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Garmin Nuvi 52LM: Review

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The Garmin Nuvi 52LM is a satellite navigation entry level dedicated to all those who wish to have advanced features but without spending too much. The design is compact and modern, with rounded edges and a 5-inch touch screen display with a resolution of 480 x 272 pixels. It has then City Navigator maps of 24 Western European countries, among other locations and free updates for life, lane guidance with a view of interchanges, turn-by-turn voice directions, on-board computer and an indication of the speed limit. As for autonomy, the integrated lithium battery provides up to 2 hours of use.

Garmin Nuvi 52LM: Design

The Garmin nuvi 52LM is a satellite navigation system with a modern design and compact, rounded form and present. It features a large capacitive touch screen multitouch 5-inch with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. As for size, the navigator measures 86 mm high and 139 mm wide and 20 mm thick, while the weight is 180.1 grams.

Garmin Nuvi 52LM: Features and Functionality

The Garmin nuvi 52LM is one of the new satellite navigation systems presented this year by the manufacturer. Along with other models, such as the Garmin nuvi 52, is part of the entry level series, which offers the same advanced features of the family premium but still represents a good compromise between quality and price. Starting from the specifications, this navigator has a backlit capacitive touch screen display of generous size, with 5 inches, with a resolution discreet and equipped with multitouch and accelerometer technology, allowing you to use the navigator both horizontally and vertically.

Garmin Nuvi 52LM GPS
Garmin Nuvi 52LM GPS

As for the features, the most important strength of the Garmin nuvi 52LM are maps. You do not talk much about those pre-loaded, which specifically are those City Navigator NT for 24 Western European countries, but rather the possibility to update them for free forever, up to 4 times a year, by Subscription NuMaps Lifetime included in the sales package. Speaking now, the navigation functions themselves, the Nuvi 52LM has everything you need to get to your destination guided by precise and reliable. There are turn by turn spoken directions with the pronunciation of street names, Lane guidance with a view of the junctions, and especially the display of speed limits, the current speed and the timing of arrival at destination.

The Garmin nuvi 52LM also allows you to set a route with the elements to be avoided, such as highways, to enter personal points of interest, which are in addition to those already preloaded, and has very useful features of the Where am I?, that allows you to receive information on hospitals, police stations and fuel service stations closest to the place where you are located. Finally, the navigator is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides up to 2 hours of use. Are included in the sales package then the maps, the subscription with lifetime updates, the power cord for cigarette lighter, the suction cup mount, USB cable and quick start manual. The navigator has internal memory and microSD card slot.

Conclusion

The Garmin nuvi 52LM is a browser entry level with a decent variety of important and useful features, such as lane assist, voice guidance, speed limits and other, even if you do not have all the advanced features of the premium series. The most interesting element to note is the ability to update maps for free for life, a thing of no small importance, and that provides the user with great savings.

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