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Mio Moov 200

alaTest has collected and analyzed 432 reviews of Mio Moov 200. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other GPS for all reviews. Comments about the durability and reliability are generally positive. The price and performance also get good feedback, but opinions are divided on the screen. Many are negative about the size.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other GPS the Mio Moov 200 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 52 user reviews of Mio Moov 200 from The average user rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other GPS on Reviewers are impressed by the maps and route planning. The performance and price also get good feedback, whereas there are some critical comments about the design and size.

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71% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Mio Moov 200 3.5-Inch Portable GPS Navigator with Text-To-Speech

Nov, 2015

Expert review by: Craig Ellison (

Mio Moov 200


The Mio Moov 200 will get you where you're going for less than $200.

Inexpensive. 20-channel SiRFstarIII receiver. Multisegment routing. Text-to-speech conversion. Strong language support.

Lacks vehicle profiles. Slow and limited POI search capabilities.

The Mio Moov 200 is a good GPS value and provides a solid feature set for an entry-level navigation device. Better POI performance would make it an undisputed budget winner.

Apr, 2008

Expert review by: (

Mio Moov 200


Design Despite the Navman acquisition, the hardware of the Mio Moov 310 is decidedly Mio. It's got a sleek black casing and a slim rectangular shape that's similar to the Mio C520's, measuring 5.1 inches wide by 3 inches high by 0.7 inch deep and 6.4...

The Mio Moov 310 portable navigation system offers text-to-speech directions and includes a complimentary one-year subscription to real-time traffic updates.

The Moov 310 has sluggish performance, including slow route calculations. The user documentation is also poor.

The Mio Moov 310 in-car GPS doesn't move very fast with all its performance issues, which is a shame since it otherwise offers a nice set of navigation features for a wallet-friendly price.

Mar, 2008

Expert review by: CHAD SAPIEHA (

Moov 200 / 200c GPS


Sure, it's nice that GPS systems can play videos, forecast the weather in Scotland (hint: rain) and almost serve you coffee, but such luxuries come at a price. The Mio Moov 200 does no such thing. Instead, it just does its job. Nice.

One of the least expensive GPS devices on the market, Mio's Moov 200 (or 200c in Canada) is all business. The sole function of the Moov 200 is to show users where they are and provide instructions on how they can get where they need to go. Evaluated on...

Jan, 2009

Expert review by: Rich Owings (

Mio Moov 200 review


Stepping up to the Mio Moov 210 gets you a one-year live traffic subscription, delivered via the Traffic Message Channel (TMC). The 300 and 310 models offer the same features as the 200 and 210, albeit with a wider, 4.3” touch screen.

May, 2008

Expert review by: Shayne Rana (

Mio Moov 200 SatGuide GPS Navigation System


The Moov 200 had potential to be a good media/GPS device but doesn't deliver too well on both fronts.

Mar, 2010

Consumer review by: dprovan (



If they had decent customer service and their units didn't break so soon, it would be an OK buy

Nice unit

The mio is a nice little product BUT!!!!! their customer service stinks. If your unit breaks 12 months and a day from your first use you are out of luck Mio won't help you. I had 2 units, both had problems within the first year and Mio's answer read...

Dec, 2008

Consumer review by: Andrew (

Pretty Good


No need to use the software it comes with, if you have an AC USB adapter (like from an ipod) just charge it up with that and it'll work.

It Works. Not that expensive, nice car mount.

The screen is a bit small, but not unworkable (if you use the end of a pen or something it helps). The documentation it comes with is virtually non-existent, the real help comes in a PDF you can get off of the disc or online.

Dec, 2008

Consumer review by: buzzb (

MIO - What are you doing?


THis is a MIO but really a navman s series.. I own a MIO C230 and a C320 both with IGO software. The IGO blows these units away. Fluid buttons, fluid LCD mapping, Fluid everything. Routing has all the features ECO, bike, walking, ON road, or off roads....

Clear Screen, a tad Small tho. Bright, Grabs sat in under 10 seconds after the first startup, of course.. SD card for Unlocking your windows side. Can be done on all MOOVs which are Navman S series. Search Navman s reviews since this is a copy after...

Slow to respond to button pushes. Viewing maps is a nightmare, It never stays to the point your viewing. It will always go back to your GPS Fix.. If your 300 miles from your FIX, Its a pain dragging back 300 miles!! The slow buttons, searches, routing...

May, 2008

Consumer review by: Telemike (

Pretty good value GPS


Really a great value. Was going to get the C230 until the MOOV series came online for sale and I wanted to have the latest maps and software. I was also considering the Navigon 2100 as well.

Map is nice and easy to read. Text to Speech is great to have and couldn't live without it. Speaks most roads correctly. Maps are fairly up to date, missing some new construction in my area but is more up to date than a Garmin NUVI 350 I borrowed last...

The route preference setting has 5 increments between FASTEST amd SHORTEST and 5 more increments for FREEWAY preferences. Have to play around with those to find the best combination that works for you. The small screen makes data entry tricky.

May, 2008

Consumer review by: bascoboy (

The Mio Moov 200 is not the best choice. ”


The Mio Moov 200 is a portable navigation unit.  It is a very compact size that can be used in the car or slipped into your pocket for portability.  It has a nice text-to-speech feature where it speaks street names in its directions.  For updates, the...

Nov, 2010

Product Specifications

Mio Moov product line features new SiRFInstantFixII GPS receivers, which deliver faster GPS signal locks so users can begin navigating as soon as they are ready to drive. SiRFInstantFixII can find and lock a GPS signal in as few as five seconds during typical device start-ups, almost half a minute faster than other GPS devices. For users in cities where tall buildings can impede GPS signals - creating "urban canyons" - a fast signal requisition can be the difference between missing a turn and arriving on-time.


Run Time (Up To):2.5hour(s)

Built-in Display

Diagonal Size:3.5"
Diagonal Size (metric):8.9 cm
Resolution:320 x 240

Dimensions & Weight


GPS Software

Maps Included:Puerto Rico / USA

GPS System

Connectivity:Hi-Speed USB
Receiver:20 channel
Recommended Use:Automotive
Type:GPS receiver


Manufacturer:Mio Technology
Model:Moov 200
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Mio