With so many TomTom models out there it can be tricky to settle on the best model that suits your needs. As a general rule, if you’re an occasional driver who just wants to get from A to B then it’s likely that a TomTom Start model will suffice. If you want a TomTom model which offers advanced features such as live traffic updates or a multi-touch screen, then you’ll be better served going for a TomTom Go model.

Our TomTom comparison chart below compares some of the main features found on the latest 2017 models. Click on the model name to go direct to our price comparison table to find the best TomTom price.

 

Update September 2017 – The new TomTom Professional series has been released, which may be of interest to you if you drive a large vehicle such as a van or truck. Details on the new models can be found on our TomTom Professional Series page.

 

Latest TomTom Sat Navs 

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Summary of the current GO models:

TomTom Go TomTom Go TomTom Go
TomTom GO 50/60 TomTom GO 520/620 TomTom GO 5200/6200
Lifetime Maps Europe (45 countries) World World
Lifetime TomTom Traffic
TomTom MyDrive
Lifetime TomTom Speed Cameras
Fully interactive screen
Sim & Data included
Integrated WiFi  ✓
TomTom Rider Comparison
The dedicated motorcycle GPS from TomTom is called the TomTom Rider. The different Rider models have their own comparison table on our TomTom Rider Comparison table.

 

Other TomTom Sat Nav Models

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Update February 2018 – TomTom have announced that they will no longer be updating maps on some very old TomTom models. The good news is that this might get you a discount on a new model – see the TomTom Obsolete Products page.

 

TomTom Sports Watch Comparison

Runner 3, Spark 3, Adventurer or Touch?

It’s been an exciting year for TomTom sports watch releases, we’re now on to the third generation of the Runner & the Spark, and there’s a couple of new models named the TomTom Adventurer and the TomTom Touch.

So which watch is right for you? Generally, the Runner 3 is for runners, the Spark 3 is for multisports & training, the Adventurer is for outdoor exploration and outdoor sports, and the Touch is a wristband that can be worn every day to track movement, cardio, calories burned etc.

A very rough idea of what features are included on each is in the table below.

 

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As you’re probably aware, there’s various editions of each watch out there, the most obvious bundle differences being:

HRM/Cardio

This means the watch can monitor your heartbeat. As well as being a useful reading in its own right, this also enables accurate calculations such as calories burned etc. In these latest versions of the watches, the HRM (Heart rate Monitor) is integrated into the watch (in previous models it’s been a separate strap you have to wear).

Music

This means the watch can store music that you can listen to on the go. Some Music packs also include bluetooth (wireless) headphones.

TomTom Runner 3 vs TomTom Spark 3?

The Runner 3 & Spark 3 share the same specs, hardware and software – the only difference is in the bands available.

What about earlier editions?

You’ll find some earlier editions of these models around some retailers as they make way for stock of the latest models. The first edition TomTom Runner can now be picked up on eBay for around £70. In the same way as the Runner 3 & Spark 3, the original  TomTom Spark and TomTom Runner 2 are actually the same watch (marketed differently).