comments below stating that TomTom can appear to be rather arrogant. The same few features are requested over and over again in the support forums but TomTom rarely acknowledge whether they have taken a particular suggestion on board. Instead, they suggest clunky workarounds and give very little information about whether the situation is likely to improve or not. Please let us know whether you are working on something, or admit that you have given up on developing a feature!

Nevertheless, system upgrades over the past year have improved the device significantly. One update earlier this year completely resolved the problem of the connection dropping constantly. For months, I enjoyed a robust, unbreakable connection and the system really came into its own. I had previously assumed that this was a server / GPRS problem but the fact that an update solved this shows that it must have been a software problem. It's a shame that TomTom didn't identify this problem sooner, as the manufacturer comment below also suggests that this was a network problem. Again, a failure by TomTom to admit that there is a problem that needs solving.

Sadly, a more recent system update brought back the disconnection issue but I understand that a further update has fixed this again. I haven't been on a long enough journey to comment on this yet.

The roadblock issue has been fixed to a certain extent. Unfortunately, this only guides you around a roadblock that is right in front of you.
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