. 200 – This model falls into the $200 price range, which is definitely a budget price for a navigation system. But you will find that for the cost, it is not lacking in features. For example, the 200 comes with preloaded maps for the lower 48 states, as well as Hawaii and Puerto Rico – and they have options for viewing in 2D and 3D. In addition, they offer navigational options through their preloaded City Navigator NT map data system that offers turn-by-turn voice directions, as well as huge database of POIs (points of interest) that allow you to get directions to and from business, ATMs, fuel stops, and more without knowing the address. In addition, you can customize those POIs to incorporate school zones and safety cameras, and even be alerted when you are coming up on your POIs. Some other features that the 200 offers include a JPEG picture viewer, currency and measurement converter, world travel clock with time zones, calculator, and Garmin Lock, an anti-theft feature.