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Mio C220 GPS

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by glassdoc, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. Jan 28, 2009 at 6:59 AM

    glassdoc [OP] Well-Known Member

    Mar 22, 2008
    Spring City, PA 19475
    04 DubCab 260,000 miles
    Stubbs Sliders, 2.5" lift, Ken-Mtn Bumpers, Leather Seats, AM/FM/CD/DVD & CB, IP Trans-Upgrade, (2) Trans Coolers, Synthetics Thru-out
    This one is out of the wife's car, purchased last Nov.(07). Works well has a 3.5" touch screen, comes with windshield mount, 12 volt power cord, dash disc(?) if you do not want to stick it to your windshield, and a CD (I never used), SimCard has maps preloaded. Asking $90 plus shipping (located in PA, Philly suburbs 19475 for local pickup). Cost should be less than $100.00 total to anywhere in the Cont. U.S. Great buy for the money. Here is a partial review:
    Quick facts

    * Cold GPS Fix: 2 minutes (tested)
    * Hot GPS Fix: less than 30 seconds (tested)
    * Screen: touch screen
    * Maps: U.S maps preloaded
    * Points of Interest (POI): 3.5 Million
    * Voice: Turn by Turn voice (no text-to-speech = doesn’t read the street names)

    If you’re looking for a no-nonsense GPS unit that does navigation very well, you should take a look at the Mio C220 – it delivers an incredible value for that price level (expect to find it at street prices of $159 - $179).
    Pics are from the same model unit that I had for sale earlier. Nothing wrong with this one, to lazy to retake pics. They are identical..

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