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Doh! your own way with a Homer Simpson sat nav

Cartoon buffoon adds voice to TomTom devices

Homer Simpson's voice is now available on TomTom sat navs

Homer Simpson’s voice is now available on TomTom sat navs

Drivers have already made it clear they’re happy to take directions from the likes of Yoda and John Cleese, so it’s no surprise Homer Simpson has finally made a foray into the world of sat navs.

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The cartoon dad – voiced by Dan Castellaneta – is the latest addition to a growing line-up of celebrity ‘skins’ that TomTom users can download and take instructions from.

As well as the obligatory cries of ‘Doh!’ and ‘Woohoo!’, drivers will hear pearls of wisdom such as: ‘Take the third right. We might find an ice cream truck! Mmm…ice cream.’

Homer Simpson TomTom

TomTom sales and marketing manager Damian Woodward said, ‘Celebrity voices are the most popular downloads that we offer our customers to enable them to personalise their driving experience.

‘With Homer Simpson’s voice helping them to navigate during their trip, TomTom users will not only travel safely and with less stress, but they will also be highly entertained along the way.’

The Homer Simpson add-on costs £7.95, and can be downloaded now from the TomTom website.

Duff sat navs

Celebrity voices can be entertaining, but it’s the quality of the mapping and routing that will determine whether you arrive on time. We’ve tested 100 sat navs, including the latest TomToms, to separate the Best Buys from the duffs. Head to the main Which? website for a full list of the best sat navs.


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