Mio Spirit 5400LM

Mio Spirit 5400LM
Overall Auto Express Rating

3.0 out of 5

Price: £109.99  Coverage/updates: EU/free
Contact: www.mio.com

The cheapest sat-nav in the test. Like the Spirit 7670LM, we found the screen less intuitive and slower to respond when compared to its rivals from TomTom and Garmin. The route guidance from the Spirit 5400LM was accurate, but the system switched itself off during our test – forcing us to pull over and reset the guidance. Speed camera detection was good, and the Mio will beep whenever it senses you’re going too fast for the limit. Estimated time of arrival was also accurate, but overall we felt the Mio was lacking in navigation quality against its rivals from TomTom and Garmin, plus it feels flimsier to use.

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Live:

  1. 1. TomTom GO6100
  2. 2. Garmin nuvi 2699LMT-D
  3. 3. Mio Spirit 7670LM

Non-live:

  1. 1. Garmin nuvi 58LM
  2. 2. TomTom Start 50
  3. 3. Mio Spirit 5400LM

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